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Remote mail accounts

Remote mail accounts

Remote email accounts receive all journal emails from a mail server.
This usually includes several individual user email accounts.
The remote email accounts must be created in the Mail Server as journal accounts, so that all associated mails (outgoing and incoming mails of the mail server) can be received here.

Archiving only takes place if the following settings have been made under System Settings / email Accounts users with a corresponding email address can be created.

Add Account / Remove

Add new accounts with the Add Account,
Remove with the Remove button

account details:

caption: value: Description:
Name: Journal Account Freely selectable name
Servername: imap.mailsever.anyideas.de Mail server that hosts the journal address.
Protocol: IMAP used protocol
Username: tttpointcloud User name for the Journal-emai account
Password: ••••• Password for the journal email account
Leave emails on the server Should only be activated temporarily for testing purposes , otherwise the mailbox will sooner or later reach its capacity limit.
SSL: Requires an SSL connection on activation
Max. email size disabled A size can be defined up to which the email is archived
email Header Evaluation: Enable MS Journal-Envelope autodetection
default
The recognition of the header entries "MS journal envelope" enables the UMA BCC recipient to recognize in the Exchange-own header and assign it to a user account. BCC recipients are not in the original mail header
Disable MS Journal-Envelope autodetection Uses the original header of the email to assign it to a user account
X-Envelope-To Uses only the X-Envelope-To entry from the original header of the email to assign it to a user account
X-Original-To Uses only the X-Original-To entry from the original header of the email to assign it to a user account
Delivered-To Uses only the Delivered-To entry from the original header of the email to assign it to a user account
Custom Recipient Header A custom defined header part to be evaluated.
Example: envelope-from