||What it Sets/Changes
|Default charset for filesystem
|The default charset used for filenames on the file system.
If this is set to a supported charset, OpenWebMail will convert the
filename between user preference charset and the fscharset.
If this is set to 'none', no conversion will be issued.
|Use lightbar for selection
|Whether to use the light bar for selection.
|Use Regex in search and filterrule
|If set this option to 'yes', the regular expression is assumed when
doing keyword match in search and filterrule.
|Hide folder internal data||If this option is enabled, internal messages used by POP3 or IMAP server will be hidden.|
|Categorized folders list||On
the folders page, list user folders by category. You define the
category by naming the folder as category-foldername, separated by the
string or character of your choice (default is "-", "/" is not allowed).|
|New mail sound notification
||Plays a sound at the arrival of a new incoming e-mail.
|New mail popup window notification
of seconds for new mail notification pop-up window to remain on the
screen. Set to "0" to switch the new mail window off.
|Sent message popup window notification
|This is the remaining time of the mail sent notification window.
If it is set to value larger than 0, OpenWebMail will popup a window to notify the user after a successful message sending.
|Dictionary for spell check||The default dictionary to be used when checking the spelling of a message. This can be changed "on the fly".|
|Trash folder messages lifetime||Number of days to retain e-mails in the Trash folder. After the number of specified days, the Trash folder will be emptied.|
|Spam/Virus folder messages lifetime
||Messages in Spam and Virus folder will be deleted if its day age is more than this value.
|Auto-refresh message listing
||This is the interval in minutes that OpenWebMail will refresh
the screen when the user is listing a folder or reading a message.
It gives the OpenWebMail a chance to check the new mail status.
|Session timeout||Maximum allowed time to be logged into OpenWebMail without action.|