Configure Forte Agent for POPFile

Mail Configuration

  • From the menus, pick Options → Inbound Email
  • Select the System Tab
  • Note the original POP server in the 'POP Server' box, you will need it below.
  • Replace the contents of the POP Server box with 127.0.0.1
  • In the Username box, put the original POP server followed by a colon : to the front of the username that is already in the box, e.g, if username was username and original POP server was pop.myisp.net, then the box should contain
    pop.myisp.net:username
    
  • Click OK

SMTP Authentication

If your ISP requires SMTP authentication for sending mail, you will also have to configure your username and password as follows:

  • From the menus, pick Options → General
  • Select the System Tab
  • Click the SMTP Authentication button
  • Select login with a username and password
  • Uncheck the use POP username and password box
  • Fill in your real username and password
  • Click OK, Click OK

Mail Filters Configuration

The easiest method of setting up filters for POPFile's classification is to turn on the X-Text-Classification insertion on POPFile's Configuration page, then retrieve some classified mail. That will put mail in your inbox with the headers you want in the mail.

  • Select a piece of mail you just received via POPFile
  • From the menus, pick Message → Filters → Add Kill or Watch Filter (your choice)
  • In the Add Email Filter box that pops up, use the Paste Field button to locate the X-Text-Classification link you want to filter on.
  • Make whatever other selections you want and save the filter.
 
howtos/agent.txt · Last modified: 2008/02/08 19:49 (external edit)

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