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A Disposable Address is a randomly generated address, completely independent of a user’s current email address. This address acts as a timed alias, forwarding mail to the designated folder for however long specified. When the time limit has been reached, the address is no longer valid and mail will not reach the mailbox. This is useful when you only need a temporary sign up or don’t want to give out your email address and possibly get inundated with spam messages.

Follow the steps below to create a Disposable Address:

– Log into RightMX Webmail as an end user or Domain Administrator.
– Click the Email icon.
– In the navigation pane toolbar, click the Actions menu then Disposable Address.
– Choose the Destination Folder from the dropdown list of email folders. For the Time, choose a value between 5-60 minutes.
NOTE: Though a Disposable Address has a max time of 60 minutes on creation, the time limit can be extended by clicking on Disposable Address again and choosing Extend Time. Clicking Extend Time increases the time limit by one hour, up to a maximum time of 24 hours.

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New Features Available in RightMX 14.x

Unique Logins for Each Domain
RightMX 14.x allows administrators to create unique login screens for every domain. Small businesses using RightMX on their own servers, or even companies using RightMX from their hosting provider, will benefit from the ability to customize the RightMX login page to add a company logo, provide additional branding text, or simply adjust the default “Login to RightMX” text to be more in line with an overall brand message. Imagine that Howie’s Home Design has 100 employees who regularly use RightMX. By adding custom login text, Howie’s can aid employees having trouble accessing their mail by providing links to their own documentation or adding information on how to contact support – directly from the login page!

Multiple Calendar Support
RightMX 14.x introduces the ability to add multiple calendars to a single user account. Do you prefer managing personal and work appointments separately? Do you have a separate project that you want to track alone? Well now you can by creating a new RightMX calendar for your account! Along with being able to add as many calendars as needed, users can add their own custom color to the calendars they have available. When viewing all calendars together, the customized color can help dictate the calendar for the appointment being viewed. Even better, users can sync their additional account calendars using Exchange ActiveSync, Exchange Web Services, CalDAV and SharePoint. This means they have access to all of their personal appointments, not only within the RightMX Web interface but in their preferred email client or application as well.

Connect and Share Using Dropbox and OneDrive
We take file storage to the next level by adding support for Dropbox and Microsoft OneDrive! File storage was adopted early on in RightMX, making file sharing a breeze. Continuing to build upon that, and similar to the Google Drive file sharing that was made available in an earlier version, we’ve added the ability to connect RightMX to your Dropbox and Microsoft Onedrive accounts.This means you can link to files two ways: using RightMX’s built in file storage or linking to files you’ve stored in your preferred cloud storage account. Even better – you don’t have to manage the permissions for your files with any of the integrated services as RightMX will automatically modify the file share so that anyone with access to your linked file can easily open it, view it or work with it!

Create a Disposable Alias
RightMX has always included Plus Addressing, a variation of your email address that allows you to automatically filter incoming mail into folders without first creating a content filtering rule. This is a useful way to sign up for newsletters and subscriptions without cluttering your inbox. But what about those times when you only need a temporary sign up or don’t want to give out your email address and get inundated with spam messages? With RightMX 14.x, you can now create a Disposable Address!

A Disposable Address is a randomly generated address, completely independent of a user’s current email address. This address acts as a timed alias, forwarding mail to the designated folder for however long the user specified. When the time limit has been reached, the address is no longer valid and mail will not reach your mailbox. You get what you need from the newsletter or service and can rest easy knowing you won’t receive an increase in spam messages.

View Multiple Resources Simultaneously
In this version, we bring collaboration to the next level by adding the ability to view all calendars – shared and native – in one calendar interface. The same holds true for viewing contacts, tasks and notes as well. This is an easy way to have all of your similar data presented together without having to switch between what’s natively in your account and what is shared to you! By simply checkmarking the resources you want to view, you can check out your own calendar appointments along with any that have been assigned on your Domain shared calendar, easily compare your own tasks with a coworker’s shared list and so much more! The ability to view like-items together gives you less time managing displays and more time focusing on what’s important.

– Multiple calendars can now be added to a single account.
– Added: An instance of a recurring calendar event can now be deleted from the context menu.
– Added: An option to toggle between overlaying multiple selected calendars, contacts, tasks or notes collections in a combined view versus displaying one at a time.
– Added: Calendar colors can now be changed from clients using Exchange Web Services.
– Added: Calendar events can now be marked as private.
– Added: Calendars can now be created, removed and renamed using Exchange Web Service clients that support those operations.
– Added: Multiple personal calendars are now supported in the mobile interface.
– Added: A user can now set which calendar is the default to use when creating new appointments.
– Added: Calendar events can now be moved between personal calendars.
– Added: User availability now includes all calendars in the users account.
– Added: Contacts, Tasks and Notes now allow multiple collections to be viewed at the same time.
– Added: Domain conference rooms can now be selected to view on the calendar page.
– Added: Dropbox is now available as a connected service allowing links to Dropbox files in email messages.
– Added: Editing a recurring event now displays the series instance’s start and end dates.
– Added: Grids now support multi-selection on Apple Mac browsers by holding down the command key.
– Added: IMAP authentication now supports Cram-MD5.
– Added: Microsoft OneDrive is now available as a connected service allowing links to OneDrive files in email messages.
– Added: Migrating Google calendars now migrates all calendars from a Google account.
– Added: Multiple calendars can now be synced using Exchange ActiveSync.
– Added: Multiple calendars can now be viewed together in a combined view, which color codes events from the different calendars.
– Added: Tasks can now be imported from Gmail.
– Added: The My Today Page now displays appointments for all calendars in a user’s account.
– Added: The reminders popup now displays items for all calendars in a user’s account.
– Added: Unsubscribe links for mailing lists can now be given friendly text instead of just displaying the unsubscribe URL.
– Changed: Blocked senders will now block on the From address in the header of the message, in addition to the Mail From address given in the SMTP session. Previously it only blocked on the Mail From address of the SMTP session.
– Changed: Content filtering now decodes base64 and quoted-printable encoded text parts in email messages before applying filters.
– Changed: Migrating the same Google calendar twice will now overwrite the previously migrated events instead of creating duplicates.
– Efficiency: The load time of the monthly calendar view is now much faster.
– Fixed: IMAP search now handles search commands with multiple levels of parenthesized lists correctly.
– Fixed: Messages displayed in the mobile interface now wrap text when the length of a line exceeds the width of the display.
– Fixed: Migrating contacts from Gmail now functions correctly.
– Fixed: The action “Send VCard(s)” now functions correctly for the Global Address List.
– Fixed: The date and time input fields can no longer be edited when viewing a read-only appointment.
– Fixed: Two scenarios within the mobile interface where downloading an attachment could fail.
– Changed: The background task to delete stray files generated for web mail operations now only runs between 1 and 2 AM.
– Fixed: An event cancellation email now displays correctly in webmail.
– Fixed: Availability times displayed in webmail are now correct.
– Fixed: Domains with login page customizations now function correctly when the webmail url contains one or more prefixes before the domain name.
– Fixed: Downloading all attachments from webmail when one of the attachments is winmail.dat now functions correctly.
– Fixed: Reminder alerts now sync properly using Exchange Web Services.
– Fixed: The Login Display Customization feature is now checked or unchecked according to the domain default settings when adding a new domain.
– Changed: RSS Feed items can now be edited via the right click context menu.
– Changed: The mobile interface titles now show the specific folder or collection the user is in.
– Fixed: A scenario where an all-day event spanning multiple days could show a day earlier in webmail.
– Fixed: Adding contacts with eM Client syncing with Exchange Web Services now functions correctly.
– Fixed: Calendar events now show correct times in the mobile interface.
– Fixed: Exporting contacts to a CSV file no longer adds an extra empty field to the item rows which could cause issues when importing that file.
– Fixed: Mailing list moderators that are not domain administrators can now access their mailing lists.
– Fixed: My Today event links now properly open the event details window.
– Fixed: Tasks now sync correctly with eM Client when using Exchange Web Services.
– Fixed: The Global Address List now syncs correctly using Sharepoint syncing.
– Fixed: The mobile interface now shows the email messages times in the user’s time zone.
– Fixed: The web interface no longer needs to be refreshed to function properly after activating a new license.
– Fixed: Users are no longer able to add an appointment to a shared read-only calendar using the mobile interface.
– Fixed: Using the select all action on contacts now selects the correct subset of contacts when a category filter is applied.
– Removed: All day appointments no longer display times in webmail.

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Open the Web.config file that is located in the same directory where the WordPress files are installed, and paste the following XML section into the web.config file:

This rule will try to match any requested URL. If the URL does not correspond to a file or a folder on the file system, it will rewrite the URL to the Index.php file. At that point, WordPress will determine which content to serve based on the REQUEST_URI server variable that contains the original URL before it was modified by this rule.

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There is a long standing “problem” between Outlook and Internet email – Outlook uses a proprietary email format that only Outlook and Exchange (and a few other clients, including gmail) can decipher. When the recipient doesn’t use Outlook, they get a plain text message and an attachment named winmail.dat. Additionally, the attachment icon may be hidden by some clients, including OE and Windows Mail, making it look like the attachment was removed.

The problem? Any attachments included in the message are encased in the winmail.dat attachment.
Note that if you are using Exchange Server, the Exchange administrators can disable RTF on messages sent to the Internet. SharePoint Contacts linked to Outlook are also a problem.

To know more about winmail.dat please refer the following urls:

http://www.slipstick.com/problems/outlook-is-sending-winmail-dat-attachments/
http://www.slipstick.com/problems/outlook-is-sending-winmail-dat-attachments/#3
http://email.about.com/od/outlooktips/qt/Prevent_Winmail_dat_Attachments_from_Being_Sent_in_Outlook.htm
http://office.microsoft.com/en-in/outlook-help/recipients-receive-a-winmail-dat-attachment-HA010153018.aspx

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ADDED: Added a web interface specifically for mobile devices. Supports Email, Calendars, Contacts, Tasks and Notes.
ADDED: Contacts now allow for a second and third email address.
ADDED: Domain level calendars can be created and shared to specified users or user groups.
ADDED: Forwarded messages can now have the sender address encoded using SRS allowing those messages to pass SPF checks by receiving servers.
ADDED: Meeting availability checks are now supported in Outlook 2011 for Mac when syncing using Exchange Web Services.
ADDED: Replied and forwarded flags are now supported for mobile clients that implement ActiveSync version 14.0 or higher.
ADDED: Rooms can now be added to a domain and scheduled in calendar events.
ADDED: Support for more efficient message sending for mobile devices implementing ActiveSync 14.0 or higher.
ADDED: TimeZoneIndex is now settable for a user via the SetRequestedUserSettings of the svcUserAdmin web service.
ADDED: Domain and user counts are now displayed in the header of the Domains grid.
ADDED: A per domain option for remote wipe that allows ActiveSync users to reset mobile devices back to factory settings in the event of a lost or stolen device, etc.
ADDED: The users grid now indicates when a user is disabled.
ADDED: ActiveSync now supports categories when adding new calendar events from devices that offer this functionality.
ADDED: Allowing chat history viewing by domain is now supported through the API.
ADDED: Device ID and User Agent are now displayed when viewing an ActiveSync device on the Synchronized Devices page.
ADDED: Support for calendar colors when using EWS.
ADDED: Contact pictures are now supported in ActiveSync.
ADDED: Cleanup routines added to remove orphaned data from legacy installations.
ADDED: IMAP now supports the XLIST command which allows clients to determine special folders, such as sent items and deleted items.
ADDED: Implemented the UIDPlus extension for IMAP.

FIXED: Chat now works as expected on Safari browsers that do not have flash installed.
FIXED: Inline images now display correctly in Apple mail when using Exchange Web Services.
FIXED: Sending a mass message to a domain now validates whether that domain exists or not.
FIXED: The log out URL setting for a domain no longer requires the “http://www” prefix to navigate properly to the given URL.
FIXED: Adding or editing contacts in the mobile interface now include the home city field.
FIXED: Fixed an overlap issue with the attachments grid and the design / html tabs when composing a message using Internet Explorer 8.
FIXED: Fixed composing of messages in the mobile interface with certain messages signature configurations.
FIXED: Fixed issues involving certain types of character encodings in messages.
FIXED: Navigation to the calendar section and then to another section now properly re-expands the left slide panel.
FIXED: Note in the mobile interface now functions as expected.
FIXED: The attachments list is now displayed in the compose window when forwarding a message with attachments.
FIXED: Editing a contacts work phone number in the mobile interface now functions as expected.
FIXED: Fixed an issue where certain contacts would not display correctly in the mobile interface.
FIXED: Logging out of the interface and then clicking the browser’s back button will now properly navigate back to the login page.
FIXED: Messages from a message archive with winmail.dat attachments now display correctly.
FIXED: The sender and subject of a message are now displayed correctly when dragging and dropping a message to a new folder in webmail.
FIXED: The signature now updates properly when selecting different sender addresses in the mobile interface.
FIXED: Translated names for common email folders now display correctly in the mobile interface.
FIXED: A JavaScript error that occurred when composing a new message in webmail using Internet Explorer 8.
FIXED: All email address fields in account settings are now validated.
FIXED: Fixed the size of the login panel in webmail when using the mobile version of Chrome.
FIXED: Navigating webmail using Safari on an iPad no longer grays out the screen when clicking on a tree node, grid item or menu option.
FIXED: Printing email messages and calendars in webmail using Firefox now functions as expected.
FIXED: Re-sizing the browser window now functions as expected when the browsers font size is set to larger than the default.
FIXED: The availability popup window in calendar appointments now functions as expected.
FIXED: The controls when adding or editing a mailing list system message are now aligned correctly in the popup window.
FIXED: The first field in a pop up window is now automatically focused.
FIXED: The log in page in webmail no longer flashes a red message that says javascript is required when using some tablets including the iPad.
FIXED: A null reference exception will no longer be thrown when using ActiveSync without Provisioning.
FIXED: A problem with ActiveSync losing the synchronization status on some devices has been fixed.
FIXED: Certain types of malformed calendar appoints will no longer cause ActiveSync to repeatedly re-sync.
FIXED: Count in dialog that pops up when you delete mail will now show correctly.
FIXED: IMAP now correctly reports deleted messages in response to the NOOP command, which resolves the Outlook message “The UID of a message changed unexpectedly.”
FIXED: Inline email images that are embedded as image:data in the HTML will no longer cause the webmail to crash.
FIXED: Modal dialog overlay now appears properly in Internet Explorer.
FIXED: OSX Mountain Lion will no longer duplicate notes when connected to RightMX using EWS
FIXED: Print email now functions properly.
FIXED: Tool tips over calendar items now display as expected.
FIXED: Unread count in browser title bar will now update properly.
FIXED: Updating a phone number using EWS with Outlook 2011 will now function as expected.
FIXED: When using non-English translations, the browser title will no longer flip back to English on the first update.
FIXED: WP7 phone will no longer throw an error when syncing changes through activesync.
FIXED: A timing issue with accessing a folder’s list of messages that could cause an error to occur on retrieval of the message list.
FIXED: Buttons in preview pane are now shown in a normal size font.
FIXED: Calendar entries with no attendees can now be edited correctly.
FIXED: CSV import and export will now function properly and include more detail.
FIXED: Deleting an attachment from the compose window was sometimes clearing the attachment window.
FIXED: Deleting multiple messages from advanced search results will now function as expected.
FIXED: Internet Explorer 8 and 9 were not able to type into input fields after switching sections.
FIXED: Left-side tree spacing corrected for chat section.
FIXED: Message counts now appear properly in the browser title.
FIXED: Notes will no longer repeat continuously when using EWS on OSX Mountain Lion.
FIXED: Replies and forwards to plain text emails performed through ActiveSync will no longer lose line breaks.
FIXED: Replying to emails in the mobile interface now functions as expected.
FIXED: Saving the setting “Append Received Line” will now function properly.
FIXED: Searching for email addresses in advanced search now functions as expected.
FIXED: Shared calendar selector now functions properly.
FIXED: The number of items shown in the delete confirmation window was sometimes incorrect.
FIXED: A loading row in the messages grid now matches the height of a row that has been loaded.
FIXED: An issue where some devices in the synchronized devices grid could not be deleted.
FIXED: An issue where two threads could access a message’s header values at the same time, causing errors and possible corruption of the message.
FIXED: An issue where using TLS would fail for certain mail servers when the sender’s address was not a local address.
FIXED: An issue where, in certain cases, a birth date on iOS devices synced using ActiveSync could be off by a day.
FIXED: An issue where, in some cases, the details panel would not load after selecting a domain in the domains grid.
FIXED: An issue where, under certain conditions, a message relayed through a domain’s alias or user forward would not use the domain’s IP binding setting.
FIXED: Domain chat searches now properly terminates calls back to the server when the search is completed.
FIXED: Encoding of certain types of foreign characters in the names of attachments sent through web mail.
FIXED: Folders with certain characters, such as apostrophes or hyphens, now display correctly in web mail.
FIXED: For users that disable the display of images when viewing email, clicking the link to display those images now works as expected.
FIXED: Printing messages in web mail now takes into account selected options such as the view and whether to display images.
FIXED: Re-sizing the width of the message list grid when viewing email in web mail now remembers the new position.
FIXED: Scheduled email reports now show the correct date of the report.
FIXED: Sections in the mobile interface now display only when enabled for the domain.
FIXED: The display name for an alias in the Global Address List now shows the email address as the username instead of showing “N/A”.
FIXED: The end date or number of occurrences of a recurrence rule are now imported correctly when migrating an Exchange calendar using the built in wizard.
FIXED: The password policy compliance grid now includes disabled users.
FIXED: The reset password link on the log in page now works as expected.
FIXED: When viewing the details of a contact in web mail the Notes section now scrolls to allow all text to be viewed.
FIXED: Attached calendars listed in the calendar selection list will now display properly.
FIXED: Birthdays will now sync to the proper day when using SyncML.
FIXED: CalDav will now function properly with OSX Mountain Lion and iOS 6.
FIXED: Categories on specific contact types now function properly in SyncML.
FIXED: Changing the skin now properly refreshes the interface.
FIXED: Company name and department will now sync properly when using SyncML.
FIXED: Daylight savings transition dates for recurrence rules are now synced correctly when using SharePoint Sync.
FIXED: Fixed a decoding issue where certain characters can be displayed incorrectly for 8-bit MIME messages retrieved through ActiveSync.
FIXED: Fixed an issue where the contents of a grid would sometimes push the splitter off the page in webmail.
FIXED: Getting started page now works properly in localhost when using IE enhanced security.
FIXED: Login page will no longer require compatibility mode in Internet Explorer.
FIXED: Mailing lists visible in Global Address List will now show up properly when using Add to Outlook.
FIXED: Migrating from an IMAP account with folders that include invalid Windows folder characters will no longer fail.
FIXED: Mobile interface will now properly show CC addresses for emails.
FIXED: Reply All will now function properly in the mobile interface.
FIXED: RightMX will no longer allow you to erroneously edit the profile of a mailing list or alias.
FIXED: Spool messages now properly indicate that they start off showing headers only.
FIXED: The inactive users report now displays users that have never logged in if they were created before the report cut off date.
FIXED: Accented characters will now appear correctly in the browser title.
FIXED: ActiveSync now supports the MeetingStatus and Sensitivity flags.
FIXED: All day appointments will no longer shift times over ActiveSync.
FIXED: All day meeting invitations now display properly in webmail.
FIXED: Appointments created in time zones that do not observe DST will now show properly on ActiveSync devices.
FIXED: Auto clean will run daily to ensure all user folders get processed.
FIXED: Buttons on the Chrome browser on iOS devices will now function properly.
FIXED: CalDAV will now allow you to add new events on OSX Snow Leopard.
FIXED: Calendar appointments that include the RSVP flag are now synced correctly over ActiveSync.
FIXED: Calendar appointments that include the X-Microsoft-CDO-AllDayEvent flag are now imported correctly.
FIXED: Clicking on Undelete from the webmail now functions as expected.
FIXED: Collapsing the sidebar, changing to another section, then expanding the sidebar again will no longer result in an error.
FIXED: Context menu on grids will now appear properly in a scrolled web page.
FIXED: Deleting a task in webmail will no longer cause an error.
FIXED: Enter key on login page will no longer submit form unless both email address and password are filled out.
FIXED: EWS users can now clear flags on email.
FIXED: Fixed an issue with specific yearly recurring rules that cause ActiveSync to fail to sync correctly.
FIXED: If GAL cache becomes invalid, it will now regenerate automatically.
FIXED: IMAP searches of the form “SEARCH NOT SUBJECT argument” now work as expected.
FIXED: Left-bar navigation will no longer cause the right side to refresh twice (blink).
FIXED: Marking a message in a shared folder as spam will now properly move the message to the originator’s Spam folder.
FIXED: Message view will no longer become disrupted after adding a task inside of an email.
FIXED: Messages will now show the proper date in the mobile interface.
FIXED: Notes for a contact will now show up properly in iOS when created in Outlook 2013.
FIXED: Outlook 2013 now functions properly when connecting to RightMX using ActiveSync.
FIXED: Password audit now properly shows the count of results.
FIXED: Related item counts on contacts and chat views will now show correctly.
FIXED: Reply, Reply All, and Forward functionality now works properly in the mobile interface.
FIXED: Resyncing a device using ActiveSync will no longer create duplicate calendars or contacts.
FIXED: Sending email using ActiveSync from Windows 8 will no longer cause errant characters to get added to the message.
FIXED: Shared calendars will now be sorted correctly.
FIXED: Spam quarantine will now be properly disabled when set to None.
FIXED: Time zones with a non-zero standard time bias will now sync to ActiveSync properly.
FIXED: Touch and Go feature now functions correctly in email bodies.
FIXED: WebDAV logging will now properly record all data.
FIXED: Appointment accepts/rejects now indicate proper calendar method in MIME part header.
FIXED: Appointment invite accepts/rejects now include dates in MIME headers.
FIXED: Appointments with invitees will no longer cause an exception when the date is changed to a future date.
FIXED: Auto save as draft will no longer crash IE 10.
FIXED: Blank calendar appointments will no longer stall ActiveSync with Outlook 2013.
FIXED: Domain calendars will no longer show the Add to Outlook button.
FIXED: File errors will no longer cause ActiveSync to keep re-downloading mail.
FIXED: Footers are now applied to 8-bit MIME messages properly.
FIXED: Mailing lists now handle 8-bit MIME messages properly.
FIXED: Messages with WBXML formatting are now detected and cleaned before being passed through ActiveSync.
FIXED: Windows Mail will no longer experience looping in certain circumstances using ActiveSync.
FIXED: An issue where the IMAP Append command was not handled properly which would cause it to randomly fail.
FIXED: Creating appointments using Exchange ActiveSync now saves correctly.
FIXED: Domain archiving now properly archives messages sent from a remote address to one of the domains aliases that contains only remote addresses.
FIXED: Messages with null characters will no longer stall Exchange ActiveSync.
FIXED: RightMX no longer modifies message parts of text/calendar when sending through a mailing list or attaching footer text.
FIXED: The free/busy status is now set correctly when accepting appointments through Exchange ActiveSync.
FIXED: An issue with IMAP processing where multiple consecutive spaces in a command would be replaced with a single space which would prevent folders named with multiple consecutive spaces from getting selected properly.
FIXED: Mobile interface will not error on apostrophes when sending.

EFFICIENCY: Access time for mailing list data has been reduced, decreasing startup and operating times.
EFFICIENCY: Improved efficiency of IMAP commands using sequence-set arguments such as FETCH and STORE.
EFFICIENCY: Selecting the “With Attachments” By Type option in the email section of webmail now returns the email list much faster.
EFFICIENCY: Email grid generation and scrolling in webmail have been made considerably faster.
EFFICIENCY: Improved the efficiency of retrieving unread and recent message counts for a mail folder resulting in faster webmail and IMAP performance.
EFFICIENCY: Optimized loading of the web interface.
EFFICIENCY: Webmail interface is now significantly faster on accounts with many folders.

CHANGED: Synchronized devices that fail to connect for over 90 days will now be automatically removed from the list of synced devices.
CHANGED: The font color of read messages in the webmail message list has been adjusted to create more contrast between read and unread messages.
CHANGED: The font size and type when viewing plain text only emails in the HTML view in webmail has been adjusted to match that of the plain text view.
CHANGED: The chat status drop down option in the upper right of the webmail interface is now colored green, orange or red based on the selected option.

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File Storage
File Storage

Synchronization
Configure Outlook 2011 for Mac with Exchange Web Service
Configure Apple Mail for Exchange Web Services
Configure Exchange ActiveSync for Windows Phone 7
Sync RightMX with Apple Address Book and iCal (OSX 10.7 Lion)
Sync RightMX with Apple Address Book and iCal (OSX 10.6 Snow Leopard)
Setup an Android Phone or Tablet for Exchange Activesync

Sync RightMX with the iPhone Using CardDAV and CalDAVX
Set Up POP or IMAP E-Mail on a BlackBerry
Configure Blackberry for Push email using MyFunambol service
Configure BlackBerry using Blackberry.net account
Synchronizing RightMX Calendars, Contacts, Tasks and Notes with a Blackberry
Install and Configure AstraSync for the BlackBerry
Configure IMAP for iPhone
Configure Exchange ActiveSync on Windows Mobile Devices
Configure Exchange ActiveSync on the iPhone
Synchronize RightMX Enterprise with Outlook Using the Add to Outlook Feature
Configure IMAP for iPhone
Configure Outlook for Synchronization with RightMX Enterprise 9.x Using RightMX Enterprise Sync
Microsoft Outlook and Mobile Synchronization thru SyncML

Chat
Set up Spark for RightMX Chat
Set up Trillian for XMPP
Set up Pidgin for XMPP
Set up Pandion for XMPP
Set up iChat for XMPP
Set up Adium for XMPP chat

Outlook Mac
Setting up or editing a POP email account in Mac Mail
Setting up IMAP with Mac Mail
Configure Outlook 2011 for Mac with Exchange Web Service
Configure Apple Mail for Exchange Web Services
Sync RightMX with Apple Address Book and iCal (OSX 10.7 Lion)
Sync RightMX with Apple Address Book and iCal (OSX 10.6 Snow Leopard)

Outlook
Creating an email account in Outlook Express
Creating an email account in Outlook Express(IMAP)
Creating an email account in Outlook 2003/2007
Creating an email account in Netscape Communicator
Creating an email account in Eudora
Creating an email account in IncrediMail
Creating an email account in Pegasus
Creating an email account in Thunderbird
Outlook 2007 IMAP account
Synchronize RightMX Enterprise with Outlook Using the Add to Outlook Feature
Configure Outlook for Synchronization with RightMX Enterprise 9.x Using RightMX Enterprise Sync
Install and Configure Funambol SyncML for Outlook
Microsoft Outlook and Mobile Synchronization thru SyncML
Configure Entourage 2008 (Apple computers running Mac OS X) to check RightMX Enterprise Email
Install and Configure Lightning and Funambol for Thunderbird 2 to Synchronize Calendar and Contacts

Help For Webmail Users
Change Internet Explorer Document Mode to IE 8
Forward Multiple Emails in One Message
Change the Signature in Email Messages

Auto-complete
Flag an Email Message for Follow Up
Managing Folders in RightMX Enterprise
Managing Account Profile
Managing Account Settings
How to Set Signature
How to Create New Message in RightMX Enterprise 9.x
How to Import Contacts
How to Export Contacts in RightMX Enterprise
How to Create a New Contact
Managing Global Address List
Create a New Event
Managing Reminders
How to Create a New Appointment
Managing Recurring Events
Managing Notification Profiles
How to Create New Note
How to Create a New Task
How to Manage Folders in RightMX Enterprise 9.x
Managing Plus Addressing
How to Read Receipts RightMX Enterprise webmail
Content Filtering
Set up mail forwarding
Set up Signature
How to Add Trusted Sender
Managing Auto Responder
Folder Auto-Clean in RightMX Enterprise
Enable/Disable popup for new messages and replies
Whitelist Email Address OR Domain Name

Sharing
Sharing in RightMX Enterprise (E-Mail Folders, Contacts, Calendars, Task Lists, Notes)

Reports
Managing Email Reports
How to Check Message Traffic
How to Check Disk Usage
How to Create Custom Reports
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1. Go to menu Mail, Preferences, then click the Accounts tab.
2. Click the plus sign to add a new account.
3. Settings:

Account Information Sub-Tab:

– Account Type: IMAP
– Description: Any description you want
– Email Address: (sub-email)@yourdomain.com
– Full Name: Your name – Incoming Mail server: mail.yourdomain.com
– User Name: (sub-email)@yourdomain.com
– Password: sub-email’s password
– Outgoing Mail Server (SMTP): mail.yourdomain.com — If yourdomain.com isn’t listed, create it thus: — Select “Add Server…” — Type in “mail.yourdomain.com” — Leave the port alone (25) —
– For authentication, select “password” —
– User name is (sub-email)@yourdomain.com, password is sub-email’s password

Special Mailboxes Sub-Tab:

– Set items to your preferences.
OS X will automatically create IMAP mailboxes underneath your sub-email as needed to store Drafts, Sent mail, Junk, or Trash mailboxes.

Advanced Sub-Tab:

– Check “Enable this account”
– Check “Include when automatically checking for new mail”
– A good idea is to set “Keep copies of messages” to “All messages and their attachments”: this way you always have a copy of your email on your client computer.
– Nothing else in here needs to be set. (Authentication should still show “Password”). Possibly you want to click “Automatically synchronize changed mailboxes”, but in my experience with other IMAP hosts, this is not really needed.

Click away from your new email account by clicking a different toolbar icon in the Accounts window. You will be asked to Save the account. Click yes, and OS X should automatically check it and add it to the “In” mailbox.

Using IMAP Folders:

To simplify the organization of your messages, you can indicate which IMAP folders Mac Mail should use to store sent mail, drafts, spam, and trash.

1. Select Mail / Preferences, click the Accounts button, located at the top of the window and click once on your IMAP account, as it appears in the Accounts list.
2. Click the Mailbox Behaviors tab, clear all of the check boxes and close the Accounts window.
3. When prompted to save your changes, click the Save button.
4. In your IMAP folder, located in the Mailboxes pane (select View / Show Mailboxes to display the pane if it’s not there), do the following:

Click once on the Sent, Drafts, Spam, or Trash folder.
Select Mailbox / Use This Mailbox For.
Select Sent, Drafts, Junk, or Trash from the resulting list in the sub-menu.

5. The selected folder will disappear from your IMAP list, and will now reappear as the corresponding Mac Mail folder.

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Depending on your software version, your screens may appear a bit different, but the setting will be the same.

1. Open Mac Mail.
2. Click on “Preferences” from the Mail menu in the top toolbar.
3. Click on the “Accounts” tab.
4. Within the “Accounts” tab, click on the plus (+) sign in the bottom left corner to create your new account.

A dialog box will now appear. This is where you will enter your general account information:

5. Set the “Account Type” to POP3.
6. Enter your name and email address.
7. Click “Continue”.
8. Set the incoming mail server to mail.YourDomainName
9. Enter your username and password for your email account.
10. Click “Continue”
11. Set the outgoing mail server to mail.YourDomainName
12. Make sure “Use Authentication” is checked.
13. Enter your email address and password.
14. Click “Continue”.

Using Authenticated SMTP
1. Click on the “Account Information” tab.
2. Click within the “Outgoing Mail Server (SMTP)” drop-down box.
3. Click on “Edit Server List”.
4. Click within the “Outgoing Mail Server (SMTP)” drop-down box.
5. Click “Add Server”.
6. Set the server port to 25

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RightMX now has a built in chat. This can be used by all users of the same domain to keep all communicate internal. Any chat client that support this protocol can be use with RightMX.

Follow these steps to connect RightMX chat to Spark:

1. Download Spark from url: http://www.igniterealtime.org/projects/spark/ and Install It.
2. Open Spark on your local system
3. Enter Rightmx username in Username Field(Please do not use full username i.e. use only rightmx if you have username rightmx@rightmx.dnsracks.net)
4. Enter your RightMX Password in Password Field.
5. Enter Server Name in Server Field as mail.yourdomain.com (Here yourdomain.com is your domain name)
6. Click on Login

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Users can synchronize RightMX with iCal and Address Book on computers running OS X Lion (10.7) using the CalDAV and CardDAV protocols. These protocols can be used to synchronize contacts, calendars and notes.

CardDAV for Address Book
Follow these steps to set up syncing through CardDav:

1. Go to System Preferences.
2. Click Mail, Contacts & Calendars.
3. Highlight Add Account and click Other.
4. Select CardDav and click Create.
5. Enter your username, password and server address in the appropriate fields.
* The username is your full e-mail address (Ex: User@example.com).
* The password is the corresponding password for the e-mail address.
* The server name is your webmail login URL then /WebDAV/ (Ex: mail.example.com:80/WebDAV/)
6. Click Create. Your account is now setup. You can view your contacts by opening Address Book.

NOTE: Address Book uses vCard 3.0 and will need to be switched to vCard 2.1. To do this, go to Preferences, select the vCard tab and switch to vCard 2.1.

CalDAV for iCal
Follow these steps to set up syncing through CalDAV:

1. Go to System Preferences.
2. Click Mail, Contacts & Calendars.
3. Highlight Add Account and click Other.
4. Select CalDav and click Create.
5. Enter your username, password and server address in the appropriate fields.
* The username is your full e-mail address (Ex: User@example.com).
* The password is the corresponding password for the e-mail address.
* The server name is your webmail login URL then /WebDAV/ (Ex: mail.example.com:80/WebDAV/)
6. Click Create. Your account is now setup. You can view your contacts by opening iCal.

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