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Configuring Policy Settings

  • Open the Group Policy Management Console.
  • Right-click on the administrative folder Group Policy Objects.
  • Right-click on the existing group policy object called MailStore {{{2}}} Settings and select Edit....
  • Expand User Configuration > Policies > Administrative Templates > MailStore > MailStore {{{2}}}.
    [[File:GPO {{{2}}} {{{1}}} 08.png|500px|center]]

{{GPO Configuration {{{2}}}|{{{1}}}}}

Applying Policy Settings

To apply these settings to users, the group policy has to be linked to the corresponding user objects. Linking is done using organizational units (OU).

  • Highlight the organizational unit (OU) which contains the desired user objects, right-click on the OU (Seattle in the example below) and select the option Link an Existing GPO....
  • In the dialog window Select GPO, highlight MailStore {{{2}}} Settings and click on OK.
    [[File:GPO {{{2}}} {{{1}}} 09.png|center]]
  • Through the organizational unit the group policy is now linked to the user objects contained therein. The settings will become active the next time users log on to the Windows clients.
About MailStore

  • MailStore Server is one of the leading email archiving solutions for SMB.
  • For private use there is a free tool for email archiving furthermore: MailStore Home.