Outlook Connector for MDaemon
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Outlook Connector for MDaemon opens up the groupware collaboration functions of Microsoft Outlook by using MDaemon as the email server. With Outlook Connector for MDaemon you can stay in touch with employees, co-workers, customers, and vendors by sharing these Outlook features.
Share Outlook messages, calendars, contacts, distribution lists, notes, tasks, and more using MDaemon as the mail server.
MDaemon Connector for Outlook works with popular Outlook features, including message grouping and search folders.
business collaboration features without complex and expensive professional IT support requirements.
Detailed configuration options provide fine-tuning controls for experienced users and IT professionals
Out-of-Office Assistant for MDaemon Connector for Outlook makes it easy to create and enable vacation messages or auto-responders.
Options for sharing vary from only showing the availability of the information to allowing complete control to add, change and delete.
Use the thumbs-up and thumbs-down buttons to flag messages as spam or non-spam.
Advanced settings of MDaemon Connector for Outlook include SSL, TLS, and SMTP Authentication settings for secure email communications.
pricing designed for flexibility and affordability. MDaemon Connector for Outlook includes one year of Software License Renewal.
Outlook Connector versions 4.0.0 and above introduces the ability to push client settings to Outlook Connector users from the MDaemon server. There are instances where users will need to have the ability to override pushed settings and the steps to do so are provided below. To override pushed settings for Outlook Connector users, open MDaemon, and follow the steps below; Select SetupSelect Outlook ConnectorSelect OC Client SettingsCheck the Allow OC users to override pushed settings checkboxClick Ok
This article explains how to use Group Policy in Active Directory to deploy the Outlook Connector Client (MSI) to machines connected to the domain.Download the appropriate MSI install file from our download section here: http://www.altn.com/Downloads/ExistingCustomers/Outlook-Connector-MSI-Client/Log on to the server computer as an administratorCreate a shared network folder and assign the appropriate permissions to the folder for the users to access it.Place the MSI file you downloaded in Step 1 in the above folderLaunch the Control PanelSelect Administrative ToolsClick Active Directory Users and ComputersRight Click on the domainClick PropertiesClick the Group Policy tabSelect OpenSelect ActionsSelect Create and Link a GPO Here...Type the name of the Group Policy Object (For example: Outlook connector MSI)Double Click the Group Policy Object and edit the Scope if necessary to include the computers that you wish to assign the MSI toRight Click the Group Policy Object you created and click EditExpand Software Settings under Computer ConfigurationRight Click Software installationSelect NewClick PackageType the full UNC path of the shared folder you created in step 3 (Do not browse out to the folder, for example: \\server01\install\ComAgentInstall.msi)Click OpenSelect AssignedClick OKWhen the client computer starts, the Outlook Connector Client is automatically installed. Additional CommentsNote: The setup and configuration of the Outlook Connector MSI via Group Policy is NOT supported by technical support
Starting with version 2.2.0 of Outlook Connector, a feature has been added which allows you to compact the database file used by Outlook Connector, the localcache.db. This reduces the size of the database file and can speed the performance of Outlook with Outlook Connector.To compact the database file: Outlook 2007: Exit Outlook if the program is openClick StartClick Control PanelDouble click 'Mail' Click the 'Show Profiles' button Select your Outlook Connector profile Click PropertiesClick the 'E-mail Accounts' button Highlight the Outlook Connector MAPI account on the Account Settings windowClick Change Click the Miscellaneous tabNear the bottom of the window click the 'Compact' button Click Yes on the dialog stating 'This process could take several seconds to several minutes depending on the size of the database. Do you want to continue? When the process is through, you will be presented a 'Compact completed successfully' windowClick OKCancel, close or click OK on the remaining windows.Outlook 2003: Exit Outlook if the program is openClick StartClick Control PanelDouble click 'Mail'Click the 'Show Profiles' buttonSelect your Outlook Connector profileClick PropertiesClick the 'E-mail Accounts' buttonOn the E-mail Account window, click 'View or change existing mail accounts'Click NextHighlight the Outlook Connector accountClick the 'Change...' buttonClick the Miscellaneous tabNear the bottom of the window click the 'Compact' buttonClick Yes on the dialog stating 'This process could take several seconds to several minutes depending on the size of the database. Do you want to continue?When the process is through, you will be presented a 'Compact completed successfully' windowClick OKCancel, close or click OK on the remaining windows.
Public folders are folders which are not directly linked to any specific user and are used for things such as centralized contact folders, holiday calendars or conference room bookings. Access to these folders can be controlled by an administrator assigning appropriate permissions to users on the MDaemon server.By default, the public folders are stored on the MDaemon server.The default path to the directory which contains the public folder data is: \MDaemon\Public Folders\ Additional comments:Original Text:The public folders are stored on the MDaemon server.Modified Text:By default, the public folders are stored on the MDaemon server.The default path to the directory which contains the public folder data is: \MDaemon\Public Folders\
In Outlook Connector 2.1.0, Outlook Connector added support for system folder names (Drafts, Calendar, Contacts, etc) being translated in Outlook but in English on the server. This is to prevent duplicate folders when WorldClient is using English folder names on the server. This is enabled by default for languages that do not have a localized MDaemon (Danish, Dutch, Finnish, Norwegian, and Swedish). To enable it for another language, after creating the Outlook Connector account, but before starting Outlook with it, edit the account's 'config.xml' and change the switch '' from 0 to 1. Depending on the Operating System of the client machine, the path should be:\Application Data\Alt-N\Outlook Connector 2.0\Accounts\$PROFILE NAME$\firstname.lastname@example.org