Use this tab to configure how CS4N should save messages sent manually in the sender's personal mail file.
|Storage options for storing email in a personal mailbox|
The selected options will be taken into account when:
Always save without attachments
A copy of the e-mail is saved in the personal mail file of the sender. The copy does not contain any attachments.
Always save messages including attachments
A copy of the e-mail is saved in the personal mail file of the sender. The copy includes all attachments. (Note: Please take mail file size quotas into account when using this option. Also, you might want to activate DAOS on your Domino Server to keep mail file size low.)
Let the user decide
The user can decide how to deal with each message individually. When using this mode, the threshold values apply that can be set below.
|Activate Warning Threshold||Activate or deactivate the check of the total message size against the warning threshold.|
|Show a warning when exceeding||Warning threshold size in Mbyte. If the message size exceeds this value, a warning will be shown to the user and display the total message size.|
|Maximum Total Message Size||Maximum Size in Mbyte. If the message exceeds this limit, the original message cannot be saved in the personal mail file.|
|Hide "Send" button||Show or hide the "Send" button in the CS4N e-mail form.|
|Hide "Send and file" button||Show or hide the "Send and file" button in the CS4N e-mail form.|
|E-Mail Storage in the personal mailbox|
Select how Cryptshare should generally file messages in the personal mail file.
No copy of the email is saved in the sender's outbox.
A copy of the e-mail is always saved in the outbox of the sender.
User will always be asked whether a copy of the e-mail should be saved in the outbox of the sender.
Client - Setting:
Personal save options for Notes mail will have priority, therefore the "Storage options" settings above may have no effect.
Saving file attachments to your personal mailbox is performed taking into account the options listed in the "General E-Mail Storage Options" section.