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).

Password: the password of the default sender.

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! 

Note The use SSL option is not restricted to specific versions of SSL or TLS. It only requires that the mail server that you are using can communicate with your provider's server using a mutual SSL/TLS version.

✔    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.