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The actual email messages are stored on disk in a raw MIME format. It has active support and development forums. Common features such as multiple-domain support, aliases, catch-all and basic mailing lists are present. Users can be authenticated both against the local hMailServer user system and against an external Active Directory. Deliver to recipients in MIME headers allows you to override who hMailServer deliveres the downloaded messages to. By default, hMailServer downloads the messages and puts them in the account in which you have created the external account. S/MIME stands for Secure/Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions, and provides an added layer of security for email sent to and from an Exchange ActiveSync (EAS) account. So let’s take a quick look on how to configure hMailServer. Configuration steps with Gmail SMTP. First of all we need to connect to the Mail Server using the hMailServer Administrator console. Let’s provide the password chosen at the installation time. the main console will greet us with a welcome and the option to add a Domain. We can
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Clik Finish to complete the installation of hMailServer. Configure hMailServer. After you have finished the installation, it’s time to start hMailServer Administrator (found in the start menu). The first thing you need to connect to different hMailServer installations in your network. Ensure that the Host name localhost is selected and click COM API can't handle inline images - The world’s leading This was caused by a somewhat complex MIME structure which hMailServer did not handle. What client/version are you using to send the mail? This comment has been minimized. Sign in to view. Copy link Quote reply Author visualperception commented Oct 9, 2014. Live Mail Version 2011 (Build 15.4.3502.0922)
@alemau5 We have this memory leak problem at 6 different companies now. Companies with Outlook 2016 always get this leak more but it also happens with one company that uses only Outlook 2010. Until this is fixed we worked around this by setting "Settings=>Performance=>Treading=>Max number of command treads" to 200 and restart hMailserver every hour.
The DLL can be found inside the hMailServer/bin folder, wherever your hMailServer application is installed. Here is the bundle which includes the Interop.hMailServer.dll. Authentication. The following code helps authenticate the hMailServer user and returns an instance of the application. (It's likely that it's related to how the message is constructed - Whether there is a single multipart/mixed content type and then a collection of MIME bodies beneath it, or if it's a more complex hierarchical structure with more levels of MIME bodies). I think it's very similar (if not the same) as the cause of issue #35. This was caused by a