Account General Settings
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Edit personal Certificates
Import your S/MIME or security certificates.
Edit personal vCard
Create and edit your vCard, an electronic business card. Attach your vCard to outgoing messages to easily send your contact information to business partners, friends and family.
Default address book
If you have multiple address books define which should be used with your account..
This account is the default for "mailto:" URLs
Check to make this account the default for e-mails triggered from outside The Bat!. This is important to ensure that correct addresses and templates are used in a new e-mail.
Virtual folder name template
This field defines how The Bat! will name a new virtual folder. You can, for instance, precede the name defined in the virtual folder dialogue with a prefix to make it easier to recognize.
Example: VF %Name in the field would result in a new virtual folder called VF Ideas.
Use only normal ASCII characters in this field: letters, numbers and the @. Avoid special characters, otherwise certain servers may have problems with your e-mails.
Your name as it shows in the RFC headers of outgoing mails. This field is required.
Your e-mail address as it shows in the RFC headers of outgoing mails. This field is required.
The name of your company or institution, used in outgoing mails headers. this field is optional.
Usually the information in these fields is the same as in the From fields. Depending on your needs, you can put in a different name and address.
Example: You are working in the billing department of your company. All your e-mails contain information for customers to get a registration or support code. The customer has to reply to your e-mail,
which is then sent to your company's support department. Put in the name of the department (or a specific colleague) in this field.
Use only non-ASCII characters in this field: letters, numbers and the @. Otherwise certain servers may have problems with your e-mails.
The name of the person a reply to your e-mail should be sent to.
The e-mail address of the person a reply to your e-mail should be sent to.
NB: To have The Bat! omit the Reply-To header completely, delete the contents of the Reply-To information field. If these fields are present, the header will be added to your outgoing messages even though the information only duplicates the From header.