How to install Outlook Connector for MDaemon?

How to setup the MDaemon Connector client plug-in

  1. Open the Control Panel in Windows.
  2. Double click Mail.
  3. Click on Show Profiles…
  4. Click the Add… button.
  5. Type in the desired profile name (Ex: MDaemon Connector).
  6. Click OK.
  7. Select the option for Manual setup or additional server types…
  8. Click Next.

How do I get Salesforce for Outlook?

From your personal settings, enter Salesforce for Outlook in the Quick Find box, then select Salesforce for Outlook. Click Download. Then click Save File. If the Download button is unavailable, ask your administrator to assign you to an Outlook configuration.

Is there an Outlook connector for MDaemon mail server?

Alt-N Technologies: Outlook Connector for MDaemon Outlook Connector for MDaemon mail server – Enables Groupware and Collaboration with Microsoft Outlook to share Calendar, Tasks, Contacts, and Notes. It appears that you have Javascript disabled or your browser does not support Javascript.

Why did Alt-n develop the Outlook Connector?

Alt-N Technologies developed Outlook Connector because the Outlook client itself is so widely-deployed. The connector integrates Outlook’s calendars, contacts, journals, notes and tasks with the built-in groupware capabilities of MDaemon.

Is there an out of office assistant for MDaemon?

Out-of-Office and Mail Forwarding Assistant MDaemon Connector’s Out-of-Office Assistant makes it easy to create and enable vacation messages or auto-responders. You can enter a start and end date to automatically enable and disable your auto-responder. You can also enable mail forwarding to forward messages to one or multiple email addresses.

Is there an Outlook connector for small business?

Small Business Licensing and Pricing. Licensing and pricing designed for flexibility and affordability. MDaemon Connector for Outlook includes one year of Software License Renewal, providing free upgrades to the latest product versions for the duration of the Software License Renewal term.