Edit Functional Mailbox
The following information can be edited / seen here:
- Display name
- E-Mail / Sender address
- Redirecting option
- Redirecting address
- Quota pool
- Allocated storage
- Used storage
- Send as for
- Full access
An e-mail alias is an alternative e-mail address that points to an existing user account.
The user "email@example.com" wants to receive e-mails sent to "firstname.lastname@example.org" as well.
If you create "email@example.com" as an e-mail alias for "firstname.lastname@example.org", the e-mails of both accounts will be delivered to the same inbox.
Any number of aliases can be created for an existing e-mail address.
Sample address: email@example.com
- Redirecting option:
- The option local storage only means that no e-mails will be forwarded.
- The option redirect only is the usual forwarding feature to another e-mail address. Your e-mails will not be available in the original mailbox anymore.
- The option both means that your e-mails will be forwarded to another e-mail address and stored in the original mailbox.
- Redirecting address:
- In this box you can enter an e-mail address, to which your e-mails will be forwarded.
- Quota pool:
- By clicking the arrow on the right end of the box you can choose the quota pool where the data of the mailaccount shall be saved.
- Allocated storage:
- The available storage for the mailaccount can be determined here. It may consist of several different quota pools.
- Used storage:
- The used storage can be seen here.
- Send as for:
- Here you can fill in another mail account, which is then able to send e-mails in the name of the functional mailbox.
- Example: If "Mustermann@sample-institution.rwth-aachen.de" is filled in, "Mustermann@sample-institution.rwth-aachen.de" may send e-mails as "Sekretariat@sample-institution.rwth-aachen.de".
- Full access:
- With this option you can give another mail account full access to this mail account.
- Throttling Policy:
- Here one can define how many mails per day can be sent fron the mailbox.