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Outlook Connector for MDaemon

How do I setup the Outlook Connector Client?

You can download the Outlook Connector client installer from WorldClient. After installing following the next 12 steps, read the information below that applies to your version of Outlook to complete the initial set up.

  1. To log into WorldClient, open a web browser and enter in http://192.168.0.1:3000 and press Enter.(The IP address 192.168.0.1 is an example for the IP address of the WorldClient machine. The ':3000' of the URL entered is the port number of WorldClient. You will need to replace these values, if necessary, with what is in use on your network.)
  2. In the user name box type the email address you were given for your account. (Ex: bobby@domain.com)
  3. In the password box type the password you were given for your account.
  4. Click the Sign In button(or press enter if using IE)
  5. Click on Options.
  6. Click on Outlook Connector.
  7. Click on 'Download Outlook Connector'.
  8. For the save file location, choose your Desktop so it is easy to find the file.
  9. Make sure that Outlook is shut down, and double-click the OutlookPluginInstall.exe to start the installation process.
  10. On the Welcome screen, click Next to start.
  11. Review the End User License Agreement. If you agree then click I Agree to continue.
  12. The file copy process will begin when you click Next at the Ready to Install screen.
  13. After the files copy, the Finish screen displays. Click Finish to complete the installation.


For Outlook 2013 

  1. Click on Start.
  2. Click Settings
  3. Click Control Panel
  4. Double click Mail
  5. Click on Show Profiles...
  6. Click the Add... button
  7. Type in a profile name (Ex: Outlook Connector) and click OK.
  8. Select the box for Manually configure server settings... and click Next.
  9. Select the button for Other and then select Outlook Connector 2.3. Click Next.
  10. In the User Information section
    1. Enter your name in the 'Your Name:' field.
    2. Enter your organization or company name in the 'Organization:' field.
    3. Enter your e-mail Address in the 'E-mail Address:' field.
  11. In the Account Settings section
    1. In the Incoming Mail (IMAP): field, enter the IP address or host name of your MDaemon server.
    2. In the Outgoing Mail (SMTP): field, enter the IP address or host name of your MDaemon server.
    3. Enter your user name (email address) in the 'User Name:' field.
    4. Enter your password in the 'Password' field.
    5. Click 'Test Account Settings'.
  12. If the response from the test is successful, Click OK.
    1. If the test fails and you receive the error 'Unable to connect to server', verify the IP address or host name of your MDaemon server.
    2. If the test fails and you receive the error 'Authentication Failed', verify the User name and password are entered correctly.
  13. Click OK.
  14. Back on the Mail Profile Manager screen, make sure that your new account is selected for Always use this profile.
  15. Click OK.


For Outlook 2010

  1. Click on Start.
  2. Click Settings
  3. Click Control Panel
  4. Double click Mail
  5. Click on Show Profiles...
  6. Click the Add... button
  7. Type in a profile name (Ex: Outlook Connector) and click OK.
  8. Select the box for Manually configure server settings... and click Next.
  9. Select the button for Other and then select Outlook Connector. Click Next.
  10. In the User Information section
    1. Enter your name in the 'Your Name:' field.
    2. Enter your organization or company name in the 'Organization:' field.
    3. Enter your e-mail Address in the 'E-mail Address:' field.
  11. In the Account Settings section
    1. In the Incoming Mail (IMAP): field, enter the IP address or host name of your MDaemon server.
    2. In the Outgoing Mail (SMTP): field, enter the IP address or host name of your MDaemon server.
    3. Enter your user name (email address) in the 'User Name:' field.
    4. Enter your password in the 'Password' field.
    5. Click 'Test Account Settings'.
  12. If the response from the test is successful, Click OK.
    1. If the test fails and you receive the error 'Unable to connect to server', verify the IP address or host name of your MDaemon server.
    2. If the test fails and you receive the error 'Authentication Failed', verify the User name and password are entered correctly.
  13. Click OK.
  14. Back on the Mail Profile Manager screen, make sure that your new account is selected for Always use this profile.
  15. Click OK.


For Outlook 2007

  1. Click on Start.
  2. Click Settings
  3. Click Control Panel
  4. Double click Mail
  5. Click on Show Profiles...
  6. Click the Add... button
  7. Type in a profile name (Ex: Outlook Connector) and click OK.
  8. Select the box for Manually configure server settings... and click Next.
  9. Select the button for Other and then select Outlook Connector. Click Next.
  10. In the User Information section
    1. Enter your name in the 'Your Name:' field.
    2. Enter your organization or company name in the 'Organization:' field.
    3. Enter your e-mail Address in the 'E-mail Address:' field.
  11. In the Account Settings section
    1. In the Incoming Mail (IMAP): field, enter the IP address or host name of your MDaemon server.
    2. In the Outgoing Mail (SMTP): field, enter the IP address or host name of your MDaemon server.
    3. Enter your user name (email address) in the 'User Name:' field.
    4. Enter your password in the 'Password' field.
    5. Click 'Test Account Settings'.
  12. If the response from the test is successful, Click OK.
    1. If the test fails and you receive the error 'Unable to connect to server', verify the IP address or host name of your MDaemon server.
    2. If the test fails and you receive the error 'Authentication Failed', verify the User name and password are entered correctly.
  13. Click OK.
  14. Back on the Mail Profile Manager screen, make sure that your new account is selected for Always use this profile.
  15. Click OK.


For Outlook 2002/2003

  1. Click on Start.
  2. Click Settings.
  3. Click Control Panel.
  4. Double click the Mail icon.
  5. Click Show Profiles.
  6. Click on Add.
  7. Type in a Profile name (Ex: Outlook Connector).
  8. Select 'Add a new e-mail account'.
  9. Click Next.
  10. Select 'Additional Server Types'.
  11. Click Next.
  12. Select 'Outlook Connector for MDaemon 2.1'.
  13. Click Next.
  14. Select the 'General' tab.
  15. In the User Information section
    1. Enter your name in the 'Your Name:' field.
    2. Enter your organization or company name in the 'Organization:' field.
    3. Enter your e-mail Address in the 'E-mail Address:' field.
  16. In the Account Settings section
    1. In the Incoming Mail (IMAP): field, enter the IP address or host name of your MDaemon server.
    2. In the Outgoing Mail (SMTP): field, enter the IP address or host name of your MDaemon server.
    3. Enter your user name (email address) in the 'User Name:' field.
    4. Enter your password in the 'Password' field.
    5. Click 'Test Account Settings'.
  17. If the response from the test is successful, Click OK.
    1. If the test fails and you receive the error 'Unable to connect to server', verify the IP address or host name of your MDaemon server.
    2. If the test fails and you receive the error 'Authentication Failed', verify the User name and password are entered correctly.
  18. Click OK.
  19. Back on the Mail Profile Manager screen, make sure that your new account is selected for Always use this profile.
  20. Click OK.



Comments


Outlook Connector requires Windows 7 or higher and Outlook 2003 or higher to function.

If you are planning to import data from a PST file, make sure to run scanpst.exe on the file first and compact the folders to help prevent corrupted messages from being imported into the OC profile.  Scanpst is located under C:\Program Files\Common Files\System\MSMAPI\1033 and comes with Outlook.  Note that multiple passes with scanpst may be needed.

The incoming and outgoing server can be the same information you use to connect to WorldClient.



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