Re: ZEO newbie questions (Mac OS X, Apple Mail)
paul beard <pdb2 <at> u.washington.edu>
2003-07-16 17:24:38 GMT
On Tuesday, July 15, 2003, at 09:56 PM, Oliver Kurlvink wrote:
> However, I do have a bunch of questions:
And I have some answers, I think.
> - To use zoe as a pop-server, I have to change to port Mail uses or
> the port zoe uses or I have to forward the port 110 to zoes port,
> since I cannot manually change the port of Apple Mail. How do I do
> this? :)
I think you can set that in the Advanced tab for the account you're
> - Which username and password is needed for pop?
the one for the account, since Zoe will be logging in as you.
> - Which username and password is needed to use zoe as an smtp-server?
> I tried the settings I gave zoe to connect to my regular smtp-server,
> but that does not work.
> - How can I tell zoe to display html-mail? Zoe filters them out, but I
> want them to be displayed.
> - Most of my mails are marked as "Amsterdam". I'm in Germany/Berlin...
> where does this "Amsterdam" come from?
It's the timezone you're in: it should get it from the system's time,
so be sure that's set properly. If Amsterdam is in the same time zone,
that's all that matters.
> - Can I change the update intervall for zoes pop-mail-check?
> - Can I localize the interface to my needs?
> - How can I start zoe on login without starting up my default browser?
> I just want zoe to start as a background app.
You could write a StartupItem to launch it. It doesn't require a
browser to run, just to read what it does.
> - Does zoe work together with the sleep mode of Mac OS X?
> - What happens, when I send mail to zoe and I'm not connected to the
> internet? Does the mail get saved and checked sometime later, when I
> dialed in? Is there any way I could see which mail is pending?
> - How can I quit zoe? Currently I'm killing the java-process :)
click on the Zoe text and you should get to a system control area that
has a great big power button. Click on that.
> - How can I configure how many mails zoe will display on each page?
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