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  • Re: How is a message delivered when To: header is missing?

    Hi Brian, Afaik the ''From:'' and ''To:'' fields are header infos only, means information for the user, but not necessary for the technical process of transportation. For the transportation the ''envelope to:'' is important, but the most e-mail clients are not showing this information to the user. Insofar I'm not sure whether Mercury is really ...
    Posted to Mercury Community Support (Forum) by Joerg on February 16, 2017
  • Re: Moving emails gets extremely slow

    You also should take into consideratin any attachments. You could have only 10 mails. But in case each mail has attachments of about 40 MB, the moving process can take a while. We receive a lot of e-mails containing big attachments and my lovely users often don't comply with our policy to remove the attachment after saving it. And that's why ...
    Posted to Pegasus Mail Community Support (Forum) by Joerg on February 15, 2017
  • Re: Spamhalter - Difference between "Excluding" and "Whitelisting"

    Hi Jyrki, This is interesting. Thanks for the hint. I was not aware about this possible difference in processing between receiver and sender. But nevertheless ''receiver'' could also mean local or remote receiver, and ''sender'' could also mean local or remote sender. This is not further specified, isn't it? Insofar both directions, incoming ...
    Posted to Mercury Community Support (Forum) by Joerg on February 14, 2017
  • Re: Spamhalter - Difference between "Excluding" and "Whitelisting"

    geby:I do not remember, why I add this option. Just someone need it. Maybe for some kind of white-honeypot. Hi Lukas, Thanks for your openness. Nevertheless a good piece of software which we appreciate every day.
    Posted to Mercury Community Support (Forum) by Joerg on February 3, 2017
  • Re: Spamhalter - Difference between "Excluding" and "Whitelisting"

    Hi Lukas, Many thanks for your swift reply. Now I understand the processing itself. But in case the ''exclude'' is the better way and ''whitelist'' cause to unwanted database updates, why you offer the ''whitelist'' as an additional option? Finally it doesn't matter to me as user, how Spamhalter ensure that certain sender addresses are not being ...
    Posted to Mercury Community Support (Forum) by Joerg on January 31, 2017
  • Re: Donations without PayPal?

    Some days ago we experienced also problems when trying to pay for a bigger Mercury Licence by PayPal from Germany. Every try, our PayPal transfer (with own PayPal login) to Australia was cancelled with an unspecific error message. Then I have tried to transfer the amount as described without PayPal login. But also this doesn't work because PayPal ...
    Posted to Pegasus Mail Community Support (Forum) by Joerg on January 31, 2017
  • Re: Moving Mercury from WinServer-2008-R2 to WinServer-2016

    Greenman:Enter your 2003 service tag on Dell's support site and under the Driver section check for a Dell Driver OS Pack for 2008. If one exists, you may be able to use a driver for the RAID array. Which RAID card do you have installed? Hi Greenman, Thanks for the hint. I'm aware the DELL Service Tag and the opportunity to check for driver ...
    Posted to Mercury Community Support (Forum) by Joerg on January 25, 2017
  • Spamhalter - Difference between "Excluding" and "Whitelisting"

    Hi guys, Every time I have to add mail addresses or domains for excluding from processing to Spamhalter, I'm wondering which Spamhalter setting section I should use for this task. I could add the address/domain to the list ''Exclude from processing'' or to the list ''Whitelist senders'' (or to both). But from my point of view both things cause ...
    Posted to Mercury Community Support (Forum) by Joerg on January 24, 2017
  • Re: Moving Mercury from WinServer-2008-R2 to WinServer-2016

    Filippo72:What about cleaning up your old server of all the software except Mercury, and then converting it in a virtual machine to be run on your new hardware? Hi Filippo72, thanks for your reply. But I'm not a friend of virtualization. Until now I do not understand the sense of VMs for simple single server applications. Ok, where internet ...
    Posted to Mercury Community Support (Forum) by Joerg on January 24, 2017
  • Re: Moving Mercury from WinServer-2008-R2 to WinServer-2016

    Brian Fluet: I have always had Mercury running on a dedicated PC instead of on the server.&nbsp; When I first set it up my thinking was that my server was to be solely a file server.&nbsp; The only shared app that ran off of it then was Pegasus Mail.&nbsp; Not much as changed since then except the hardware and OSes.&nbsp; As you know, replacing ...
    Posted to Mercury Community Support (Forum) by Joerg on January 10, 2017
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