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  • Re:Mobile use

    You can instal Mercury32 on your home computer and then connect to it from everywhere to read your mails using an IMAP connection. Your Mercury server will download your mails from your ISP using a POP3 connection, those mails will be readable from any computer connected to your home lan (just tell Pegasus Mail the location of your mail ...
    Posted to Pegasus Mail Community Support (Forum) by Phil on May 7, 2014
  • Re: Mail Backup

    bfluet:This inquiry would be more appropriate on the Pegasus Mail forum rather than the Mercury forum.&nbsp; I suggest posting it there. Right. Done. Regards
    Posted to Pegasus Mail Community Support (Forum) by Phil on April 8, 2014
  • Re:saving messages to a file without the raw view info

    bobbiev:I want to save all of the messages in a folder to a file without all the header/raw info.&nbsp; Can this be done? &nbsp;I am running the current version of Pmail on Win 7 32 bit. Thanks, Bobbie A solution is to use pdfCreator: select all the messages you want to save and then choose 'Print', as specific printer choose pdfCreator, ...
    Posted to Pegasus Mail Community Support (Forum) by Phil on September 23, 2013
  • Re: What are the option for connecting Outlook to accounts on Mercury.

    The Outlook datas are stored in the user's profile (in Microsoft\Outlook under AppDatas), you can enable the roaming profiles on the domain and then find your Outlook datas on any station you log on, this works fine with the pop3 protocol, the problem is that you can't access your mail datas when you're not logged on the domain (from outside for ...
    Posted to Mercury Community Support (Forum) by Phil on September 23, 2013
  • Re: Splash screen distorted

    I told David Harris about this problem, his answer was : ''You're using a so-called ''Large Font'' display driver. This will throw out almost anything that needs to display a fixed-size item in a Windows dialog, because the Windows dialog units will change but the fixed-size item won't.Many years ago I invested enormous effort in ''solving'' this ...
    Posted to Pegasus Mail Community Support (Forum) by Phil on September 8, 2013
  • Re: Filter Domain mailbox

    Thanks Paul and Rolf and sorry for the delay to reply, too much work these days. PaulW: But how can you avoid creating backscatter - sending a reply to a 'spoofed' address? Sure, but the alternative is too have wrong addresses mails not sent back to the senders, then the sender may think that his/her mail was received. I tried to link a ...
    Posted to Mercury Community Support (Forum) by Phil on April 22, 2013
  • Re: Filter Domain mailbox

    Rolf Lindby:Setting an autoreply for the misc mailbox could solve the notification part. Messages would still be in the mailbox, which is either a good or a bad thing, depending on your expectations. (I would probably like to have it that way so I could check what is being rejected.) Another option could be to replace the misc mailbox with an ...
    Posted to Mercury Community Support (Forum) by Phil on April 9, 2013
  • Filter Domain mailbox

    Hi there My Mercury32 is connected to a domain mailbox : all the messages to an address belonging to my domain are delivered to a single mailbox (at my isp), mercury downloads the emails messages and delivers each one to the proper mailbox (ie user1@domain.org is delivered to user1 mailbox etc).* When the user does not exist, Mercury put the ...
    Posted to Mercury Community Support (Forum) by Phil on April 8, 2013
  • Re: Deleting read messages left on server

    PaulW: An even simpler method would be to script a .cnm&nbsp;removal after the filedate is older than n&nbsp;days - where 'n' is chosen to fit in with the the characterisitics of the users.&nbsp; (I presume that the default setting of only offering ''unread'' mail is already in force!) Yes but how can you be sure that the mail has been ...
    Posted to Mercury Community Support (Forum) by Phil on March 26, 2013
  • Re: Deleting read messages left on server

    PaulW: kert2143: The majority of our users have, for some reason, marked their email client, usually outlook expess, to leave messages on server. Many mailboxes are now 10's of gigabytes in size. At one time, mercury would change the first character of a read message files name to a ''!''... It was easy to write a script that removed all of ...
    Posted to Mercury Community Support (Forum) by Phil on March 22, 2013
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