Enable this account
Clear this checkbox if you wish to disable all access to the account. The user will not be able to access the account by any means, nor will MDaemon accept mail for it. It will not be deleted, and it will still count toward the number of accounts used in your license's account limit, but MDaemon will operate as if the account doesn't exist.
First and last name
Enter the user's first and last name here. When creating a new account, most of the fields on the various screens of the Account Editor will be automatically filled in while typing the first and last name of the user. This auto-generated information is based on the templates and settings found in New Account Defaults. The first and last name field cannot contain " ! " or " | ".
Use this field to specify the email address for the account. When creating a new account, the mailbox portion of the address will be filled in for you automatically while you type the First and last name above, based on the Mailbox template designated under: New Account Default » Mailbox. You can manually enter a different mailbox name if you do not wish to use the one that is generated for you. Next, click the drop-down list box after the @ symbol to pick the domain to which the account will belong. MDaemons Default Domain will appear in the drop-down list by default. The complete email address is used as the unique identifier for the account and as its login for POP3, IMAP, WorldClient, and so on. Email addresses cannot contain spaces or ! or | characters.
This is the password that the account will use when connecting to MDaemon to send or receive email via POP3 or IMAP, when authenticating during the SMTP process, or when using WorldClient, WebAdmin, or Outlook Connector. Below this area is a short statement identifying whether or not Dynamic Authentication is being used for the account.
You should always provide an Email password even if you do not wish to allow POP3/IMAP access to the mail account. In addition to mail session verification, Email address and Email password values are used to allow remote account manipulation and remote file retrieval. If you wish to prevent POP/IMAP access, use the This account uses: POP3/MultiPOP/IMAP/Outlook Connector options. If you wish to prevent all access, then uncheck the Enable this account option.
This account uses:
Clear this check box if you do not want the user to be able access his or her account via POP3. The account may still be accessed via IMAP, WorldClient, or WebAdmin if those options are enabled for the account.
Check this box if you wish to allow the account to use MultiPOP.
Clear this check box if you do not want the user to be able access his or her account via IMAP. The account may still be accessed via POP3, WorldClient, or WebAdmin if those options are enabled for the account.
OC (i.e. Outlook Connector)
Click this option if you wish to allow the account to share Microsoft Outlook folders using Outlook Connector for MDaemon. Note: this option will only be available when Outlook Connector is installed.
Use this option if you wish to designate a different password for the account to use when interacting with the SyncML server. If no SyncML password is assigned then the accounts Email password is used for SyncML connections. For accounts using Dynamic Authentication, however, a SyncML password is necessarythey cannot log in to the SyncML server via Dynamic Authentication.
Smart host user/password
If the Allow per-account authentication option is enabled on the Delivery screen at Setup » Default Domain/Servers, and you wish to use per-account authentication with this account instead of using the credentials specified on that screen, then specify the account's optional smart host credentials here. If you do not wish to use per-account authentication for this account then leave this option blank.
Notes/Comments on this Account
Use this text area for detailing any notes or comments regarding the account.