Enabling email transfers

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Email transfers may be enabled in the Settings > Email panel.  For a user to be able to perform ad-hoc email transfers:


1.The Enable email service option must be enabled in the Settings > Email > Email panel (see Figure 91);
2.The Enable ad-hoc email transfers option must be enabled in the Settings > Email > Ad-Hoc File Transfer panel (see Figure 147); and
3.The Enable ad-hoc transfers > Settings > Share files via email option must be enabled (checked) for the specified user account at the domain level. See the adding users link at the bottom of the page for more information on that topic.


Figure 91





Enable email service - Enables email


Email Server


Host/IP - The hostname or IP of the SMTP server.


Port - The port of the SMTP server.


Connection type - The type of connection to use.  PLAIN indicates a plain-text SMTP session.  SSL and START-TLS are encrypted SMTP sessions.  Consult your SMTP server documentation for details on what connection types are supported.


Username - Optional username to use if SMTP server requires authentication.


Password - Optional password to use if SMTP server requires authentication.


Debug file - Optional debug file for use in debugging SMTP server problems.




From - Optional From address used when sending emails.


Reply To - Optional Reply-To address used when sending emails.  This may be overridden by user when performing ad-hoc email transfers.




Encrypt with PGP key - Optional encryption key for use in OpenPGP encrypting outbound email messages.


Sign with PGP key - Optional signing key for use in OpenPGP signing outbound email messages.



Figure 147






Ad-Hoc Email File Transfer Settings


Enable ad-hoc email transfer - Check to enable email transfers.




Link expiration range - The minimum and maximum values that will be displayed to user for setting email link expiration.


Max downloads default - If maximum downloads are enabled then this is the default value supplied in web interface.


Enable password protection - Check to password protect email links.


Datastore Settings - Specify how ad hoc email transfer records are stored.


Allowed Recipients


Allow recipients listed as public contacts - Email addresses for public contacts created in Contacts module will be automatically allowed.


Allow recipients in specified TLD -  Email addresses which belong to specified TLD (top level domains) will be allowed.



See also


Sharing Files (via Email, Internal and Copy Link)

Adding users

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