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  1. Change the pc app cache location Normally the system finds the drive with most space on it an sets the local cache. To change it you have to change a configuration file. Do the following Close the program. In fileExplorer in the path bar type %localappdata% In there a hidden folder called RfUserData is located. In the folder there are a file called ClientPcConfiguration.cfg. In this file there are some JSON. On 3 different values the drive is set. There are many other values in the configuration, but don't change any of them. Here is a example of the cache located on D: Set this to the drive of your preference, her the cache is moved from "d" to "e" by changing the "d:" with "e:" Then copy the RushFiles folder from the old location to the new. Start the program again. View the full article
  2. 1. Login to Readyspace customer portal 2."Home" > "More services". 3. Click on Qmail tab 4. Click on Add New Mailbox 5. Select New Service User and click Next 6. Enter your Display Name, Email address & password Passwords must be at least 7 different characters include uppercase and lowercase letters, numbers, and special characters(# $ %) The password cannot contain any of your Account information like address, phone number, contact name & etc Or you can click on Generate new password, the system will randomly generate a set of password for you 7. Click on Next If the system prompt you that Service User already exists, please refer to Add email to existing service user instead 8. In the subsequent page, you can set your preferred setting (or leave as default) and click NEXT 9. Select Webmail access and click on Next 10. And click on FinishView the full article
  3. Please follow the below steps for enabling 3-panes and 3-columns layout in the Horde webmail: 1: Login to webmail >> Edit options >> select global options 2: Choose Display options 3: Then Tick show the horde menu on the let. View the full article
  4. Symptoms Unable to read mail in Horde with the following error: ================== IMAP error reported by the server ================== The following message appears in /var/log/maillog while accessing mailbox: ================== dovecot: service=imap, user=user@example.com, ip=[127.0.0.1]. Fatal: master: service(imap): child 688159 returned error 83 (Out of memory (service imap { vsz_limit=256 MB }, you may need to increase it) - set CORE_OUTOFMEM=1 environment to get core dump) ================== The following error appears in /var/log/maillog during working in webmail interface: ================= Error: mmap(size=0) failed with file /var/qmail/mailnames/example.com/user/Maildir/dovecot.index.cache: Cannot allocate memory and the size of the file /var/qmail/mailnames/example.com/user/Maildir/dovecot.index.cache is more than the default "vsz_limit" value: # ls -alh /var/qmail/mailnames/example.com/user/Maildir/dovecot.index.cache -rw------- 1 popuser popuser 500M Feb 27 11:21 /var/qmail/mailnames/example.com/user/Maildir/dovecot.index.cache # doveconf | grep default_vsz_limit default_vsz_limit = 256 M ================== Cause The maximum limit for Dovecot process address space is reached. Resolution Connect to the server via SSH; Increase vsz_limit value in the dovecot configuration file by adding the following configuration: # touch /etc/dovecot/conf.d/99-vsz.conf # cat /etc/dovecot/conf.d/99-vsz.conf service imap { vsz_limit = 512MB } Restart dovecot service: ================== # service dovecot restart ================== View the full article
  5. If you’ve had trouble finding a sent email from your Mac on your iPhone or iPad, it may not be anything you’re doing wrong. It’s possible that your Mac is putting its sent mail into a local folder instead of up on the server, which is certainly not ideal. Please follow the steps for resolving the issue. When the Preferences window opens, click on the “Accounts” tab, and then select the problematic account from the sidebar. When you do that, you can choose the “Mailbox Behaviors” tab: Under “Mailbox Behaviors” is the drop-down for “Sent Mailbox.” If you click that, you’ll likely note that yours is set to store sent emails under the “On My Mac” section like mine is above; switch that to the “Sent” or “Sent Messages” folder under the server section at the top, and you should be good to go. Note, however, that if you do this, your existing sent mail from that account may appear under the “On My Mac” area in Mail’s sidebar instead of within the sent mailbox near the top: If that’s the case for you, you could consider moving the messages from “On My Mac” into the newly created sent folder for that account if you need your old stuff to sync, too. You’d do this by clicking on the sent folder underneath “On My Mac,” pressing Command-A to select everything within it, and then dragging those emails to the correct sent folder near the top of the sidebar, like so: Then everything should sync to the same folder on your iPhone or iPad! View the full article
  6. 1. Login to your customer portal Different ReadySpace Branch have their own customer portal link, please refer to Customer Portal Links 2. Find the "More Services" Option at the bottom of the page 3. Click on "More Services" to access the CCPv1 interface. View the full article
  7. 1. Login to your customer portal Different ReadySpace Branch have their own customer portal link, please refer to Customer Portal Links 2. Find the "More Services" Option at the bottom of the page 3. Click on "More Services" to access the CCPv1 interface. View the full article
  8. 1. Login to your customer portal Different ReadySpace Branch have their own customer portal link, please refer to Customer Portal Links 2. Find the "More Services" Option at the bottom of the page 3. Click on "More Services" to access the CCPv1 interface. View the full article
  9. 1. Login to your customer portal Different ReadySpace Branch have their own customer portal link, please refer to Customer Portal Links 2. Find the "More Services" Option at the bottom of the page 3. Click on "More Services" to access the CCPv1 interface. View the full article
  10. VDI AND MSI

    Microsoft Installer (MSI) The latest version of the installer file can be downloaded here. This installer has default RushFiles branding. If a branded version is needed please contact RushFiles for a dedicated download link. Zip distribution Get the latest version of the RushFilesVDI client from here. If a new client is available, you will receive information in advance. Login to the TS server as an administrator In a folder of your choice, but available for all users,unzip the VDI client.(we will call it the RFfolder) Create a subfolder in the RFfolder called “\FirstTime\Skinning\ ”If you have a custom branding. Place a copy of the skinning files in this folder If you have a skinned pc client installed they can be retrieved from there Go to %localappdata% --> RushFilesV2 --> FirstTime --> Skinning and the skinning files will be available there Run the file installer procedure Start a command line as administrator If necessary, navigate to the RFfolder ( cd "path_to_the_rffolder" ) Execute the installer with the following command : installer.exe /G .Thisexe is made to run in silent mode so you will not see anything on screen, but it should create a log file called "Installer logfile[current date].txt". INSPECT the log file to see if any of the installed components require restart / failed. If so, the machine needs to be restarted to allow shell extension DLLs to be replaced. If restart is not possible, one can try to find programs with open handles to the locked files inside of RFFolder and close them. If the computer has been restarted / programs blocking the DLLs closed, invoke the installer.exe /Gagain. In the RFfolder, there is a file called ProgramPcConfiguration.template.cfg This is a TEMPLATE for the configuration of the VDI client Rename it to ProgramPcConfiguration.cfg(the .cfg may not be visible, depending on you settings) This will make it “Your” copy of the file, and ensure that we do not overwrite any setting, you make to the configuration. Open then file in notepad.exe or similar program Change the settings accordingly to your installation needs. Close/save the configuration. The VDIClient is now ready, to be used. On the user’sdesktop place ashortcut that will start the RfClientPCV2.exe Change the icon on the shortcut to be the program icon from the “\FirstTime\skinning\”folder. When running a terminal server farm, using roaming profile from a UNC path it’s important that an user can’t have more than one concurrent session. Updating the client To update the VDI client Use the same procedure as installation, except the skinning. 1. All users must be logged off / exit the client, or the .dll's will be locked. 2. Download the newest version from the website (link in the installation guide) 3. Unzip the new client into the folder where the client is installed (for all clients) 4. No need to update skinn as that is already there. 5 Run the installer to update the driver Done. Additional information At the applications setting page you can set the time period for keeping local files. The cashing feature also allows RushFiles to be deployed in a VDI environment, when the cashing is set to 0 days, any cashed files will get deleted when the user logs of the VDI. The client is the same as the normal desktop client. It’s just the setting that’s makes the difference. Thank you :)View the full article
  11. Email Account Sync in Android

    To adjust the sync frequency settings for your personal email, view this info.  The available settings may vary depending upon the email account type. 1) From a Home screen, navigate: Apps icon  > Settings  > Accounts. 2) Tap Email. 3) Tap Account Settings. 4) Tap the appropriate email address (below "General settings").  5) Multiple accounts may appear. 6) From the Data Usage section, tap Sync frequency. Select one of the following: * Never * Every 5 minutes * Every 10 minutes * Every 15 minutes * Every 30 minutes * Every hour View the full article
  12. Email Account Sync in Android

    To adjust the sync frequency settings for your personal email, view this info.  The available settings may vary depending upon the email account type. 1) From a Home screen, navigate: Apps icon  > Settings  > Accounts. 2) Tap Email. 3) Tap Account Settings. 4) Tap the appropriate email address (below "General settings").  5) Multiple accounts may appear. 6) From the Data Usage section, tap Sync frequency. Select one of the following: * Never * Every 5 minutes * Every 10 minutes * Every 15 minutes * Every 30 minutes * Every hour View the full article
  13. One of the common reasons for auto Send/Receive to stop working has to do with a group Send/Receive group in Outlook. Here’s how to fix the problem with the corrupt Send/Receive group. In Outlook 2016, go to File -> Options -> Advanced -> Send/Receive. Create a new Send/Receive Group in Outlook 2016, or create a copy of the All Accounts group. Configure this group by checking the following two boxes: – Include this group in send/receive (F9) – Schedule an automatic send/receive every X minutes (where X is the time in minutes). You must enable both of these options or else Outlook 2016 will not do an automatic Send/Receive. You may also be interested in selecting the option for Send/Receive when Outlook is offline. Once you have the new group configured, disable the built-in All Accounts group because that’s the group that is potentially corrupted and you must deactivate it. You can disable the All Accounts group by unchecking every single box, as shown below. Restart Outlook. Hopefully, this will fix the auto Send/Receive problem. View the full article
  14. 1. Login to your customer portal 2 Select appropriate subscription from the drop-down menu (located at top right of the interface) NOTE: If you are not able to find the drop-down menu, you might be on the new interface, Please click "More Services" option which you can find at the bottom of the page. 3. Click on the Qmail tab 4. Click on the desired email address. 5. Click on the Webmail tab. 6. Click "Edit" button 7. Now choose "ExchangeSync" and click "submit" View the full article
  15. 1. Login to your customer portal 2 Select appropriate subscription from the drop-down menu (located at top right of the interface) NOTE: If you are not able to find the drop-down menu, you might be on the new interface, Please click "More Services" option which you can find at the bottom of the page. 3. Click on the Qmail tab 4. Click on the desired email address. 5. Click on the Webmail tab. 6. Click "Edit" button 7. Now choose "ExchangeSync" and click "submit" View the full article
  16. 1. Login to your customer portal 2 Select appropriate subscription from drop-down menu (located at top right of the interface) 3. Click on the E-mail tab 4. Click on the desired email address. 5. Click on the Webmail tab. 6. Click "Edit" button 7. Now choose "Webmail access" and click "submit" View the full article
  17. 1. Login to your customer portal 2 Select appropriate subscription from drop-down menu (located at top right of the interface) 3. Click on the E-mail tab 4. Click on the desired email address. 5. Click on the Webmail tab. 6. Click "Edit" button 7. Now choose "Webmail access" and click "submit" View the full article
  18. Step 1: get into your email account The first step is to assess the damage. Go to the website of your email provider, and log into your email account. If the password has been changed, then try the password reset mechanism by clicking on the link marked “Forgotten your password?” or similar. Once you’re into your email account, the very first thing you should do is change your password. Change it to something long and strong, using multiple cases, numbers, and special characters. Avoid using real words. We'll deal with password security later, but for now, change it so the hacker can't get back into your email account. Step 2: check your other accounts Once you’ve changed the password for your email account it is important to change the password of any other accounts with other services such as Facebook, Twitter, Amazon or your internet banking that may have had the same password. It is especially important if you use your email address as the username for those accounts, as the hackers now have both your username and password for those services. Check both your inbox and trash for any password reset emails from other services or accounts linked to your email address not instigated by you. The hacker could have attempted to change your password on other sites, using access to your email to perform password resets. Step 3: check for spam Some hackers compromise email accounts in order to attack your friends or contacts. They use your email address to send spam or phishing emails attempting to trick them into thinking you need help, buy something or into giving up personal information. While it can be difficult to tell if your email account was abused in this way, a quick check of your sent email or your inbox for dodgy replies will help identify anyone who was targeted from your contacts list. If you do find someone contacted by the hacker, let them know that you didn't send the email to them via another communication method if you can, or by email if that's your only contact with them. Step 4: sort out your apps Once you've secured your email account, and dealt with any potential fallout from the violation, you need to make sure you can access your email address in all your usual places. If you use an email program, something like Outlook, Windows Mail, Mac Mail or you get your email on a phone or tablet computer, you will have to swap the compromised password on each device for your newly created secure password. Each program will be different, but as a general rule of thumb, you have to go into the settings menu for your email account in the program and modify the account details to enter the new password. Instructions on how to do that are listed on the help websites for Outlook, Windows Mail, and Apple’s support forum for Apple Mail. On Android smartphones and tablets your password can be changed in the accounts section of the settings app. For the iPhone and iPad, your password can be changed under the mail, contacts and calendar section of the settings app. Step 5: protect yourself for the future The risk of having your email account or other services hacked is increasing, but there are some things you can do to prevent it. The humble password is not as secure as it used to be, but choosing a strong password can help. • The longer the password the better. The more characters there are in your password the longer it will take for a hacker to break it, making it less likely they will continue trying. • Use a mixture of numbers, lowercase and uppercase letters and special characters (punctuation) as it increases the complexity of your password and increases its strength. • Do not use real words in your passwords. The majority of hacking attacks cycle through dictionary words, which means if you use a real word in your password it is more likely to be broken. • The best passwords are randomly generated strings of characters numbering 16 or more. Of course, that makes them very difficult to remember. • Never use a password twice. To solve the issue of trying to remember long complex passwords, password managers like LastPass or 1Password can help, storing all your passwords in a secure place, ready to fill in any login you need right in your browser. By using a password manager you are only as secure as the password to your password manager. Remembering one really complex and long password is a lot easier than remember 10 or 20 of them, however. Another layer of security In addition to passwords, a different type of security mechanism called two-factor authentication is becoming increasingly available. In principle, it is very simple. In addition to your username and password you have another form of identification, normally consisting of a code generated by a key fob or a smartphone app, that has to be put in at the time of login and changes every minute or so. It means you keep something the hacker cannot get to, securing your account with another layer of security. Banks have been using them for a while, some giving out card readers that force you to enter your Pin to generate a code to input into your internet banking. Now, most email providers and a variety of other online services offer two-factor or two-step authentication for free, so it is worth activating on your accounts if it is available Thank you :) View the full article
  19. To configure your Mail account in Android phones you can follow the below steps: ======================================================= 1. From the Home screen, touch Apps and then scroll to and touch Settings . Touch add account 2.You will have the option to choose between a corporate or IMAP. Touch IMAP. 3. Enter your email address and password(All input on this article is only example), then select Manual setup. 4.The configuration will be split into two different settings, POP3 and IMAP. Follow below steps for POP3 settings : For POP3 the setting will be like the following ================================ POP configuration : Incoming server :smtp1.readyspace.com.xx <<< For your Mail server name please check your Readyspace customer portal qmail Incoming port : 110 (POP3) Port 995 - this is the port you need to use if you want to connect using POP3 securely (SSL On) Password type: Plain username :(email username) Password : (email password) Outgoing server : smtp.< domain name > <<< For your Mail server name please check your Readyspace customer portal qmail Outgoing port : 25 (or 587) Outgoing authentication : Use the same settings as incoming server ======================================================= For IMAP the configurations will be like the following ======================================================== MAP server : smtp1.readyspace.com.xx. <<< For your Mail server name please check your Readyspace customer portal qmail In Incoming settings, edit port to 143 and security type choose None. ( If you want to enable SSL, Please input 993 in server port). Password type: Plain username :(email username) Password : (email password) Outgoing server : smtp.< domain name > <<< For your Mail server name please check your Readyspace customer portal qmail In Outgoing settings, edit port to 25 and security type choose None. (If you want to enable SSL, please input 465 in server port. ) Outgoing authentication : Use the same settings as incoming server ======================================================== 5.Configure your Account options. Then touch Next 6.Set your display name, then touch Next. 7.Finished. View the full article
  20. To configure your Mail account in Android phones you can follow the below steps: ======================================================= 1. From the Home screen, touch Apps and then scroll to and touch Settings . Touch add account 2.You will have the option to choose between a corporate or IMAP. Touch IMAP. 3. Enter your email address and password(All input on this article is only example), then select Manual setup. 4.The configuration will be split into two different settings, POP3 and IMAP. Follow below steps for POP3 settings : For POP3 the setting will be like the following ================================ POP configuration : Incoming server :smtp1.readyspace.com.xx <<< For your Mail server name please check your Readyspace customer portal qmail Incoming port : 110 (POP3) Port 995 - this is the port you need to use if you want to connect using POP3 securely (SSL On) Password type: Plain username :(email username) Password : (email password) Outgoing server : smtp.< domain name > <<< For your Mail server name please check your Readyspace customer portal qmail Outgoing port : 25 (or 587) Outgoing authentication : Use the same settings as incoming server ======================================================= For IMAP the configurations will be like the following ======================================================== MAP server : smtp1.readyspace.com.xx. <<< For your Mail server name please check your Readyspace customer portal qmail In Incoming settings, edit port to 143 and security type choose None. ( If you want to enable SSL, Please input 993 in server port). Password type: Plain username :(email username) Password : (email password) Outgoing server : smtp.< domain name > <<< For your Mail server name please check your Readyspace customer portal qmail In Outgoing settings, edit port to 25 and security type choose None. (If you want to enable SSL, please input 465 in server port. ) Outgoing authentication : Use the same settings as incoming server ======================================================== 5.Configure your Account options. Then touch Next 6.Set your display name, then touch Next. 7.Finished. View the full article
  21. How to disable SSL on iphone.

    Click on Settings Click on Mail, Contacts, and Calendars Under Accounts Select your Email Account Click on your Account again Scroll to the bottom of the account screen and click on Advanced Scroll to the bottom and under Incoming Settings Use SSL turn that off Make sure Authentication is set to Password Click on <Account located in the upper left-hand corner Under Outgoing Mail Server click on the SMTP server Click on the Primary Server Under Outgoing Mail Server, Use SSL turn that off Make sure Authentication is set to password and that you do have your username and password in respective fields Click Done Click <Account in the upper left-hand corner Click Done again Now you click to go back to your home screen View the full article
  22. Modify IMAP (Incoming) Settings Step 1 ) From the Home screen, open Settings by tapping on the icon. step 2)Scroll through the Settings and then tap on Accounts & Passwords step 3) Under the ACCOUNTS listed, locate the account you would like to update the IMAP settings for and tap on it to proceed. step 4) Under IMAP, tap the Account field to edit it. step 5)There you can modify the details for the account. step 6)Tap Done. step 7) The modified account details will be verified. Once successful, you will be redirected to the main page displaying the account. Now, restart your device. To restart your device: Press and hold the Power button (for about 3-5 seconds). Drag the slider (located at the top left of the screen) to the right to power off your device. Once the device is powered off, press and hold the device's Power button until you see the Apple logo appear on the screen. Modify SMTP (Outgoing) Settings 1) From the Home screen, open Settings by tapping on the icon. 2) Scroll through the Settings and then tap on Accounts & Passwords. 3 )Under the ACCOUNTS listed, locate the account you would like to update the SMTP settings for and tap on it to proceed. 4) Under IMAP, tap the Account field. 5) Under OUTGOING MAIL SERVER, tap on the SMTP field. 6)Tap on the server listed under PRIMARY SERVER to proceed. 7) There you can modify the SMTP settings for this account. 8)Tap Done. 9)The modified account details will be verified. Once successful, you will be redirected to the main page displaying the account. Now, restart your device. View the full article
  23. There are some things you can do, however, to help out with the “You do not have permission to perform this action” problem though. If it’s a particular file or folder you are trying to delete, you can simply give yourself full control permissions over the file. But before we go into that, try one other method that might be a bit faster. Go to Start, Programs, Accessories, and right-click on the command prompt and choose Run as Administrator. Now at the command prompt, type the following command: net user administrator /active:yes Press Enter and restart your computer. Now try to perform the task again that gave you the “You do not have permission” error. If that does not work, then follow the steps below to change the file permissions. To change the security permissions for a file, right-click on the file and go to Properties. Then click on the Security tab. Now click on the Advanced button at the bottom and click on the Owner tab. Click on the Edit button, click Other users and groups and type in your user account name and click Check Names. Click OK and on the Owner, tab makes sure to check the “Replace owner on subcontainers and objects” box. Now select your user account from the list on the Security tab and click Edit. Click Allow next to Full Control and click OK. Hopefully, this fixes one very annoying problems with Windows Vista. I did notice that upgrading to SP1 helped to reduce the occurrence of this error, so if you do not have SP1 installed yet, make sure to go to Windows Update. Enjoy! View the full article
  24. 1) Log into your SpamExperts account.  2) Click on the Recipient whitelist icon.  3) Locate the Whitelist a recipient area and enter the email address you wish to whitelist in the Email address field or you can whitelist the entire domain.  4) Click the Add button.  5) The newly added recipient will appear in the whitelisted recipient list above. Thank you :) View the full article
  25. To set up Outlook 2016: Navigate to Windows Control Panel > Mail > Show Profiles > Add. Specify your Profile Name and click OK. On the Auto, Account Setup page type your name, primary email address, and your mailbox password twice, then click Next. Outlook 2016 will start configuring your account. When you get a security prompt, check the box Don’t ask me about this website againand then click Allow. Windows Security window might then prompt your username and password. Enter your primary email address in the Username box and type your mailbox password and click OK. Outlook 2016 will discover your email server settings and finish configuration of your email account. Once you see all the steps as completed, you can click Finish. Now you can open your new profile in Outlook 2016. Important: Outlook 2016 can only connect to Exchange using AutoDiscover feature. A special DNS record must be configured for your domain in order for you to take advantage of the Outlook 2016. Outlook 2016 profile cannot be created with Outlook profile helper tool or Single Sign-On tool. Outlook 2016 doesn't support manual setup for Exchange accounts. Outlook 2016 does not support Exchange 2007 mailboxes. Only Exchange 2010 and later versions are supported. If you're getting an activation error 0x8007007B, close Outlook, and all other Office applications and use the Repair option under Control Panel > Programs and Features > your Office / Outlook installation > Change. Known issue: if you're experiencing issues connecting to Resource mailbox after upgrading your existing profile to Outlook 2016, delete the .ost file and re-create it. View the full article
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