This article is talking about how an administrator can change a user’s email password and other settings. If you are an end user, you can change your own password in the Web Mail.
Login to our Linux Control Panel (See: [[How to use Linux Control Panel]])
Open the Email Mailbox page in Linux Control Panel
Click the mailbox you want to modify.
Change the settings here and then click Save
Send copy to
- This is used to copy incoming emails to Blackberry, Symbian or other classic mobile phones. Just input your mobile phone’s email address, such as 98765432@@pccwmobile.blackberry.com or email@example.com.
- If a user is having vocation, it can also be used to temporary copy emails to his/her assistant.
- Do not forward emails to Yahoo, Hotmail or other free email service providers. This is because, if they received enough junk mails from you, they will block you.
- Most users should use the “Normal level”. “Normal” is quite safe and can filter over 95% of junk mails.
- If users complain they did not receive some legitimate emails, you may change the filter level to Week or None.
- Please note, if you change it to None, you may also receive Virus.
- If you want to temporary disable a mailbox from receiving emails (due to mail bomb or whatever reason). You can un-check this box.
- It does not prevent users to login or send/receive emails using their email client. It only stop the mail server from receiving new emails from other mail servers.
- If you want to disable POP3 or IMAP connection for a users, you can do it here.
- Please note, if you disabled the IMAP protocol, Web Mail will not function.