Q&A

How do I set up a MailEnable?

How do I set up a MailEnable?

Setting up for MailEnable

  1. Using the MailEnable Administration program, expand the Servers icon.
  2. Right click on the SMTP Connector and select Properties.
  3. Select the Smart Host property sheet.
  4. Check Smart Host Enabled.
  5. Enter the IP Address or host name of the target SMTP Server.
  6. Ensure the port number is 25.

How MailEnable works?

A Mailbox in MailEnable is a storage area for email sent to the server from the Internet. When your server users connect via POP with a mail client application (such as Microsoft Outlook or Eudora), they connect to a Mailbox in order to retrieve their email. A Mailbox can have multiple email addresses.

How do I set up Outlook MailEnable?

To Connect Outlook 2016 to the mail server:

  1. Click the File menu item.
  2. On the New Account screen, just choose Manually configure server settings or additional server types and click Next.
  3. Choose Internet E-mail, connect to POP or IMAP server to send and receive e-mail messages and click Next.

Where is MailEnable?

MailEnable is a Windows-based, commercial email server distributed by MailEnable Pty. Ltd, an Australian-based software company which was established in 2002.

How do I install and configure MailEnable?

  1. Welcome screen. The welcome screen informs that MailEnable is about to be installed.
  2. Registration details.
  3. Select installation components.
  4. Choose program installation location.
  5. Select Program Manager group.
  6. Selecting Repository.
  7. Creating an initial post office.
  8. SMTP connector configuration.

How does email send and receive messages?

The SMTP protocol is used to both send and receive email messages over the Internet. When a message is sent, the email client sends the message to the SMTP server. Once the IP address has been resolved, the SMTP server connects with the remote SMTP server and the mail is delivered to this server for handling.

What happens behind the scenes when you send an email before it reaches it reaches its destination?

For most users, how an email message flows from the sender to a recipient’s inbox is something that happens behind the scenes. When an individual or an organization sends an email, the message travels from its point of origination, such as an email client where it was composed, across the Internet to its destination.

What is email client configuration?

In order to successfully setup your domain email accounts on an email client such as Mac Mail or Outlook, you will need to have the following information: Domain email address and password. Incoming mail server and port information. Outgoing mail server and port information.

How does the MailEnable connector connect to the server?

The MailEnable connector communicates to the MailEnable server via the IMAP and SMTP services. A default installation would require the client machine to access the server over ports 143 and 25, although this is configurable. If SSL is being used, the client port configuration must match the server SSL port configuration.

What does it mean to use MailEnable web services?

MailEnable Web Services allow remote programs to configure the MailEnable Messaging Platform. The Web Service allows mailboxes to be created and managed. Tools that support making SOAP calls can be used to remotely access the server via the Web Services interface. By default accessing the web services requires a username and password.

How to configure the MailEnable server in MAPI?

You should select the Other option, and from the list, select the MailEnable Server list item. You can now configure the settings for connecting and accessing the MailEnable server.

What should the server name be for MailEnable?

The POP3 and SMTP server should be the server name you are running MailEnable on. Email clients have to be able to resolve this server name to an IP address. The username needs to be the full logon name for the mailbox. Remember that this is formatted as [email protected]