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Tag: Microsoft SMTP

iQ.Suite Exchange/SMTP: Windows Registry files

Windows Registry files are used to run iQ.Suite Exchange/SMTP. Where are these located? Learn more >>

iQ.Suite Exchange/SMTP: Identify the iQ.Suite Version number

How can the version number of a currently installed iQ.Suite Exchange/SMTP be identified? Learn more >>

Discontinued versions of iQ.Suite

Which versions of iQ.Suite are currently supported and which versions have been officially discontinued? Learn more >>

iQ.Suite Exchange/SMTP: Installation of license file

How should a license file be installed in iQ.Suite Exchange/SMTP? Learn more >>

iQ.Suite Update Manager: System requirements

Which operating systems are supported by the iQ.Suite Update Manager? Learn more >>

Automatic synchronisation of iQ.Suite configurations

The share-drive (shared folders or drives) has been a tried-and-tested solution for the application of uniform iQ.Suite configurations to multiple serves. Learn more >>

Central and automatic solution to email formatting problems

Time and time again, users receive emails containing a “winmail.dat” file attachment. The problem: The information contained in them (e.g. Office-/PDF-Dokumente, etc.) cannot be opened by the user. Learn more >>

Automatic adjustment of recipient addresses

iQ.Suite Wall allows email properties to be automatically modified using "Regular Expressions". For example, email recipient domains can be modified. Learn more >>

Deleting email headers with iQ.Suite

With Version 11 of iQ.Suite Exchange/SMTP, it is now possible to delete email headers. This can be used, for example, when read requests should be removed from incoming emails. Learn more >>

Using iQ.Suite jobs at specific times

You may not want to use certain security functions of iQ.Suite permanently, keeping them active or inactive at specific times. Read in the following pages how to meet this requirement. Learn more >>