When the CommuniGate Pro service is added to a Mail Profile, the service settings can be configured. Later you can open the Mail control panel, open this Profile, and open the CommuniGate Pro Server settings. You can also use the Services item in the Outlook Tools menu to open the service settings.
The Server panel allows you to specify the CommuniGate Pro Server and Account data:
Server Name: The name of your CommuniGate Pro Server. This should be a domain (DNS) name that has an A-record pointing to the network (IP) address of the server.
Note: the MAPI Connector adds this name to the Account Name (see below) to send fully-qualified account names to the Server. This feature simplifies multi-domain support using a single IP address. Make sure that the specified name is either a name of some CommuniGate Pro Domain, or a name of some CommuniGate Pro Domain Alias, otherwise the Server will report the account has been moved to a remote system error.
Server Port: The network port the CommuniGate Pro Server uses for MAPI clients. This is the same port as the port used for IMAP clients.
Use a Secure (SSL/TLS) connection: If this option is selected, the MAPI Connector establishes a regular (clear text) network connection to the specified Server port, and uses the STARTTLS command to encrypt all data sent between the workstation and the Server. STARTTLS allows you to use the same server IMAP port for both clear text and secure connections.
If this option is selected, and the specified Server Port is 993 (the standard port number for secure IMAP), then the MAPI Connector establishes a secure connection to that port. This method should be used if the only port available on the server is the secure IMAP port.
See the PKI section for more details.
Use Windows Integrated Authentication (Kerberos): Select this option if your Windows workstation is a member of a Windows/Active Directory Domain or is controlled by some other Kerberos KDC. The MAPI Connector will use your Windows username and credentials to connect to the CommuniGate Pro server. If you want to use this option, make sure that:
Use the Following Authentication details: Select this option if you want to specify the Account name explicitly.
Account Name: The name of the CommuniGate Pro Account to work with. This name can be a qualified name in the accountName@domainName form. If the simple name form is used (the name does not