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 Setting up a Remote Account (Domain POP)
Solution VisNetic MailServer

From the VisNetic Mailserver configuration console:
  1. Click the Domain in the left-hand window
  2. Click Accounts from the top menu
  3. Click Add
  4. Click New Remote Account
  5. Enter a description in the Name field. The name of this remote account is used for information purposes. (e.g.; remote mail
  6. Enter the POP3 host name of the remote server in the POP3 field. (e.g.; pop3.isp.com)
  7. Enter the username for the remote POP3 account in the Username field. (e.g.; remote)
  8. Enter the password of the remote POP3 account in the Password field.
  9. Enter the email address of the Admin in the Forward To: field.
  10. If the remote POP3 server is setup for APOP; enable the APOP option. (APOP is a secure login using md5 encryption. The remote server must support this to have it enabled).
  11. Dedupe Collected Mail. If this option is selected VisNetic MailServer will remember the value of the specified header and will not process additional messages collected in the same processing cycle which contain an identical value.
  12. To leave a copy of the downloaded messages on the remote server, enable the option Leave Messages On Server
  13. Click the Schedule button
  14. Click Add
  15. Setup the desired interval which remote mail should be collected.
  16. Click OK
  17. Click OK to back out of the Schedule
  18. Select the Domain POP tab.
  19. Enable Domain POP. This option specifies the account is to be used to collect mail for the entire domain. (e.g.; the remote account is a catch-all account, where any messages for your domain are placed into a single POP3 account.)
  20. Click Save
If using the Web Admin, from the VisNetic MailServer Web Admin:
  1. Click the Accounts link
  2. Click the domain the domainpop will be associated with
  3. Click New Remote Account from the Remote Accounts section
  4. Enter a description in the Name field. The name of this remote account is used for information purposes. (e.g.; remote mail)
  5. Enter the POP3 host name of the remote server in the POP3 field. (e.g.; pop3.isp.com)
  6. Enter the username for the remote POP3 account in the Username field. (e.g.; remote)
  7. Enter the password of the remote POP3 account in the Password field.
  8. If the remote POP3 server is setup for APOP; enable the APOP option. (APOP is a secure login using md5 encryption. The remote server must support this to have it enabled).
  9. To leave a copy of the downloaded messages on the remote server, enable the option Leave Messages On Server
  10. Enable Domain POP. This option specifies the account is to be used to collect mail for the entire domain. (e.g.; the remote account is a catch-all account, where any messages for your domain are placed into a single POP3 account.)
  11. Click Add


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Article ID: 37
Created On: Jun 17, 2004 10:56 AM

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