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Sending a backup file by Email


One-step e-mail backup send. A practical way to deliver a backup to another person. Your backup file goes as attachment using your favorite mail client (MAPI) or directly by SMTP.

The email upload by SMTP starts in its own thread, which means that while it is sending the mail, you can continue using InBack for other tasks.

Send FTP and Send EMail are not exclusive, you can use both features at the same time for the same backup.





A. Email Type


1. MAPI: Uses your installed default a-mail client to send a mail with the attachment. When you use MAPI you can review and modify the message before sending it.

Note: Beware, when the mail is sent using MAPI the mail may actual stay in the outbox folder until you open the client mail (this happens for example with MS Outlook, but not with MS Outlook Express).

The first time a mail is send, you will receive a warning from Windows asking you to allow the connection. You have to do it, otherwise the mail cannot be send.


2. SMTP: Uses your ISP's SMTP gateway to send the e-mail outside directly, without user intervention. You can ask for a confirmation before sending, but you are not allowed to modify the outgoing mail.



B. Action for Email Send


1. Send Without Asking: The e-mail is sent automatically after the backup is successfully completed. For MAPI mails you may need to open your client mail to effectively send the message.


2. Ask Before Send: You will be prompted to "Send" or "Do Not Send" the message, once the backup is completed.


3. Do Not Send: No action is taken when the backup is completed.



C. Mail content (Valid for both MAPI and SMTP).


1. Email: The destination e-mail address. For MAPI, the remittent will be the default MAPI account on your machine.


2. Text Body: the body of the message. The backup file is going to be attached to the message. Here you can put an explanatory text for the destination user.



D. SMTP Setup.


1. Server SMTP: The SMTP output server that you want to use.


2. User SMTP: Your login name for the selected SMTP server.


3. Password SMTP: The password for the login name selected.



PRO-150 This is a Pro version only feature.



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