In the Mail Config menu, you have an overview of your reseller's mail configuration.
Use the radio buttons to switch between existing configurations, or click on Add Config to set up a new one. You can also click on the name of an existing config to edit it.
If you are a sub reseller of a reseller, you will also have a Provider default configuration. This is the same mail configuration that your reseller uses. You cannot change or delete this, but you can add new ones.
Adding and editing a config is done in this pop-up window:
You have to fill out the following fields:
Name: the name of the configuration as it will appear in the Mail config menu (like "Provider Default").
Server address: the address of your mail server.
Server port: the port your mail server communicates through.
Default sender: the email address that will send the system emails.
Username: the username of the default sender (usually same as default sender). Input any random string if your mail server does not require authentication.
Password: the password of the default sender. Input any random string if your mail server does not require authentication.
Encoding: the type of encoding your emails will use.
Use SSL: if turned on, your emails will be encrypted using SSL/TLS.
When you are finished with setting up your mail config, it makes sense to test it. Type in your email address in the bottom-most text field and click on the Send Test Mail button next to it. The system will now send you a mail using this configuration.
If everything is correct, don't forget to click Save, and select your new config!
✔ You can change to the new mail configuration by selecting it. A green Success notification should appear in the top-right corner.
✔ You can edit any mail config, except the default one, by clicking on its name in the list.
✔ You can delete any mail config, except the default one, by clicking on its name, then clicking the Delete button in the pop-up.