1 Page 1 Table of Contents Introduction... 2 Configuration & Spam Detection... 2 WinWare Webmail Accounts Account Notes... 4 Definitions... 5 Sender Policy Framework (SPF) Account Setup for Windows Account Setup of Apple Account Setup for Android Account Setup for iphone, ipad, ipod How Works... 11
2 Page 2 Introduction WinWare, the IT department of Windsor Graphics operates and maintains three mail servers whose sole purpose is to receive, store and deliver electronic mail. Obtaining an account hosted on either of these three Mail Servers is reserved exclusively for Windsor Graphics clients. The three operate through the same mail exchange software package featuring exactly the same security features and Spam detection plug-ins. The only difference between the three mail servers is the extensive filtering of incoming mail on the Primary Mail Server while there is virtually no filtering on the Client Mail Server. Client accounts are predominantly hosted on the Client Mail Server where there is no filtering, however, client accounts can be hosted on the Primary Mail Server on request. The third Mail Server is a Mailbag Server, a backup of the other two. In the event of an outage or failure of either of the two account hosting, the Mailbag Server will accept and retain client s until such time as service is restored on the two account hosting. All three employ extensive Spam detection plug-ins which can be too restrictive for some users. Therefore it is very important for any client contemplating having their hosted on a WinWare Mail Server to be aware of the restrictive configuration of the servers. The restrictive configuration may result in the occasional legitimate being refused by the mail server because the did not satisfy one or more of the configuration settings. The remainder of this document will outline the configuration and Spam detection plug-ins employed by the, instructions for setting up on your mail handler as well as a description of WinWare Webmail to allow our clients to retrieve their even when they re away from the office. Configuration & Spam Detection Most of the configuration and Spam Detection on the are standard and no different than any other Mail Server. However, those listed below are unique to the WinWare. Blank Subject Line - The Winare do not accept any with a blank subject line. Attachment Restrictions - The Winware Mail Servers remove the attachment(s) on any where the attachment(s) file extension is.exe,.dll,.bat,.com,.cpl,.hta,.pif,.rtf,.scr,.tmp,.tpm,.vbs, or.zip. SMTP Authentication - The Winware Mail Servers require the client to provide username and password to send mail. POP before SMTP - The Winware retain login credentials for a period of time to augment and by-pass the need for SMTP Authentication. Sender Policy Framework (SPF) - The Winware employ SPF and refuse any originating from a mail exchanger that is not in the authorized list for the sender s domain. SPF is a DNS based protocol. The domain DNS administrator identifies the mail exchangers authorized to be sending mail for the domain. SPF reduces address spoofing. DNSBL - The Winware check every incoming for listing in three Spam databases; spamhaus, spamcop and sorbs. If the sender s Mail Exchanger s IP address is listed in any of these Spam databases, the Winware Mail Server will refuse the . Sender Address Verification - The WinWare refuse any sent from an address that the sender s account host will not verify as legitimate. Auto Lockout - The WinWare will refuse connection, for a 24 hour period, from any IP Address which has failed
3 Page 3 Configuration & Spam Detection Cont d authentication 3 or more times in a 60 minute time period. GeoIP - The originating country of every handled by the WinWare is determined and recorded by the Mail Servers. The WinWare refuse any originating from a small list of specific countries. Spam Assassin - The WinWare employ Spam Assassin and will refuse any scored by Spam Assassin as Spam. Clam AntiVirus - The WinWare employ Clam AntiVirus which checks every incoming and refuses those containing a malicious threat. Symantec AntiVirus - The WinWare Mail Servers employ Symantec Endpoint Protection removing any malicious threat on the servers. In terms of Mail Server Configuration and Spam Detection, it is important to recognize that 90% or more of the incoming connections on any Mail Server is Spam. While we make every effort to eliminate the acceptance and delivery of Spam s, it is impossible to catch and block all of them. There will always be the odd one that gets through. To emphasize the significance of Spam on a Mail Server, consider this. Our receive over 30,000 incoming mail connections every day. With over 90% of those being Spam s, our receive over 27,000 incoming Spam connections every day. Even if only 0.1% of those get past detection, that s over 27 Spam s a day being delivered to our clients. Our goal is to eliminate Spam entirely. WinWare WebMail WinWare Webmail is accessible through any Internet browser. The URL (Internet Address) you must go to is the same as the Internet Address of your incoming mail server included in the account notification provided by Windsor Graphics. WinWare Webmail Continued To determine the Internet Address giving you access to WinWare WebMail, substitute everything to the left of sign and sign in your address with giving you For example, the Internet Address to access WebMail for the is Additional examples may help you better understand the concept. The following examples give an address and the corresponding Webmail URL. Webmail: Webmail: Webmail: Accounts When you are issued an account on one of the WinWare you will receive notification from Windsor Graphics outlining information you will need to set up your Handler so that your Handler will connect with the WinWare Mail Server and pick up mail in your account automatically. The notification from Windsor Graphics will contain: Your Address - all lower case characters Account Username - your full address Account Password - the password associated with your Account Username Incoming Mail Server (POP3) - the Internet address of the Mail Server hosting your account. Outgoing Mail Server (SMTP) - the Internet address of the Mail Server configured to send mail for your account. Authentication Required - the authentication required to send mail on your account. The Server requires Authentication must be checked and Use
4 Page 4 Accounts Continued same settings as Incoming Mail must be selected. SSL Authentication - do not check this option, the do not run on SSL (Secure Socket Layer) protocol. Outgoing Mail Server Port - the port must be changed from 25 to 587 Leave Copy on Server - the option to leave a copy on the server must not be checked except on mobile electronic devices (Blackberry, IPhone, IPad). Any and all other settings in the configuration of your Handler do not impact the ability of your Handler to connect to and pick up and send s on your account. We do not support Handler setup and configuration. There are far too many Handler software packages to be fluent in all of them. However, instructions for setting up your account in Windows Live Mail are provided at the end of this document. Account Notes In terms of your account, there are some things that may assist you in working with your address and your account on a WinWare Mail Server. Sender Policy Framework (SPF) is activated and defined on all accounts hosted on any of the WinWare. SPF is designed to eliminate address spoofing. address spoofing is when someone sends out s using someone else s address as though the was sent by the address owner. While address spoofing is only eliminated on employing SPF protocol and for domain zones where SPF is defined, the number of and domain zones adhering to SPF is steadily growing. Ideally all and domain zones would subscribe to SPF. The impact SPF has on your address and account is that it is more difficult for someone to spoof your address including yourself. SPF defines the Account Notes Continued authorized to send mail using your address as the sender. The only authorized to send mail using your address as the sender are the WinWare Mail Servers. A SPF record is created for every domain DNS WinWare hosts identifying the WinWare as the only mail exchangers authorized to be sending mail for the hosted domain. As such, if you attempt to send mail through your own ISP Mail Server using your WinWare account, any server subscribing to SPF will deny delivery of the . To prevent this from happening, only use the WinWare Mail Server to send s on your WinWare hosted account. WinWare WebMail is provided as a service to allow you to pick up your even when you re away from your office, on holidays or on a business trip. It is not intended to be used as a routine means by which you access your account. WebMail places additional, unnecessary load on the impacting the operation of the in receiving, processing and delivering s for all accounts hosted on the servers. Users who abuse the WebMail service by routinely accessing their account through WebMail will have their WebMail access terminated. Your Account Username and Password are authenticated by the Mail Server as a matched pair. This provides security on the Mail Server and your account. The safe and private keeping of your Account Username and Password is your responsibility. Store them in a safe, secure location. Changing the Outgoing Mail Server Port from 25 to 587 is extremely important for some users. Some service providers hijack all Internet traffic being transmitted on a specific port and direct it to a specific, predetermined Internet address. For example, Shaw Internet service hijacks all Internet traffic being transmitted on port 25 of their system to their own. If your Internet is provided by Shaw or one if its subsidiaries and you don t change the Outgoing Mail Server Port in your handler, you will not be able to send
5 Page 5 Account Notes Continued s using your WinWare hosted address. While this is especially true for Shaw Internet Service, it is also true for many other ISPs. While our have massive storage capacity, the Handler on your primary desktop or laptop computer should not be configured to Leave a Copy of s on the Server. Our are not intended to be an archive medium for your . In the event that we find accounts containing large volumes of stale dated s, we will limit the storage capacity for those accounts on the. We do recognize the need to Leave a Copy on the Server when accessing accounts by mobile electronic devices but expect our clients to access their accounts from their primary desktop or laptop computer removing all in their account at least once per week. Definitions Mail Exchanger - is a computer connected to a network configured to exchange mail with other mail exchangers and Handlers. A mail exchanger may or may not be connected to the Internet. Mail Server - is a Mail Exchanger connected to the Internet and hosts accounts. While a Mail Exchanger may do the same thing, a Mail Exchanger doesn t necessarily host accounts, it may simply exchange s. Handler - is a software program designed to communicate with Mail Exchangers. Examples of Handlers would be MS Outlook, Outlook Express and Windows Live Mail. DNS Server - is a application specific computer connected to the Internet whose purpose is to resolve domain names to the IP Address of the Internet Server where a service for the domain is hosted. A DNS Zone on a DNS (Domain Name System) Server will contain IP Addresses for domain services like: the DNS authority Definitions Continued the domain s website the domain s mail exchangers sub-domains SPF (Sender Policy Framework) While there may be many other records listed in a DNS zone for a given domain, these are the records pertinent to accounts and handling. The DNS administrator controls the entries for a given domain on the DNS Server. Sender Policy Framework (SPF) Sender Policy Framework is a protocol used by DNS administrators to identify the Mail Exchangers that are authorized to be sending mail for a given domain. SPF is a simple text record in the DNS Zone on a DNS Server for a given domain. SPF returns four responses to a DNS inquiry: Pass - the sending mail exchanger is authorized to be sending mail for the domain in question Fail - the sending mail exchanger is not authorized to be sending mail for the domain in question Softfail - it is inconclusive whether the sending mail exchanger is authorized to be sending mail for the domain in question None - there is no SPF record in the DNS Zone for the domain in question. If SPF returns a Pass rating for any given , the sending Mail Exchanger is authorized to be sending mail for the given domain and the mail should be and is delivered. If SPF returns a Fail rating for any given , the sending Mail Exchanger is not authorized to be sending mail for the given domain and the mail should not and is not delivered. If SPF returns a Soft Fail rating for any given , the sending Mail Exchanger may or may not be authorized to be sending mail for the domain in question entirely due to incorrect creation of the SPF record in the domain s DNS. What the domain DNS administrator is saying is it is alright for anyone and everyone to send mail for the domain in question from the sending Mail Exchanger. In this case the authority of the sending Mail
6 Page 6 SPF Continued Exchanger to send mail for the given domain is unknown and the mail should not be and is not delivered. If SPF returns a None rating for any given , all domains are authorized to send mail from the sending Mail Exchanger because the given domain does not subscribe to SPF. In this case the mail should be and is delivered. The significance of SPF is enormous. It protects the security and identity of your address, preventing a spammer or anyone else from spoofing your address. For example, suppose your address is and some person in Germany attempts to send out thousands of Spam s using your address. Because your domain DNS hosted on a WinWare DNS Server automatically has a SPF record which exclusively identifies only WinWare Mail Exchangers to be authorized to send mail on the johndoe.com domain, all Mail Exchangers that subscribe to SPF receiving the Spam s from the guy in Germany will refuse delivery of the Spam s. Regardless of what Mail Server your accounts are hosted on or what Mail Exchangers are responsible for sending and receiving s for your account, you should insist SPF be implemented on those Mail Exchangers. You should also insist that your domain DNS administrator create an appropriate, concise and explicit SPF record for your domain. SPF is terribly misunderstood and under utilized. One would think that public enterprises would actively protect the integrity and security of their domain addresses yet the Town of Carstairs, Town of Didsbury, Town of Bowden and Town of Olds do nothing of the sort. One would also think that huge ISPs like Telus and Shaw who offer Shared Hosting would automatically create SPF records in the DNS of your hosted domain. Such is not the case. You are responsible for the maintenance and conduct of your domain and your domain addresses. It is up to you to make sure the integrity and security of your domain and domain addresses are protected.
7 Page 7 Account Setup for Windows Following are step-by-step instructions for properly setting up your account using Windows Live Mail. If you use an Handler other than Windows Live Mail, the settings will be the same but the step-by-step process may be slightly different. 1. Launch Windows Live Mail 2. If you already have an account set up in Windows Live Mail, click Add account. If this is the first account being set up in Windows Live Mail, continue at step Enter your full Address (provided in the notification from Windsor Graphics) 4. Enter your Password (provided in the notification from Windsor Graphics) 5. Check Remember Password 6. Enter your Display Name 7. Check Manually configure server settings for account 8. Click Next 9. Ensure My incoming mail server is a... is set to POP3 10. Enter your Incoming server (provided in the notification from Windsor Graphics) 11. Ensure the Incoming server Port is set to Leave This server requires a secure connection (SSL) unchecked 13. Set Logon using to Clear Text Authentication 14. Enter your Login ID as your full address 15. Enter your Outgoing server (provided in the notification from Windsor Graphics) 16. Ensure the Outgoing server Port is set to Leave This server requires a secure connection (SSL) unchecked 18. Check My outgoing server requires authentication 19. Click Next 20. Click Finish 21. Right-click the account you just created and select Properties 22. Enter Organization if appropriate 23. Enter your full address in Reply address 24. Ensure Include this account when receiving mail or synchronizing is checked 25. Click the Servers tab 26. To the right of My server requires authentication, click Settings 27. Ensure Use same settings as my incoming mail server is selected 28. Click Okay 29. Click the Advanced tab 30. Uncheck Leave a copy of messages on the server 31. Click Apply 32. Click Okay NOTE: If these setup instructions don't work for you, search Google for your specific application or contact your Windows product retailer for assistance.
8 Page 8 Account Setup for Apple Following are step-by-step instructions for properly setting up your account on an Apple Machine. If you use an Handler other than the generic Apple , the settings will be the same but the step-by-step process may be slightly different. 1. Launch your handler 2. Click 'Add an Account' 3. Enter your name 4. Enter your full address and password (provided by Windsor Graphics) and click 'Next' 5. Server Type: select 'POP' 6. Server Address: enter your incoming mail server (provided by Windsor Graphics) 7. Username: enter your full address 8. Enter your password and click 'Next' 9. Cannot send secure password: click 'Continue' 10. Outgoing Server: enter your outgoing mail server (provided by Windsor Graphics) 11. Outgoing Server requires Authentication: Check 12. Use only this server: Check 13. Cannot send secure password: click 'Continue' 14. Click 'Create' NOTE: If these setup instructions don't work for you, search Google for your specific application or contact your apple product retailer for assistance.
9 Page 9 Account Setup for Andriod Following are step-by-step instructions for properly setting up your account on an android cell phone. Because of the sheer number of different makes and models of android cell phones and other electronic devices, these step-by-step instructions are purely a guideline and may vary slightly from one android device to another. 1. Tap the Menu icon 2. Tap 'Settings' 3. Scroll down to the 'Personal' section and tap 'Accounts and Sync' 4. Tap 'Add account' 5. Tap ' ' 6. Enter your address and password then scroll down and tap on 'Manual setup' 7. Tap 'POP3 account' 8. Enter as your username your full address, tap 'Next' 9. Your password is filled automatically, tap 'Next' 10. Enter your POP3 Server (Incoming Mail (POP3) provided by Windsor Graphics) and tap 'Next' 11. Enter Port 110 and tap 'Done' 12. Enter your SMTP Server (Outgoing Mail (SMTP) provided by Windsor Graphics) and tap 'Next' 13. Enter Port 587 and tap 'Next' 14. User name: enter your full address and tap 'Next' 15. Your password is filled automatically, tap 'Done', tap 'Next' 16. check frequency: 15 minutes 17. Sync check 18. Send from this account by default: optional 19. Notify me when arrives: check 20. Tap 'Next' 21. Give this account a name: user's choice, tap 'Next' 22. Your Name: Enter your full name, tap 'Done' NOTE: If these setup instructions don't work for you, search Google for setup on your specific device or contact your android retailer for assistance.
10 Page 10 Account Setup for iphone, ipad, ipod Following are step-by-step instructions for properly setting up your account on apple handheld devices. Because of the sheer number of different makes and models of apple handheld devices, these step-by-step instructions are purely a guideline and may vary slightly from one apple device to another. These instructions are specific to an iphone Tap on the settings icon. 2. Scroll down and tap on the 'Mail' option (should be a blue & white picture on an envelope beside it). 3. Under Accounts, tap 'Add Account ' 4. There will be a list of providers, tap 'Other'. 5. Under Mail, tap 'Add Mail Account' 6. Enter your name, address and password. Description should fill in automatically. Tap 'Next' 7. At the top on the screen tap 'POP' 8. Under Incoming Mail Server, enter the Host Name (Incoming Mail (POP3) provided by Windsor Graphics), User Name (your full address), and your password. 9. Under Outgoing Mail Server, enter the Host Name (Outgoing Mail (SMTP) provided by Windsor Graphics), User Name (your full address), and your password. Tap 'Save'. 10. A message will come up saying, 'Cannot connect using SSL, do you want to try connecting without SSL?' Tap Yes. 11. Tap on 'Save' in the top right corner. 12. Under Accounts, tap on account you just created (listed by the description in step 6 above). 13. Scroll down and tap on 'SMTP' 14. Tap on the mail server associated with this account (e.g. mail.2believe.ca), under Primary Server, ensure the server is on and the host name, user name and password are correct. SSL should be switched to OFF. Authentication should say password beside it, and the server port is Tap 'Done' 16. Under Advanced the Remove option should be set to After one week. Turn Use SSL to OFF. Authentication is Password, Delete from Server after Seven days, Server port is 110 and S/MIME should be set to OFF. 17. Go back by tapping on the top left button (account description). 18. Tap 'Done' at the top right. 19. Scroll down to Default Account and tap on account description. 20. Go back. 21. Tap your 'Home' button. 22. Tap on your icon. 23. Go back by tapping the top left button until you can t anymore. Under Accounts you should see the account you just set up. Tap on it. NOTE: If these setup instructions don't work for you, search Google for setup on your specific device or contact your iphone, ipad, ipod retailer for assistance.
11 Page 11 How Works A step-by-step description of how works may assist you in understanding what is happening when you pick up your or send an . Some terms used in this description may be foreign to you. Definitions of some terms are included at the beginning of this document. Picking up your 1. Your mail handler sends a inquiry request to a DNS Server to find out the IP Address of the Mail Server hosting your account. 2. The DNS Server responds with the Mail Server's IP Address. 3. Your mail handler sends a POP3 request to the Mail Server hosting your account. 4. The Mail Server records the time and date, connection IP Address, and connection Country. 5. The Mail Server checks the Auto Lockout database for the registry of the requested POP3 connection IP Address. If registered, the connection is terminated. 6. The Mail Server responds asking for your username and password. 7. Your mail handler responds with your username and password. 8. The Mail Server verifies the username and password, records your IP Address in the POP before SMTP database, and delivers your mail to your mail handler. 9. Your mail handler receives the mail and confirms receipt. 10. The Mail Server sends an end of mail delivery notice to your mail handler. 11. Your Mail handler responds and requests a termination of the POP3 connection. 12. The Mail Server responds deleting copies of the delivered mail and terminating the POP3 connection. Sending 1. Your mail handler sends a inquiry request to a DNS Server to find out the IP Address of the Mail Server hosting your account. 2. The DNS Server responds with the Mail Server's IP Address. 3. Your mail handler sends an SMTP request to the Mail Server hosting your account. 4. The Mail Server records the time and date, connection IP Address, and connection Country. 5. The Mail Server checks its GeoIP settings to see if connections from that Country are allowed, if they are not allowed, the connection is terminated. 6. The Mail Server checks the Auto Lockout database for the registry of the sender's IP Address. If registered, the connection is terminated. 7. The Mail Server checks the POP before SMTP database to see if the sender's IP Address is registered, if not the Mail Server requests Username and Password credentials. Your mail hander sends the credentials and the Mail Server authenticates them. If the credentials cannot be authenticated, the Mal Server terminates the connection. 8. The Mail Server requests the sender's address and the recipient's address. 9. Your mail handler responds with the sender's address and the recipient's address. 10. The Mail Server checks 3 Spam internet databases for the sender's domain. If the sender's domain is found in any one of the 3 Spam databases, the SMTP connection is terminated. 11. The Mail Server checks with the sender s DNS Server to see if the IP Address of the connection is authorized to be sending s on that domain (SPF), if not the SMTP connection is terminated. 12. The Mail Server sends a request to the sender's Mail Server to verify (Address Verification) that the sender's address is legitimate and active, if not the SMTP connection is terminated. 13. The Mail Server responds informing your mail handler it is ready to receive the mail. 14. Your mail handler sends the mail to the Mail Server.
12 Page 12 Sending Cont d 15. The Mail Server confirms receipt and checks the Subject Line of the , if blank the connection is terminated. 16. The Mail Server begins delivery. 17. The Mail Server sends an inquiry request to a DNS Server to find out the IP Address of the Mail Server hosting the recipient's mail. 18. The DNS Server responds with the IP Address of the Mail Server hosting the recipient's address. 19. The Mail Server sends an SMTP request to the recipient's Mail Server. 20. The recipient's Mail Server correspondingly goes through steps 4 through The Mail Server delivers the mail to the recipient's Mail Server and requests an end of the SMTP connection. 22. The recipient's Mail Server confirms receipt and terminates the SMTP connection. Mail Sent to you 1. The sender's Mail Server requests an SMTP connection with your Mail Server. 2. The Mail Server records the time and date, connection IP Address, and connection Country. 3. The Mail Server checks its GeoIP settings to see if connections from that Country are allowed. If they are not allowed, the connection is terminated. 4. The Mail Server checks the Auto Lockout database for the registry of the sender's IP Address, if registered the connection is terminated. 5. The Mail Server requests the sender's address and the recipient's address. 6. The sender's Mail Server responds with the sender's address and the recipient's address. 7. The Mail Server checks 3 Spam internet databases for the sender's IP Address. If the sender's IP Address is found in any one of the 3 Spam databases, the SMTP connection is terminated. 8. The Mail Server checks with the DNS for the sender's domain to see if the IP Address of the connection is authorized to be sending s on that domain (SPF), if not the SMTP connection is terminated. 9. The Mail Server sends a request to the sender's Mail Server to verify (Address Verification) that the sender's address is legitimate and active, if not the SMTP connection is terminated. 10. The Mail Server responds informing the sender's Mail Server it is ready to receive the mail. 11. The sender's Mail Server sends the mail to the Mail Server. 12. The Mail Server confirms receipt and checks the Subject Line of the , if blank the connection is terminated. 13. The Mail Server begins delivery. 14. The Mail Server checks the accounts list to find the recipient's address. If not found, the Mail Server terminates the connection and adds the sender's IP Address to the Auto Lockout database. 15. The Mail Server sends a terminate SMTP connection to the sender's Mail Server. 16. The sender's Mail Server responds terminating the SMTP connection. 17. The Mail Server delivers the mail to your account.
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ACCESSING YOUR E-MAIL ON A MOBILE DEVICE ACCESSING YOUR E-MAIL ON A MOBILE DEVICE You can access your USC e-mail on the following mobile devices: Android BlackBerry BlackBerry 10 iphone /ipod Touch /ipad
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Setting Up Email on Your Palm Treo 700wx Smartphone Intellectual property notices 2006 Palm, Inc. All rights reserved. Trademark, copyright, patent, and other intellectual property notices are set forth
This manual will help you connect your Microsoft Windows XP, Vista, or 7, or Apple OS X computer to the University of Maryland campus data network. Prerequisites for Network Registration: 1. In order to
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Implementing MDaemon as an Email Security Gateway to Exchange Server Introduction MDaemon is widely deployed as a very effective antispam/antivirus gateway to Exchange. For optimum performance, we recommend
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Outlook Express Open up Outlook Express From the Menu Bar Tools to Accounts - Click on Mail Tab Click on mail.nefcom.net (default) Click on Properties button Click on the General tab User Information E-mail