This page defines how 1EAV resolves the mail server address.
There are three options:
- Simple host resolution: user@host[:port]. In this case an email client sends the explicit address of the
mail mail server
via the username.
- Fixed server. Should be used only if "simple host
resolution" method doesn't work for any reason. For example, if you
have other antivirus or antispam program between the email client and 1EAV,
and that other program can't transfer "user@host" type of the
username from the email client to 1EAV. For obvious reasons, this option can
not be used if you have email accounts on more than one mail server.
- Server is resolved via user login. Should be used when the former
two methods don't work. In this case the address of a server is resolved by the username (login) value. "Force login" field is required when
you have two or more accounts with the same username located on
different servers, this is the value of username that 1EAV sends to the mail server. For example,
if you had "paul" account on both
server1.com and server2.com. Then you could make these settings:
See also: How to set up email client.