This tab is used to manage email accounts. An account can be in three states:

  1. Active – this account is used.
  2. Inactive – using of this account is disabled.
  3. Primary – a primary email address; that is the address from which you write emails to the others. Note: only an active account can be set as a primary one, it’s done by the “Set as primary” command.

This tab also has the following buttons:

  • Retrieve mails – retrieves mails from the selected account. If inactive account is selected an error is shown.
  • New account – creates a new account.
  • Edit – opens an edit form for the selected account.
  • Delete – deletes a selected account.
  • Set as primary – sets the given account as a primary.
  • Clear DB – deletes all accounts!

You can also create an alias/name to your email address so the recipients will see your name and email address as well. 
To create the alias, edit or create an email account (go to the Accounts tab, select Create or Edit command) write the email address in this format: yourname < [email protected] >. 
An example, the normal format: [email protected], will be changed into: mujmail team <[email protected]>

Its shortcut is “*” + “4”.

Editing an account:

Selected account can be edited by choosing Edit command in Accounts tab. The following properties of the given account can be edited:

  • Account activation – checking Active checkbox sets the account status to active, otherwise it is inactive.
  • Email – sets user email address for this account. Upon selection of this account as primary this field’s value is taken as a Primary email.
  • Protocol – selects which protocol to use for this account (IMAP or POP3).
  • SSL – check this checkbox if you want to mujMail to use SSL to communicate with the server. If this field is checked new radio buttons will appear: Use mujMail SSL or Use firmware SSL. The difference between them is that first one does not require certificates to be installed on the phone. Second one is an SSL implementation provided by mobile device itself. The port number changes automatically depending on the protocol chosen (IMAP or POP3) and on whether SSL box is checked or not. Note: If you experiencing CertificateException problems, try using mujMail SSL implementation.
  • Server – input the server address here (e.g.,, etc.).
  • Port – server port has to be given here (default port is used automatically).
  • User name – set user name to log in to the server with.
  • Password – set the password to log in to the server with.
  • IMAP4 mailboxes separated by commas – list mailboxes which should be inquired mujMail application.
  • Save mails to server – this field contains the following checkboxes: Sent mail to Sent (it selects whether to copy mails sent by mujMail into Sent folder of this server) and Deleted mails to Trash (selects whether to delete mails deleted by mujMail in server too).
  • Sentbox folder server name – set the mailbox name to be used by Sent mail to Sent option.
  • Delete folder server name – set the mailbox name to be used by Deleted mails to Trash option.
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