Hexamail Guard Administration Guide - IMAP Account - Account

Account

Essential settings for the IMAP account

Account

   Account Information

Account Name
A unique name associated with this account used to identify this account. Typically this should be the email address of the account you are uploading to, so if you are uploading email to an ISP this could be for example myuser@myisp.com
Example interface
Server
Each account can be uploaded to a separate server. Be sure to fill in the correct server details for each account. IMAP is usually on port 143. If you leave these settings blank, the default server and port settings will be used from the Settings page in the IMAP Push module. Remember to use the server name not IP if collecting using SSL
Example interface
pop3.yahoo.co.uk
Username
Accounts require a username and password login to allow uploading of email. This is the username or login name you provide to access this account and is used by the IMAP Push module to automatically login to upload the email to this account
Example interface
Password
Accounts require a username and password login to allow uploading of email. This is the password you provide to access this account and is used by the IMAP Push to automatically login to get upload email to this account
Example interface

   Email Matching

Recipients
You can specify one recipient email addresses (example@domain.com), or multiple using a comma to separate the addresses (example1@domain.com,example2@domain.com, andy*@test.com). Email with these recipients will be uploaded to this IMAP account
Example interface
myuser@domain.local
Senders
You can specify one recipient email addresses (example@domain.com), or multiple using a comma to separate the addresses (example1@domain.com,example2@domain.com, andy*@test.com). Email with these senders will be uploaded to this IMAP account. This can be useful for uploading sent items to an imap accoutn sent items folder in teh case where you are sending out email thru this product as a gateway and wish to keep an extra copy in an IMAP sent folder.
Example interface
myuser@domain.local
Copy email to account
Email can be copied or moved to the IMAP account. If it is moved then the email will not be processed further by Hexamail Guard after uploading. If it is copied the email will be processed further and typically eventually sent via SMTP to the recipients
Example interface
On/Off
false