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This group of option defines properties for a list of e-mail recipients.
A list of e-mail addresses of primary recipients who's addresses will be displayed in the 'To' field. E-mail addresses may be entered as "Name"
A list of e-mail addresses of secondary recipients who's addresses will be displayed in the 'CC' (='Carbon Copy')field. E-mail addresses may be entered as "Name"
This group of settings defines specific sender's name and e-mail address that are unique to this recipient list. These settings override the Default Sender values set in the Outgoing E-Mail server settings. If left blank, the respective default values from the Default Sender section of the Outgoing E-Mail server settings will be used.
A name that will be displayed in the 'From' field of the e-mail. Please note, that some mail servers forcibly insert user name defined in this mail server settings regardless any settings in AnyFileBackup.
An e-mail address that will be displayed in the 'From' field of the e-mail after the Sender name (if any).
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This group of options allows to set the default values for subject and text fields of outgoing e-mails as well to set some other settings. These values are 'default' because they are used only if not superseded by specific values set for particular e-mail message in Task Scenario.
The subject matter of the e-mail. You may use Macro strings in this field.
The body of the e-mail. You may use Macro strings in this field.
An encoding that is used to create the e-mail message. Depending on your region and recipients' e-mail clients you may choose the most appropriate encoding. It is common to use UTF-8 as a default encoding.
A format of the e-mail message that can be either Plain text or HTML. In HTML you may use additional text formatting (like making text bold, italic, or underline it), create links and generally take all the advantages of HTML format.
The urgency of the e-mail. E-mails with 'High' priority when displayed in e-mail clients usually have a different colour or a special sign attracting attention of the recipient. It is recommended to use 'Normal' priority by default unless circumstances require otherwise.
A name of the current account that will be displayed in account list. If left blank, the address (or number, or user name, or account ID, as the case may be) from General section above will be used as the account name.
Any notes related to this account.
A list of tasks that use this account.
A unique identification number that may be used as a macro string parameter. This value cannot be changed.
A calendar date and time when this account was created. This value cannot be changed.
A calendar date and time when any of the properties of this account has been changed. This value changes automatically and cannot be changed manually.
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