The Configuration Menu

Host Configuration...
The
Host Configuration
menu contains options for setting the names of domains for which email is handled.

Remote Access...
Remote Access determines how CMail Server will connect or is connected to the Internet.

SMTP Configuration...
The SMTP (Simple Mail Transfer Protocol) protocol is used to send and in some cases, receive Internet email. SMTP options are set on the
SMTP Configuration menu.

POP3 Configuration...
POP3 is used for the collection of email from a mail server. One of CMail Servers unique features is the ability for it to retrieve and distribute mail locally via the POP3 protocol. POP3 options are set on the
POP3 Configuration menu.

Web User Interface...
The Web User Interface contains the Administration facility for the Web Mail client.

Mail Queue Administration...
The
Mail Queue Administration tool allows complete control over messages passing through CMail including message deletion, viewing and sending override. CMail Server's Timed Operations are also defined here.

Advanced User Configuration...
The
Advanced User Configuration holds options relating to more advanced configuration of users including the importation of users from the Windows NT database.

Remote Connector Mode...
Many commercial mail servers such as Exchange and Lotus Notes, will only retrieve mail from an ISP using the SMTP protocol. CMail can be used in
Remote Connector Mode to download mail from an ISP using the POP3 protocol, convert the mail to an SMTP format and forward mail on to another mail server running on the same machine.

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