SMTP PLUGIN INSTALLATION
The SMTP Plugin installation is similar to
the POP3 plugin installation.
Figure 1 - Plugin installation
New plugins can be installed by choosing
Installed Plugins from the Plugin
menu (Figure 1).
Figure 2 - Available plugins for installation
In the "Available plugins for installation" window
click on the SMTP plugin install link and the installation process will
start (Figure 2 , Figure 3 ).
Figure 3 - Wait untill the installation process
Figure 4 - Starting the configuration
After installation you'll see the SMTP
plugin appearing on the list of plugins in the "Currently
installed plugins" screen. On this form you can start the configuration by
cliciking on the Configure link (Figure 4 ).
Figure 5 - User authentication
To start the configuration, click on the Configure URL and type the number of the POP3
port into the Port: text box. The POP3 server built
into the plugin will listen on this port. If you would like the POP3 server
of the pluginto start automatically when the Ozeki Message Server software
starts, place a checkmark into the "Autoconnect on startup"
checkbox and press Ok. Place chech mark into
the Require user autentication checkbox if you would like to receive
status report. In other case the status report will go back to every user's
Inbox (Figure 5 ).
STARTING THE PLUGIN
After the plugin has been
installed, you need to start it. The startup process means that the plugin
allocates the configured SMTP port and starts to listen on it for incoming
connections. You can start the Ozeki Message Server SMTP plugin
by clicking on "Connect" in the "Currently installed plugins" screen (Figure 6
, Figure 7 .).
Figure 6 - Starting the plugin
After you have clicked on the Connect URL, you may use the Refresh this page link to check the connection
Figure 7 - Checking the plugin connection state
If the connection was successfull the Connection
state will be changed from offline to online. The connection picture
also shows the online state.
CONFIGURING THE MS OUTLOOK EXPRESS
configure the Microsoft Outlook Express, open the Properties main menu Inbox
menu (Figure 8).
- Open Inbox
Add new Mail... box connection(Figure 9).
- Open Inbox
- Create display name
Type in the display name(Figure 10).
Figure 11 - The SMS e-mail address
Set up the SMS e-mail address. The address starts with mobile
phone's (SIM card) number and continues with @ozeki.msg(Figur e 11).
Figure 12 - The e-mail server names
The 127.0.0.1 is the default local address for each computer. If you are
testing the functionality over the network, you can use the IP address of
the server, where Ozeki Message Server is installed (Figure 12).
Figure 13 - Login name to the message server
Set up the same user name and pasword that you use for login to the Ozeki
Message Server. The client users have to write in their client account
After finishing the creating of the new Inbox connection we can start
to set up the port.
- Opening properties
Open Properties (Figure 14)
You should place a check mark in the "My server requires
authentication" checkbox. So when the status reports come back it
will go to the SMS sender's Inbox. Else every user can receive one
copy of the status report (Figure 15).
- Port set up
You should set up the same port numbers than you gave at POP3 and SMTP
configuration. Mainly check the SMTP port, the default is 25. You can configure
the delivery options than at e-mails (Figure 16).
STARTING SENDING AND RECEIVING
OUTLOOK EXPRESS SMS
There are 3 easy steps to create SMS in the Outlook
Express (Figure 17 ).
Figure 17 - Sending
1. Open a New mail.
2. Select the sender (e.g. +email@example.com)
3. Add the phone numbers to
the To: or Bc: or Bcc row in the following
4. Write text of the SMS in the Body part
of the text editor.
5. If you are ready click on the Send button.
Figure 18 - Receiving SMS
The receiving is almost the same when you receive e-mail (Figure 18).
When an Status report arrives in the Inbox the subject row starts with the