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Set-Up Mailbox

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    The following guide will show you how to add or edit Atollon Mailbox. You need to have access to Atollon Windows administration interface to administer mailboxes.

    Open Mailbox Settings


    Open Atollon Windows administration client and go to Settings > Mail > Mailboxes.

    Create New Mailbox


    First, select the user, who will be the owner of the mailbox. Each user may have several mailboxes at the same time. One mailbox is always primary (used first when sending new e-mail from Atollon).

    Edit Mailbox Settings


    There are the following Mailbox options that you should fill-in:

    1. E-mail name is the identification of Mailbox in the system and primary Mailbox name in the same time. This is the part that will be before "@".
    2. Domain is the mail server identification. This is the part that will be after"@".
    3. Identity is the default Mailbox owner's identity, when sending e-mails. Be careful, when changing this field and keep suggested syntax emailName@domain.
    4. Message Group: by default user's Inbox (ToDo). All messages sent to this Mailbox will be stored here. You may change it to other Message Container as well (for example a Project Folder).
    5. Active (Yes/No): indicates whether Atollon receives mail on this address or not.
    6. Default box (Yes/No): indicates, whether this Mailbox is used first when sending new E-mail by the owner.
    7. Signature: fill-in owner's signature.
    8. Aliases: you can add more names to this Mailbox. Please note that Alias must not have the same name as some other existing Mailbox. Aliases are used only for receiving emails. You need to create new mailbox if you want to send mails with some other name. Aliases are always in same domain as the mailbox they are specified in. Do not write "@domain" part here.

    After you are ready, press Ok to save your mailbox settings. If Domain MX records are properly set, you should soon be able to receive new Mail.

    Next Step:
    If you have not done so, set-up your Domain MX records.

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