On an SMTP connector's Delivery Options tab, you can
specify when messages are sent through the SMTP connector and
define a separate delivery schedule for large messages. In
addition, the SMTP Service can hold mail for clients that connect
periodically to download messages. In this case, the client issues
a TURN or ATRN command. The remote SMTP Service then sends messages
to the domain that issued the TURN or ATRN command. You can create
a remote domain for an address that periodically reviews messages
and enable TURN or ATRN for the domain.
Right-click an SMTP connector, click Properties, and
then click the Delivery Options tab.
To specify times when messages are sent through the SMTP
connector, under Connection Time, select one of the standard
values in the drop-down list. The default is Always
- OR -
Click Customize and select the appropriate connection
times on the timetable grid. To change the level of detail on the
grid, in Detail view, select 1 hour or 15
To specify delivery times based on message size, select Use
different delivery times for oversize messages. In Oversize
messages are greater than (KB), type the size, in kilobytes, of
messages you want to designate as oversized. Under Connection
time, specify times when oversize messages are sent, as
described in the previous step.
To enable or disable holding mail for clients that connect
periodically to download messages, select Queue messages for
remote triggered delivery. Click Add or Remove as
necessary, to select Windows 2000 accounts that can trigger
delivery in this domain.