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Proxy+ 3.0 - User Guide and FAQScreenshots - More Details
Setting of the download a mailbox from ISP's POP3 server
Example: We want Proxy+ to read messages from the account mbox on server mail.server.com and to store them in the local account of the user smith. The password to this mbox is 123456. Email address of the account mbox is email@example.com.
Settings on page Mail/POP3 Download:
* Mail for local user: - from the list of shown local accounts choose the account smith (if it doesn't exist you have to create it first with Accounts/Users).
* EMail: - fill in firstname.lastname@example.org. This entry doesn't have any effect on reading the mail from the server mail.server.com. It applies only for the outgoing mail from LAN through Proxy+. If the outgoing mail sent through Proxy+ is addressed to an email address identical to some entry in the POP3 Users list then it is sent locally. That means it is not sent via Internet, as it would end in mbox Proxy+ would receive it later again and after then it would deliver it to the user smith. Herewith we have achieved that there is no connection to Internet needed and the process is without delays. So the internet addresses of users can be used safely for inner-company mail delivery.
* POP3 server: - enter the name of the server where the mail box is located: mail.server.com. If the part of the email address after the "@" character is equal to the name of POP3 server, you can leave this line empty. (in our case the address would be email@example.com).
* POP3 Account: - the account name: mbox. This is the name Proxy+ uses to connect to POP3 server.
* POP3 Password: - password for the POP3 box. Enter 123456.
You can leave other options in their default values unless you want to configure Proxy+ to leave messages on the server or to use POP3 restrictions for example.
And then press the Add button. A new entry is added to the POP3 users list.
Now during each post process Proxy+ reads all messages from all boxes defined in POP3 users list. The process can be started automatically or manually.
For more detailed guide, go to http://www.proxyplus.cz/doc/en/proxyguide.htm#1.4
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