E-Mail list

A mailing list may be easily created by clicking the Add button, which opens a tabbed modal dialogue in which the mailing list can be configured.

In the first page, you may give the mailing list a name, an address, and a description; in the second, you can add Members by simply typing their e-mail addresses into the test area.


E-mail addresses are auto-completed while typing.

Advanced parameters, such as limiting the members who are authorised to send e-mails to the list, policies for subscription and unsubscription requests, and the mailing list’s owners, can be adjusted under the third tab.

The last tab summarises the options: you may now return to any of the previous tabs and adjust some of the choices, or you can proceed to establish the mailing list.

After creating a mailing list, it may be further customised by adding aliases, which function similarly to e-mail accounts, updating the members and owners, and allowing chosen people access to send e-mails to the mailing list.


This page contains information about all accounts that are connected using the ActiveSync protocol. Some information is displayed for each connected device, including its unique Device ID and the time it was last connected. When you click any of the connections, you’ll get further information, such as client data and the device’s ABQ status (see ABQ – Allow/Block/Quarantine device control).

WIPE DEVICE (restore the connected device to factory settings), RESET DEVICE (log out the device from the account), and SUSPEND the connection are all options.

Account Restoration

The Restore Account function allows you to restore a mailbox’s contents and preferences exactly as they were when it was removed.

When a Restore Account is initiated, a new account (the Destination Account) is established, and all objects present in the source account at the time of deletion are restored in the destination account, including the folder structure and all user data. Unless the Apply HSM Policy after the restoration box is ticked, all recovered objects will be generated in the current main store.


When restoring data on a new account, shared items consistency is not preserved. This is because the original share rules refer to the original account’s UUID, not to the Destination Account, which has a completely different UUID.

To begin, enter an e-mail address in the text box or pick an account from the list.

Then, under the CONFIG tab, pick the following parameters to apply for the Restore:

  • Which date and time should the account be restored?
  • Whether to utilise the account’s most recent available status
  • If it is necessary to restore External Data Sources,
  • Choose an e-mail address to which a successful restore message will be sent.


This could be the alternate e-mail of the user whose account is being restored.