The File Menu
The find user feature will locate a specific user or real name in the list of users in the
Flushing a mailbox will remove all mail from the highlighted users
incoming and outgoing mailboxes.
The lock feature locks the main CMail Server console preventing unauthorised access and
changes to the settings of the program. You will be asked to enter the current mail administrator
password in order to lock the console. CMail Server will continue to send and
receive email when the console is locked.
Unlocks the CMail Server console allowing modifications to the program settings. When
unlocking the application, you will be asked to enter the current mail administrator
Causes CMail to be installed as a service under Windows 95/98 and NT. The program will
load into memory automatically when Windows is started. CMail will continue to run in the
Windows system tray when the console application is closed.
CMail will be uninstalled as a server and run as a normal Windows application. The
application has to be launched from the Start Menu and will be removed from the system
tray when the console application is terminated.
Saves any settings changes to disk.
Terminates the console program. Note that if CMail is running as a service under Windows
NT, you need to stop the application via Services from Control Panel.