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= Overview =
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MailStore provides several ways to access archived emails:   
 
MailStore provides several ways to access archived emails:   
  
== Access Using MailStore Client Software ==
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== Accessing the Archive with the MailStore Client Software ==
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[[File:Access client.png|right|250px]]
  
 
MailStore Client is a Windows application that can be installed on any number of user computers (depending on the license purchased). Of all the options for accessing the archive, MailStore Client provides the largest range of functions: Not only can users browse and view their emails but, depending on the privileges assigned to them, set up and execute archiving and exporting tasks.   
 
MailStore Client is a Windows application that can be installed on any number of user computers (depending on the license purchased). Of all the options for accessing the archive, MailStore Client provides the largest range of functions: Not only can users browse and view their emails but, depending on the privileges assigned to them, set up and execute archiving and exporting tasks.   
  
== Access Using Microsoft Outlook Integration ==
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With a MailStore add-in, users can access the archive directly from Microsoft Outlook. The add-in can be included in the installation of MailStore Client.
 
 
 
== Access Using Web Access ==
 
 
 
MailStore Web Access provides access to the archive using an internet browser. This has the advantage that no additional software needs to be installed on the user machines. In addition to browsing and viewing emails, web access also offers access through the folder structure and functions for restoring emails from the archive.
 
 
 
== Access Using iPhone and iPod touch ==
 
 
 
Users can access the archive using their iPhone or iPod touch using a version of MailStore Web Access specialized for these devices.
 
 
 
= MailStore Client =
 
 
 
= Searching by Folder Structure =
 
 
 
MailStore stores all archived emails in a MailStore-specific folder structure, in which emails are displayed using the same structure as their corresponding source application. This means that folders created in the source application (e.g. Microsoft Outlook) are not changed during the archiving process and can be found easily in MailStore as well.
 
 
 
[[File:accs_folders_01.png|left|250px]]
 
 
== User Archives ==
 
 
 
For every user, MailStore creates a folder called ''My Archive'' on the highest level of the folder structure. Each folder corresponds to the user archive of the respective user and contains all his or her emails.
 
 
 
If the user has access to the archives of other users, their folders are listed as Archive of ''<User Name>''.
 
 
 
== Opening a User Archive ==
 
 
 
To open a folder, click on the plus sign [+] next to the folder name (as is done in Windows Explorer). Proceed the same with any subfolders.
 
 
 
== Viewing the Emails in a Folder ==
 
 
 
To view the emails in a folder, simply click on the folder name. The emails will be listed below the folder structure.
 
 
 
Click on the text Sorted by: <value> to change the order in which emails are displayed. Emails can be sorted according to:
 
 
 
*Date
 
*From/To (sender/recipient of the email)
 
*Subject
 
 
 
Click on the Field to the right of ''Sorted by'' (called ''New to old'' in the graphic) to reverse the order in which emails are arranged. By default, the latest email is displayed first.
 
 
 
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== Number of Emails Contained in a Folder ==
 
 
 
The number of emails in the current folder is shown below the list of messages.
 
 
 
== Refreshing the View ==
 
 
 
To refresh the list of folders, click on a folder and press F5 on your keyboard.
 
 
 
Click on the folder again to refresh the list of emails.
 
 
 
== Creating, Renaming and Deleting Folders ==
 
 
 
Information about how to create, rename and delete folders is available in chapter The MailStore Folder Structure.
 
 
 
= Quick Search =
 
 
 
With MailStore's integrated quick search feature, users can browse through all emails in all user archive where they have access to. Quick search is especially suitable for simple queries. Alternatively, an Extended Search  can be used.
 
 
 
[[File:accs_quicksearch_01.png|left|250px]]
 
 
== Using Quick Search ==
 
 
 
Quick search is located in the upper left area of the application window. Simply enter one or more keywords into the search field and click on Search or press Enter. Search results are displayed in the lower left area or the window. If a keyword appears in the header or the subject line, it is highlighted.
 
 
 
== Searching for Word Fragments ==
 
 
 
To view all emails containing a particular word fragment, use the wildcard character ( * ). For example:
 
 
 
auto*
 
 
 
would locate "auto", "automatic", "automobile" and others.
 
 
 
== Searching for Phrases ==
 
 
 
To search for words appearing consecutively and in a certain order, use quotation marks ( "" ). For example:
 
 
 
"Microsoft Windows"
 
 
 
would only locate Microsoft Windows, not Microsoft Works or Windows 95.
 
 
 
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== Narrowing by Fields ==
 
 
 
A search for keywords or phrases can be limited to particular fields. For example:
 
 
 
subject:News                only in Subject
 
from:john@mailstore.com      only in From
 
to:michael@mailstore.com    only in To
 
cc:lisa@mailstore.com        only in Cc
 
bcc:customers@mailstore.com  only in Bcc
 
 
 
== Excluding Words ==
 
 
 
To narrow a search, it may be desired to specify words that must NOT be present in the emails. To exclude keywords from the search results, simply place a minus ( - ) sign in front of them. For example:
 
 
 
ZDNet -download-hint
 
 
 
would locate all emails from ZDNet, but not download-hint.
 
 
 
== Combining Search Options ==
 
 
 
The search options described above can also be combined. For example:
 
 
 
ZDNET -"Daily Update"
 
 
 
would locate all emails from ZDNet which do not contain the consecutive words Daily Update.
 
 
 
= Extended Search =
 
 
 
With MailStore's integrated extended search, complex search processes can be carried out. Not only can the email content be searched but also parameters such as date and email size.
 
 
 
== Using the Extended Search ==
 
 
 
In the MailStore application window, click on Search Email. Specify the search criteria for the emails that are to be included in the results. The criteria are AND-connected, meaning that the search results include only those emails that satisfy all criteria specified. Click on Search to start the search.
 
 
 
[[File:accs_extsearch_01.png|center|500px]]
 
 
 
== Search Criteria under "Extended Search - Search For" ==
 
 
 
Enter a keyword or phrase into the text field, and specify where MailStore is to direct the search.The following options are available:
 
 
 
*'''Subject''' - The subject line of the email is searched.
 
*'''Sender/Recipient''' - The fields "From", "To", "Cc", and "Bcc" are searched.
 
*'''Message body''' - The text-only or HTML sections of the email are searched (depending on availability).
 
*'''Attachments''' - The file names of the email attachments are searched.
 
*'''Attachment contents''' - The contents of the email attachments are searched. If and to what extent attachments can be searched depends on the indexing options specified (under ''Administrative Tools'').
 
 
 
In the textfield ''Search for'', all options described in section Quick Search, such as phrases and wildcards, are available here as well.
 
 
 
== Search Criteria under "General" ==
 
 
 
Under ''General'', the following options are available:
 
 
 
*'''Folder''' - The folder to be searched by MailStore can be selected here. By default, this is the main folder of the current user. By clicking the button to the right of the text field, folders can also be selected using the folder structure. As administrator, the folders of all users can be searched.
 
*'''Include subfolder''' - If selected, MailStore not only searches the selected folder (e.g. ''Inbox''), but all subfolders created therein (e.g. ''Inbox / Projects 2008 / Profit Optimization'') as well.
 
*'''From''' - Any keywords or email addresses entered here are searched for only within the email's sender field.
 
*'''To/Cc/Bcc''' - Any keywords or email addresses entered here are searched for only within the email's recipient fields.
 
*'''Date''' - The timeframe the search is to cover can be selected here. Either a predefined range, such as ''Yesterday'' or ''This year'', can be selected or, by choosing ''Custom'', a specific period can be specified manually. In this case, the start and end dates will be included.
 
 
 
In the fields ''From'' and ''To/Cc/Bcc'', all options, such as phrases and wildcards, described in section Quick Search are available.
 
 
 
== Search Criteria under "Extended" ==
 
 
 
Under Extended, the following options are available:
 
 
 
*'''Messages with/without attachments''' - By default, all messages are searched, regardless of whether or not they have any file attachments. Clear one of the check boxes to remove certain emails, such as those without attachments, from the results. '''Important:''' These searches can be imprecise at times because items like background pictures could be regarded as attachments.
 
*'''Size''' - By default, all messages are searched regardless of their size. Use the appropriate fields provided to limit the search according to the size of the emails, e.g. at least ''5 MB'' or between ''400 and 600 KB''.
 
*'''Priority''' - Emails are searched according to the priority level of the email as assigned by the sender. When choosing ''Low'', all emails with a priority level lower than ''Normal'' are returned, when choosing High, all emails with a priority level higher than ''Normal are returned''. Emails not containing any information regarding priority are assumed to have a priority level of ''Normal''.
 
 
 
== Starting the Search ==
 
 
 
Click on ''Search'' to start the search. Results are displayed in a list in the left section of the main window.
 
 
 
== Refining the Search Results ==
 
 
 
Click on ''Extended Search'' again to further narrow the results after a search has been executed. Specify any additional search criteria and click on ''Search'' once more.
 
 
 
== Starting a New Search ==
 
 
 
Click on ''New Query'' to start a new search. All search criteria will be reset to their default values (i.e. an unrestricted search of the folders of the current user).
 
 
 
== Saving Search Criteria for Reuse ==
 
 
 
Search criteria that are used repeatedly (such as "all receipts from last month") can be saved and reused at a later time: In the upper area of the application window, click on ''Save Criteria'' and provide a meaningful name for the search. To access, edit or restart the search, click on ''Load Criteria''.
 
 
 
To rename or delete saved search criteria, click on ''Manage Criteria''.
 
 
 
= Email Preview =
 
 
 
MailStore offers an integrated email preview displaying emails the same way as standard email applications. To activate the preview, simply click on an email or use the arrow keys to highlight the desired email in the list.
 
 
 
[[File:accs_preview_01.png|center|350px]]
 
 
 
The menu bar above the email preview shows all functions available for the email currently displayed.
 
 
 
== Open in... ==
 
 
 
In order to forward or reply to an email, users can temporarily restore the current email in the MailStore preview to an email application. The following options are available:
 
 
 
*Open in Outlook
 
*Open in Windows Mail / Outlook Express
 
*Open in Windows Live Mail
 
*Open in Thunderbird
 
 
 
Please note: Emails are simply opened, not stored, in the application. To restore emails to an email application, please use MailStore's Export Feature.
 
 
 
== Print ==
 
 
 
Using the print function, the email currently displayed will be printed including header information such as Date and Subject.
 
 
 
== Save ==
 
 
 
Click on Save as to save the current email in any Windows folder. Emails can be saved in the following file formats:
 
 
 
*'''RFC822 EML''' - These files can be opened independently from MailStore by double-clicking and can be moved to applications such as Outlook Express by drag & drop.
 
*'''Outlook MSG''' - These files can be opened with or imported to all versions of Microsoft Outlook (not Outlook Express) directly.
 
 
 
== Export ==
 
 
Using the Export feature, the current email can be exported to other applications, such as Microsoft Outlook, forwarded using SMTP, or burned to a CD. Additional information about this topic is available in section Exporting Emails.
 
 
 
== Internet Headers... ==
 
 
 
Click on Internet Headers to view the header of the current email, including all MIME parts. Hold down the SHIFT key while clicking on Internet Headers to view the entire source code of the message.
 
 
 
== Delete (only with the appropriate privilege) ==
 
 
 
Click on Delete to delete the current email from the archive. Please keep in mind that, in order to use this function, the appropriate privilege has to be in place.
 
 
 
= Reopening Emails in an Email Application =
 
 
 
Emails previewed in MailStore can be reopened in any email application to reply to or forward them. Simply click on Email Commands and select one of the following options:
 
 
 
[[File:accs_openclient_01.png|right|250px]]
 
 
 
*Open in Outlook
 
*Open in Windows Mail / Outlook Express
 
*Open in Windows Live Mail
 
*Open in Mozilla Thunderbird
 
 
 
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Please note: Emails are simply opened, not stored, in the application. To restore emails to an email application, please use MailStore's Export Feature.
 
 
 
= Exporting Emails =
 
 
 
MailStore provides several functions regarding the export of archived emails. Emails can be exported directly into server mailboxes, or to the file system as individual email files (EML or MSG format), for example.
 
 
 
Please note: Backup strategies (a backup of the entire archive) are discussed separately in chapter Backup.
 
 
 
== Available Export Destinations ==
 
 
 
*'''Microsoft Outlook''' - A folder named MailStore Export is created in Microsoft Outlook into which emails are copied.
 
*'''Exchange mailbox''' - A folder named MailStore Export is created in the Exchange mailbox into which emails are copied.
 
*'''IMAP mailbox''' - A folder named MailStore Export is created in an IMAP mailbox into which emails are copied.
 
*'''Directory (File System)''' - Either EML or MSG files are created (one per email).
 
*'''Email address using SMTP'''- Emails are forwarded to a specified email address using SMTP, the standard protocol for sending emails.
 
*'''CD/DVD''' - Either EML or MSG files (one per email) are burned to CD or DVD. MailStore can also distribute the backup among several storage media; CDs and DVDs can be used interchangeably. Rewritable disks (CD-RW or DVD-/+RW) can be used as well.
 
 
 
Please note: '''EML files''' can be opened independently from MailStore by double-clicking and moving to applications such as Outlook Express via drag & drop. '''Outlook MSG files''' can be opened or archived directly with all versions of Microsoft Outlook (except Outlook Express).
 
 
 
== Starting an Export ==
 
 
 
'''Using the email preview''' - To export an email currently displayed in the Email Preview, click on Export in the menu bar above the preview and select the export destination. A window appears in which additional settings may have to be specified.
 
 
 
'''Using the list of emails (folder contents or search results)''' - Highlight the emails to be exported by holding down the control key (Ctrl) and right-clicking onto the emails. Pressing Ctrl and A highlights all emails. Click Export To and select the export destination. A window appears in which additional settings may have to be specified.
 
 
 
'''Using the page "Export Email"''' - On this page, exporting tasks can be created and executed as export profiles (just like archiving profiles). Export profiles hold information about which emails will be exported to which destination. Each profile (i.e. the exporting task) can be executed manually or regularly according to a schedule. To learn more, please read on in the next section.
 
 
 
== Creating an Export Profile Using the Page "Export Email" ==
 
 
 
To create a new export profile, please proceed as follows:
 
 
 
*Start MailStore Client on the computer which is to execute the export. Log on as administrator if the emails of other users are to be exported as well. Only a MailStore administrator is allowed to export the emails of others.
 
*In MailStore, click on ''Export Email''.
 
 
 
[[File:accs_export_01.png|center|350px]]
 
 
 
*From the list in the upper right area, select the destination to which emails are to be exported.
 
*A wizard opens to assist in specifying the export settings.
 
*At the first step, specify which folder is to be exported (subfolders are always included). Depending on the export destination, the file format to be used (e.g. EML , MSG or database backup) can be selected as well. Click on ''Next''.
 
*'''Please note:''' Below the list of folders, a saved search can also be selected. MailStore runs the search before executing the actual export procedure; all emails returned by the search will be exported.
 
*At the second step, specify the exact target location to which emails are to be exported. For example, if ''Exchange Mailbox'' was selected as export destination earlier, the access data for the target mailbox can be specified and verified by clicking on ''Test''. Then click on ''Next''.
 
*Depending on the export destination specified, additional settings can be selected at the next step. For example, if ''IMAP mailbox'' was selected as the destination, a timeout value can be set, if needed.
 
*At the last step, a name for the export profile can be specified. After clicking on ''Finish'', the  profile will be listed under ''Saved Settings (Profiles)'' and can be run immediately, if desired
 
 
 
Just like archiving profiles, already existing export profiles can be executed, edited or deleted at any time. Additional information is available in chapter Working with Archiving Profiles.
 
 
 
== Executing an Export Profile Using the Page "Export Email" ==
 
 
 
On the start page of MailStore Client, click on Export Email. From the list under Saved Settings (Profiles), select the profile to be executed and click on Run. After the export process has finished, a message appears containing information about any errors that may have occurred.
 
 
 
=== Executing an export profile regularly according to a schedule ===
 
In addition to being executed manually, archiving profiles can also be run automatically according to a schedule. For further information please read on in the next chapter: Automating the Export Process.
 
 
 
= Automating the Export Process =
 
 
 
With MailStore, every exporting task (every export profile) can be executed automatically according to specified points in time.
 
 
 
== Procedure ==
 
 
 
*Start MailStore Client on the computer on which the exporting task is to be executed according to a schedule. Please keep in mind that, if a full backup is to be performed, this has to be the computer on which MailStore Server is installed. If the emails of other users are to be exported, log on as administrator.
 
*On the start page of MailStore Client, click on ''Export and Backup''.
 
*Right-click on an existing profile and select ''Schedule Task''. Information about creating exporting tasks is available in the previous chapter: Exporting Emails.
 
 
 
[[File:arch_schedule_01.png|center|350px]]
 
 
 
In the next window ("Schedule Task"), the following settings of the planned task can be specified:
 
 
 
'''Task - Name:''' The task name can be chosen freely. By default, the name of the export profile and its internal MailStore ID are used.
 
 
 
'''Trigger:''' A time for daily execution (the task is executed once a day) or a time time interval (e.g. every 60 minutes) can be specified.
 
 
 
If the option Other Trigger is chosen, the exporting task is created as Windows task but execution times still have to be specified. This has to be done using the Windows task planner and is described in Windows Help. All options offered by your current Windows version can be used.
 
 
 
'''Windows Account:''' Specify here which user account is to be used when executing the scheduled task. The option Local System Account can be used for exports with destination Directory (File System) or CD/DVD, for example, and has the advantage that no password is required to execute the task. If the emails are to be archived from the applications of the current user (e.g. from Microsoft Outlook), the corresponding user account must be selected. In such cases, the option Local System Account is deactivated.
 
 
 
'''Log Messages''' - File Name: If a log file is to be created, the name for that file can be specified here. The placeholders {DATE} and {TIME} can be used in the file name which will be replaced by the actual date and time during the archiving process. If desired, the log file can also be created on a network drive.
 
 
 
After all settings have been specified, the task can be created by clicking on OK. Confirm the following safety prompt by clicking OK again. If any account other than the Local System Account has been selected under Windows Account, the Windows password of the currently logged on user has to be entered.
 
 
 
A list of scheduled tasks is displayed in MailStore's Administrative Tools, showing all tasks created on the current computer up to this point.
 
 
 
== Managing Scheduled Tasks ==
 
 
 
Scheduled tasks created on the current computer are managed in Administrative Tools under Scheduled Tasks.
 
 
 
[[File:arch_schedule_02.png|center|450px]]
 
 
 
The list shows all scheduled tasks for archiving and export processes that were created on the current computer.
 
 
 
'''Run Task:''' The selected task is executed immediately regardless of its scheduled runtime.
 
 
 
'''Properties:''' The Windows task planner is opened for the selected task; all options offered by the  current Windows version can be used.
 
 
 
'''Delete Task:''' The selected task is deleted. This does not affect the underlying archiving profile or any of the archived emails.
 
 
 
'''Open Log Files Directory:''' The directory containing the protocols for the selected task is opened.
 
 
 
== Viewing the Command Line ==
 
 
 
If desired, the export process can be incorporated into a larger procedure, such as one run by a batch file (.bat). To simplify this process, MailStore offers the option Copy Cmd Line in the Schedule Task window (see above). Click on it to view a command line that can be incorporated into the desired procedure. For example:
 
 
 
REM *** Microsoft Outlook (ID 77) ***
 
 
 
"C:\Program Files\deepinvent\MailStore Server\MailStoreCmd.exe" --h="localhost" --pkv3="16:0e:95:b0:79:d2:e8:e0" -u="admin" --p="admin" --o="C:\ProgramData\MailStore\TaskLog\77_{DATE}-{TIME}.log" -c export-execute --id=77 --user="admin" --verbose
 
 
 
The command line is to be read as follows:
 
 
 
'''"...\MailStoreCmd.exe"''' - MailStoreCmd.exe is the MailStore Management Shell. It was developed for the automated execution of certain processes in MailStore. Additional information about MailStoreCmd is available in chapter The MailStore Management Shell.
 
 
 
'''--h="localhost"''' - The computer name of the MailStore server to which MailStoreCmd.exe is to connect.
 
 
 
'''--pkv3="..."''' - Public Key Fingerprint. It ensures that the MailStore server at the time of archiving is the same as it was at the time when the scheduled task was created (optimal safety feature).
 
 
 
'''--u="admin"''' - User name.
 
 
 
'''--p="admin"''' - Password.
 
 
 
'''-c''' - The actual command follows (non-interactive mode).
 
 
 
'''import-execute --id=77 --user="admin"''' - Execute the archiving profile of user admin with the  internal ID 77.
 
 
 
= Microsoft Outlook Add-in =
 
 
 
== Using Microsoft Outlook Integration ==
 
 
 
MailStore Server comes with an Outlook toolbar (add-in) for quick access to the archived email. It is by default automatically installed by MailStore Client Setup.
 
 
 
The Add-in can be used with the following versions of Microsoft Outlook:
 
 
 
*Microsoft Outlook 2000
 
*Microsoft Outlook XP
 
*Microsoft Outlook 2003
 
*Microsoft Outlook 2007
 
 
 
[[File:accs_outlook_01.png|400px]]
 
 
 
In order to configure the add-in, click ''Tools'' -> ''Options'' and then ''MailStore''.
 
 
 
[[File:accs_outlook_02.png|350px]]
 
 
 
= MailStore Web Access =
 
 
 
== Using MailStore Web Access ==
 
 
 
MailStore Web Access makes the archive accessible through an internet browser. This way, important functions such as browsing and viewing archived emails can be made available under any system and without having to install additional software. An installation of MailStore Client on the user computers is not required.
 
 
 
== Requirements for Using MailStore Web Access ==
 
 
 
Activation and configuration of MailStore Web Access are described in chapter MailStore Web Access Configuration. A list of supported internet browsers can be found there as well. 
 
 
 
 
 
== Accessing MailStore Web Access ==
 
 
 
Unless MailStore Server was configured differently, users can use the following internet addresses to access MailStore Web Access:
 
 
 
*http://servername:8461
 
*https://servername:8462
 
 
 
Please replace servername with the actual name of the server on which MailStore Server is installed.
 
 
 
A manual specifically for the iPhone/iPod touch version is available in chapter Access Using iPhone and iPod touch.
 
 
 
== Authentication ==
 
 
 
As with MailStore Client, users have to be authenticated before they can access the archive:
 
 
 
[[File:accs_web_01.png|center|350px]]
 
 
 
'''Windows Authentication'''
 
Single Sign-on (login without entering a password) requires Microsoft Internet Explorer, because it is the only browser capable of sending the appropriate information.
 
 
 
'''Standard Authentication'''
 
Requires input of the access data stored in the MailStore user database.
 
Working with MailStore Web Access
 
 
 
After successful authentication, many of the functions known from MailStore Client are available:
 
 
 
[[File:accs_web_02.png|center|450px]]
 
 
 
'''Searching using the folder structure'''<br/>
 
For each user, MailStore creates a folder called ''My Archive'' at the highest level which corresponds to the respective user archive and contains all of the user's archived emails. If the user has access to the archives of others, as is the case with MailStore administrators, for example, their folders are listed as ''Archive of <User Name>''. Below these main folders, the user's individual email sources (e.g. Microsoft Outlook or Exchange mailboxes) and their folder structure (e.g. Inbox) are listed.
 
 
 
'''Searching using quick search'''<br/>
 
The input field for the quick search is located in the upper area of the application window. The quick search is especially suited for simple queries and, unlike the extended search, only covers the archive of the current user. 
 
 
 
'''Searching using the extended search'''<br/>
 
With the extended search, users can run complex queries including not only the email content but also parameters such as date or email size. Users can also browse multiple user archives in one step. The search criteria available correspond to those of MailStore Client's extended search. Please learn more about this in chapter Extended Search. With the extended search, queries can also be saved and rerun. This feature is described separately in a later section of this chapter. 
 
  
'''Email preview'''<br/>
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For security reasons, the HTML display of emails is prohibited in MailStore Web Access. To view graphics and formatting, emails need to be opened in an email client (e.g. Microsoft Outlook).
 
  
'''Opening emails in an email client'''<br/>
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== Accessing the Archive with MailStore Web Access ==
The toolbar above the email preview provides the features ''Open in Microsoft Outlook (MSG)'' and ''Open in Email Client (EML)''. These are needed to reply to or forward archived emails and provide a way to view graphics and formatting of emails in HTML format. Please keep in mind that preparations need to be made in order to use the ''Open in Microsoft Outlook (MSG)'' feature. Please refer to chapter MailStore Web Access Configuration for more information. 
 
  
'''Restoring the current email'''<br/>
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The toolbar above the email preview provides the ''Restore to Mailbox'' feature which allows the current email to be sent to any email address, thereby restoring it from the archive. In order to use this feature, certain preparations have to be made. Please refer to chapter MailStore Web Access Configuration for more information.
 
  
'''Printing the current email'''<br/>
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The responsive MailStore Web Access provides access to the archive using an internet browser. This has the advantage that no additional software needs to be installed on the user machines. In addition to browsing and viewing emails, web access also offers access through the folder structure and functions for restoring emails from the archive.
The ''Print'' feature is available in the toolbar above the email preview. In addition to the actual message, the internet headers of the email are printed as well.
 
  
'''Internet headers'''<br/>
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[[Accessing the Archive with MailStore Web Access|MailStore Web Access Manual]]
In the toolbar above the email preview, click on ''Internet Headers'' to display the internet headers of the current email, including all MIME parts.
 
  
== Using Search Folders ==
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With the extended search, any number of queries can be saved and run again later. This has the advantage that, after a search has been saved, it appears as a folder in the folder structure below Saved Searches.
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== Accessing the Archive with the Microsoft Outlook Integration ==
  
If such a folder is clicked on, the query is executed and the results are passed off as folder contents. In practice, this has a variety of possible applications. For example, such a folder may contain:
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*All Emails of today or any other timeframe
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With a MailStore add-in, users can access the archive directly from Microsoft Outlook.  
*All Emails of relating to a certain project
 
*All Emails of a particular person, department or company
 
*All Emails with certain file attachments (e.g. video or Excel files)
 
  
= MailStore iPhone Client =
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[[Accessing the Archive with the Microsoft Outlook integration|MailStore Outlook Add-in Manual]]
  
== Introduction ==
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In addition to the MailStore Client software and MailStore Web Access, MailStore Server also provides access to the archive using an iPhone or iPod touch (software version 2.0 or later). In this chapter, learn how to:
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== Access Using Other Email Clients ==
  
*Set up MailStore on an iPhone or iPod touch and
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*Access the archived emails using an iPhone or iPod touch.  
 
  
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MailStore Server provides an integrated IMAP server, that offers you read-only access to the archive for any IMAP capable email client. Especially for alternative email clients (Mozilla Thunderbird) or operating systems (e.g. MacOS or Linux), as well as for mobile platforms such as Android, IPhone or Symbian, this is a very convenient way of accessing the archive.
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'''Administrators, please note:''' MailStore for iPhone is designed as an iPhone web application. The URLs are the same that are used with MailStore Web Access. For this reason, MailStore Web Access must be activated in order to use the iPhone functionality. To learn how to configure MailStore Web Access, please refer to the corresponding chapter.
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== Setup ==
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== Using MailStore iPhone Client ==
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MailStore provides several ways to access archived emails:

Accessing the Archive with the MailStore Client Software

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MailStore Client is a Windows application that can be installed on any number of user computers (depending on the license purchased). Of all the options for accessing the archive, MailStore Client provides the largest range of functions: Not only can users browse and view their emails but, depending on the privileges assigned to them, set up and execute archiving and exporting tasks.

MailStore Client Manual


Accessing the Archive with MailStore Web Access

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The responsive MailStore Web Access provides access to the archive using an internet browser. This has the advantage that no additional software needs to be installed on the user machines. In addition to browsing and viewing emails, web access also offers access through the folder structure and functions for restoring emails from the archive.

MailStore Web Access Manual


Accessing the Archive with the Microsoft Outlook Integration

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With a MailStore add-in, users can access the archive directly from Microsoft Outlook.

MailStore Outlook Add-in Manual


Access Using Other Email Clients

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MailStore Server provides an integrated IMAP server, that offers you read-only access to the archive for any IMAP capable email client. Especially for alternative email clients (Mozilla Thunderbird) or operating systems (e.g. MacOS or Linux), as well as for mobile platforms such as Android, IPhone or Symbian, this is a very convenient way of accessing the archive.

MailStore Integrated IMAP Server Manual