Differences

This shows you the differences between two versions of the page.

howtos:incredimail [2007/01/24 10:41]
sbernheart
howtos:incredimail [2008/02/08 19:49] (current)
Line 17: Line 17:
The 'original.server.name' is the original incoming mail server that you wrote down in step 2 above and 'username' is the original username you wrote down in step 2 above. Notice that a colon ':' is used to separate these two values (this is the default separator used by POPFile; if you have configured POPFile to use a different separator then use that instead). The 'original.server.name' is the original incoming mail server that you wrote down in step 2 above and 'username' is the original username you wrote down in step 2 above. Notice that a colon ':' is used to separate these two values (this is the default separator used by POPFile; if you have configured POPFile to use a different separator then use that instead).
-Click OK to save the changes to the incoming mail server and username.+(5) Click 'OK' to save the changes to the incoming mail server and username.
-(5) Now set up your Message Rules.  In Incredimail, create a rule using the "Subject Line Contains..." condition to move any mail containing **[spam]** in the subject to Incredimail's **Spam** folder.  Set up at least one rule to catch your spam mail.  These instructions assume you have created a POPFile bucket called **spam** and an Incredimail folder also called **Spam**.+(6) Now set up your Message Rules.  In Incredimail, create a rule using the "Subject Line Contains..." condition to move any mail containing **[spam]** in the subject to Incredimail's **Spam** folder.  Set up at least one rule to catch your spam mail.  These instructions assume you have created a POPFile bucket called **spam** and an Incredimail folder also called **Spam**.
-(6) On the POPFile UI Buckets page, make sure that 'Subject Header Modification' is enabled (clicked) for the **spam** bucket (this will make POPFile add the text **[spam]** at the start of the Subject line of every message which gets classified as spam).+(7) On the POPFile UI Buckets page, make sure that 'Subject Header Modification' is enabled (clicked) for the **spam** bucket (this will make POPFile add the text **[spam]** at the start of the Subject line of every message which gets classified as spam).
-(7) Click OK. You're done. Try checking mail, Incredimail should pull the mail through POPFile.+(8) Click OK. You're done. Try checking mail, Incredimail should pull the mail through POPFile.
-**Coming Soon:** Specific configurations for AIM, Gmail, Hotpop and more! Set up these accounts in Incredimail first (if you haven't already done so), then follow the directions above.  **Note:** AIM mail uses an IMAP server.<br> +**Coming Soon:** Specific configurations for [[howtos:imap|AIM]], [[howtos:gmail|Gmail]], [[howtos:hotpop|HotPOP]] and [[howtos:yahoo|Yahoo!]]\\ 
-See [[ExperimentalModules:ImapInstructions]] for further information.  It requires an add-on module and needs special configuration.   In the meantime, look to the following pages for the Server Settings.   +Set up these accounts in Incredimail first (if you haven't already done so), then follow the directions above.  **Note:** AIM mail uses an IMAP server. See [[ExperimentalModules:ImapInstructions]] for further information.  It requires an add-on module and needs special configuration.   Gmail requires a SSL component.  See 
-<code>AIM/Netscape/AOL: http://help.channels.aol.com/kjump.adp?articleId=217449#faq2 +[[faq:ssl]] for more on that subject.  In the meantime, look to the following pages to get you started: 
-Gmail: http://mail.google.com/support/bin/answer.py?answer=13287&topic=1556 +  *[[http://help.channels.aol.com/kjump.adp?articleId=217449#faq2|AIM/Netscape/AOL Server Settings]] 
-HotPOP: http://www.hotpop.com/popclientsettings.jsp</code>+  *[[http://mail.google.com/support/bin/answer.py?answer=13287&topic=1556|Gmail Server Settings]] 
 +  *[[http://www.hotpop.com/popclientsettings.jsp|HotPOP Server Settings]] 
 +  *[[http://help.yahoo.com/l/us/yahoo/mail/original/mailplus/pop/pop-12.html|Yahoo Server Settings]] 
 +\\
Please keep in mind that you //may// have to sign in to your account to access these pages.  URLs are provided here FYI only and are subject to change.  If you cannot locate the page, simply look through the Help files after you've signed in to your account and search for 'Mail Settings' or 'Server Settings' or the like. Please keep in mind that you //may// have to sign in to your account to access these pages.  URLs are provided here FYI only and are subject to change.  If you cannot locate the page, simply look through the Help files after you've signed in to your account and search for 'Mail Settings' or 'Server Settings' or the like.
 
howtos/incredimail.1169631688.txt.gz · Last modified: 2008/02/08 19:49 (external edit)

Should you find anything in the documentation that is incomplete, unclear, outdated or just plain wrong, please let us know and leave a note in the Documentation Forum.

Recent changes RSS feed Donate Driven by DokuWiki
The content of this wiki is protected by the GNU Fee Documentation License