After you perform any changes to the user settings, click thebutton in the upper left corner of the page to save these settings.
User settings are connected with the full version of Kerio WebMail. Most of the user settings changes will be therefore applied also in the full version of the program. Settings applicable only to Kerio WebMail Mini are marked by a note in parenthesis.
Use this option to set the number of messages that will be displayed in the message list. This option applies only to the WebMail Mini interface.
Selection of a language for the Kerio WebMail interface.
Selection of the date display. The date form follows this pattern: dd — day, mm — month, yyyy — year.
Selection of the time display for messages and contacts folders.
Check the option to read messages in a new window.
Check this option to write messages in a new window.
This option is enabled by default. When logging in to WebMail from a mobile device, the pages will be optimized to fit to the screen of the device. This setting will hide the WebMail logo, make the folders list more compact, etc.
Check this option if you do not want to store deleted messages in Deleted items folder.
The email address from which the messages are sent. Should any address be specified here, the new email message dialog will include a menu where an address can be selected (see figure 2.18 Sender selection).
Address to which replies will be sent (the
Name of the company is included in the message as the
The signature added automatically to all sent messages (including replies and forwarded messages).
Check this item to show the signature at the end of the message. By default, the signature is added before the original message.
The image attachments (GIF, JPEG) can be displayed directly in the message body. If this option is unchecked, only a hyperlink to the image is displayed. It is not recommended to enable this option in WebMail Mini with slow Internet connection. The option is set separately for WebMail Mini and for Kerio WebMail interface.
Each message with HTML body can contain links to images stored on the remote server. If this option is enabled, the images will be downloaded from the server. In this way, for example, active mailboxes can be identified easily (and misused for the purpose of sending spam messages). Your computer can be also attacked due to browser security errors. For these reasons, it is recommended to leave this option inactive.
There are three fields for specifying the original password as well as the new one. The new password must be entered twice, in order to eliminate typing errors. If the password contains special (national) characters, users of some mail clients will not be able to log in to Kerio MailServer. It is therefore recommend to use only non-diacritic characters for passwords.