Hexamail Guard Administration Guide - External Email Account - Output

Output

Output settings for the account

Output

   Forward

Forward
Use this setting to forward email on to your mailboxes on your configured server or smarthost
Example interface
On/Off
On

   Output to files

Output email to files
Use this setting to output email to files in a folder on your local disk.
Example interface
On/Off
Off
Format
The exported email can be output in a number of different formats:

MIME - .eml files containing the full MIME content of the email including all headers
txt - .txt files containing most important headers and a textual rendering of the email content
Example interface
MIME
Text
Email Folder
Use this setting to choose an output folder on your local disk. Ensure you have sufficient disk space and that some other mechanism is available for removing the files. Hexamail Guard will continue to output files to the specified directory while the file output setting is engaged. The replacement fields you can use are:
<subject> - The email subject
<sndr> - The email sender address (SMTP Sender)
<sndrdomain> - The email sender domain (SMTP Sender)
<direction> - The email direction map (inbound,outbound,relay,internal or some combination)
<from> - The email from address (MIME From)
<rcpt> - The email recipient (first recipient)
<date> - The email date (MIME Date)
<datetime> - The email date and time (MIME Date)
<dateical> - The email date and time (MIME Date) in ICAL format YYYYMMDDTHHMMSS
<folder> - The folder path the email was downloaded from (IMAP)
<epoch> - The email date (MIME Date) as seconds since the EPOCH
NOTE: Use <subject-> to have disallowed filename characters in the subject replaced with - instead of the default _ And similarly for other fields.
./export/
Filename
The exported email are output using filenames based on this option. The fields you can use are:
<subject> - The email subject
<sndr> - The email sender address (SMTP Sender)
<sndrdomain> - The email sender domain (SMTP Sender)
<direction> - The email direction map (inbound,outbound,relay,internal or some combination)
<from> - The email from address (MIME From)
<rcpt> - The email recipient (first recipient)
<date> - The email date (MIME Date)
<datetime> - The email date and time (MIME Date)
<dateical> - The email date and time (MIME Date) in ICAL format YYYYMMDDTHHMMSS
<folder> - The folder path the email was downloaded from (IMAP)
<epoch> - The email date (MIME Date) as seconds since the EPOCH
NOTE: Use <subject-> to have disallowed filename characters in the subject replaced with - instead of the default _ And similarly for other fields.
Example interface
<subject>
<date>-<sender>-<subject>
Max name length
The exported email are output using filenames and this setting can control the maximum filename length
Example interface
5 - 1024 characters
128 characters
50 characters
Output attachments to files
Use this setting to output email attachments to files in a folder on your local disk.
Example interface
On/Off
Off
Output attachment links
Use this setting to output links to the file attachments at the end of the text file output
Example interface
On/Off
Off
Attachment Folder
Use this setting to choose an output folder on your local disk for attachments Ensure you have sufficient disk space and that some other mechanism is available for removing the files. Hexamail Guard will continue to output files to the specified directory while the file output setting is engaged.
./attachments/
Attachment Filename
The exported email attachments are output using filenames based on this option. the fields you can use are:
<attach.ext> - The attachment filename with extension
<attach> - The attachment filename with no extension
<ext> - The attachment filename extension
<subject> - The email subject
<sndr> - The email sender address (SMTP Sender)
<from> - The email from address (MIME From)
<rcpt> - The email recipient (first recipient)
<date> - The email date (MIME Date)
<datetime> - The email date and time (MIME Date)
<epoch> - The email date (MIME Date) as seconds since the EPOCH
NOTE: Use <subject-> to have disallowed filename characters in the subject replaced with - instead of the default _ And similarly for other fields.
Example interface
<attach.ext>
<date>-<sender>-<subject>-<attach.ext>
Use numbered filenames
Use numbered filenames for collisions
Example interface
On/Off
on
Unzip compressed attachments
Unzip compressed attachments
Example interface
On/Off
off
Max name length
The exported email attachments are output using filenames and this setting can control the maximum filename length
Example interface
5 - 1024 characters
128 characters
50 characters
Matching
Only attachment files matching one of the configured wild card entries will be output
*.*
*.jpg

   Diagnostic logging

Diagnostic Logging
You can turn on diagnostic logging with this switch
Example interface
On/Off
false