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how_to:outbound_messages_not_appearing_in_monitor [2009/05/18 09:11]
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 If the message is ''​FROM:​ fred@domain.com'',​ VPOP3 will look to see if ''​fred@domain.com''​ is a local user or not. If the message is ''​FROM:​ fred@domain.com'',​ VPOP3 will look to see if ''​fred@domain.com''​ is a local user or not.
  
-    * If you have told VPOP3 to ''​Monitor ​ALL Outbound Messages'',​ VPOP3 will check the ''​Local Domains''​ setting on the ''​Local Mail''​ tab to see if it contains the ''​domain.com''​ entry +    * If you have told VPOP3 to ''​Monitor ​All Outbound Messages'',​ VPOP3 will check the ''​Local Domains''​ setting on the ''​Local Mail''​ tab to see if it contains the ''​domain.com''​ entry 
-    * If you have told VPOP3 to ''​Monitor ​ALL Outbound Messages'',​ VPOP3 will check the ''​Local Domains''​ as above, and it will also look for a VPOP3 user called ''​Fred'',​ which must have the ''​Monitor Messages''​ option enabled. ​+    * If you have told VPOP3 to ''​Monitor ​Selected ​Outbound Messages'',​ VPOP3 will check the ''​Local Domains''​ as above, and it will also look for a VPOP3 user called ''​Fred'',​ which must have the ''​Monitor Messages''​ option enabled. ​
  
 Note: if you use some form of SMTP authentication (either POP3 before SMTP authentication or full SMTP authentication),​ then VPOP3 will use the login name to decide whether it should monitor the message, instead of using the ''​FROM:''​ address. (n.b. some email clients do not support SMTP authentication) ​ Note: if you use some form of SMTP authentication (either POP3 before SMTP authentication or full SMTP authentication),​ then VPOP3 will use the login name to decide whether it should monitor the message, instead of using the ''​FROM:''​ address. (n.b. some email clients do not support SMTP authentication) ​
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