Adding Email Profiles



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The Communication tab allows you to create profiles defining communication settings for iOS devices. Supported communication methods are Email, Wi-Fi, and VPN.

To add an email profile:

  1. Log in to the SecureaAywhere website.
  2. Click the Mobile Protection tab. The Mobile Protection console displays with the Status tab active.
  3. Click the Policies tab. The Policies tab displays.
  4. Click the Add a policy icon or double-click on a policy that you want to add an email profile to. The Policy Details window displays with the General tab active.
  5. Click the Communication tab. The Communication tab displays.
  6. In the Categrory column, select the Email category and click the + (plus ) icon. Multiple fields display. 
  7. Populate the fields using the information in the following table.
    FieldDescription 

    Display name of email account

    Enter the name of the email profile.

    This is a free-form text field and is required.

     
    Account type

    From the drop-down menu, select the type of email account:

    • IMAP
    • POP

     

    Path prefix

    Enter the path prefix. 

    This is a free-form field and is required with IMAP.

     

    User email address

    This is a free-form field and is optional. 

     

    Allow user to move messages to other email accounts

    Yes or No. Yes is the default.  

    Incoming Mail Server

    Free-form text, required.

     

    Incoming Mail Port

    Enter or select a port number.

     

    Incoming Mail Username

    This is a free-form field, and is optional. 

     

    Incoming Mail Authentication Type

    Type of authentication used for incoming messages. Options:

    • None
    • Password - This is the default.
    • MD5 challenge-response
    • NTLM
    • HTTP MD5 digest
     

    Incoming Mail Password

    This is a free-form field and is optional.   

    Incoming Mail Use SSL

    Defines whether or not SSL will be used for incoming mail. Yes or No. No is the default. 

     

    Outgoing Mail Server

    THis is a free-form field and is required.

     

    Outgoing Mail Port

    Type or select the outgoing port number.

     

    Outgoing Mail Username

    This is a free-form field, and is optional. 

     

    Outgoing Mail Authentication Type

    Type of authentication used for outgoing messages. Options:

    • None
    • Password - This is the default.
    • MD5 challenge-response
    • NTLM
    • HTTP MD5 digest
     

    Outgoing Mail Use same password as Incoming Mail

    Specifies whether to use the same password for incoming and outgoing messages. No is the default.

     

    Outgoing Mail Password

    If the above is No, enter the outgoing mail password. Free-form text, optional.

     

    Outgoing Mail Use SSL

    Defines whether or not SSL will be used for outgoing mail. Yes or No. No is the default.

     

    Outgoing Mail Allow recent address syncing in iOS with this account

    No is the default.

     

    Outgoing Mail Only allow Mail app to use this outgoing mail account

     

    No is the default.

     

     

    Outgoing Mail Use S/MIME encryption

    No is the default.

     

     

    Outgoing Mail Signing certificate

    If S/MIME is Yes, lists the detected certificates.

     

    Outgoing Mail Encryption certificate

    If S/MIME is Yes, lists the detected certificates.

     
  8. Click the Save Changes button.
  9. When you are ready to go live with this policy, click Promote Draft to Live.