It is a menu tab that serves to set up options and parameters.
Some settings’ labels are very long and this tab is very useful to display them completely by scrolling the text.
Its shortcut is “*” + “3”.
- Primary email – this is the email address under which you want the others to see you when they receive a mail from you. This parameter can be set in the Accounts menu tab.
- mujMail server settings – are needed in order to communicate with mujMail server. The fields are:
- mujMail server address – address of mujMail server.
- mujMail server port – port on which mujMail server listens (as the server is based on IMAP protocol it should be either 143 when no SSL is required or 993 for SSL communication).
- mujMail server login – user login name for mujMail server.
- mujMail server password – password for mujMail server.
- SMTP settings – are needed in order to send an email. It consists of five parts: SMTP server, SMTP port, SMTP SSL (secure connection), SMTP username, SMTP password. When SSL field is checked user can choose which SSL implementation to use: mujMail SSL or 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 whether SSL box is checked or not. This information should be available from your cell phone network operator. Mostly only the SMTP server is needed and any other SMTP setting should be left default,i.e. settings for O2 CZ is
· no SSL
· no username
· no password
Note: If you experiencing CertificateException problems, try using mujMail SSL implementation.
- Font size – allows user to select the font size for the application. Note: some forms of the application are drawn using J2ME core objects. Sizes of these objects cannot be modified by this setting. Check your mobile device manual if it is possible to change the font size for these objects.
- Always retrieve whole mails – when checking for new mails, it also downloads emails’ bodies and not only the headers.
- Retrieve only never seen mails – the application remembers which emails you have read since the installation of the application and will not download an email that you have once read.
- Delete mails from server when they’re deleted from InBox – this setting determines whether the application will delete selected mails from servers or not.
- Delete mails from InBox without confirming by “Delete Now!” – enables auto-deleting of selected emails in the Inbox without pressing “Delete now!”, after user leaves the Inbox.
- Auto-add to Addressbook – enables adding of new contacts to Addressbook automatically when sending a mail.
- View mail with small font – enables displaying email with small fonts.
- Display spaces instead of tabs – when reading mails it doesn’t show tabulators but spaces instead.
- Recommended for phones with small displays or with bugs to displays tabs – some Nokia phones.
- Move mails to Trash – enable usage of the Trash folder.
- Economical use of DataBase (don’t store messages’ bodies) – minimize using of Database. Does not use the Trash, SentBox and does not store mails’ bodies either.
- Recommended if your phone is old and experiences problems with “out of database space” issues.
- Clear InBox’s DataBase if DB space left is less than (-1=off) kB – when the application has no more room to store emails, it will automatically clear the inbox’s Database (deletes all mails in the phone’s inbox but leaves them on servers untouched) to make more space.
- Here you decide when it should do it. Leave it -1 if you do not wish it to do so.
- Retrieve max. mails from one account (0=disabled) – decides how many emails the application should download per an account during the check for new mails.
- Retrieve max. lines of a mail (-1=unlimited) – here you define how many lines of a mail you want to save and see.
- If it is set to 0 then only body structure of mail is saved with no content.
- If polling detects new mails – select “Plays a sound” choice to be informed after the Polling process detects a new email. Select “Auto-downloads” choice to download the new mails immediately.
- Polling interval (sec) – an interval in seconds in which the Polling process should check for new mails.
- Communication timeout (msec) – a maximal time interval in which the application should wait in order to get a response from server.
- Signature – a text that is appended to each outgoing email.