You can tune the WebUser Interface by modifying settings on the Settings pages.
The Settings pages contain options that customize Accesses to Mailboxes, Mailbox Browsing, Message Browsing, and Messaging Composing.
These pages also contain some generic settings:
- The Interface ("Skin") to use.
- The security options used to protect your WebUser sessions.
- The character set options.
The WebUser Interface Settings page contains a link to the Account Mailbox Subscription and Mailbox Aliases page.
- Use this setting to specify the Layout ("Skin") of the WebUser Interface. Select the Basic option to use the default ("unnamed") Skin. When you change the Layout setting, you need to Logout and Login again to use the newly selected Skin.
- Use this setting to specify the Language to use on the selected Skin. The menu shows all Languages available for the selected Skin.
Require Fixed Network Address
- Select this option to enable the Network Address security check. When this option is enabled, the Server remembers the Network Address you logged in from, and then all HTTP requests to the established WebUser Interface session must come from the same Network Address, otherwise requests are rejected.
- Note: Do NOT select this option if you plan to connect from the AOL network or other networks that use outgoing HTTP proxies.
- Note: You can disable the Network Address security check when you login.
- Select this option to enable HTTP "cookie"-based security check. When this option is enabled, some "cookie" information is sent to your browser when you login, and the browser resends that information back to the CommuniGate Pro server every time you access a WebUser Interface session page. Other browsers cannot access your WebUser Interface session even if they connect from the same Network Address, as they do not posses the proper "cookie" information.
- Note: Do NOT select this option if you plan to use browsers that do not support "cookies".
- Note: You can disable the "cookie" security check when you login.
- Use this setting to select the time zone you are working in. The WebUser Interface and XIMSS clients will use the select time zone to show the date and time values.