The following article describes the different Outlook Add-In functions and how to enable them from within the Control Panel.

Email functions

1. Deny & Allow Lists

This function allows individual users to add entries to the Deny & Allow Lists. To be able to add such entries, the user will need to have access to the Deny & Allow Lists functions from within the Control Panel.

2. Report Spam

This will allow users to report spam. This function is enabled by default and cannot be disabled.

3. Report Informail

Here user can report possible infomails. To do so, the customer will need an active Infomail filter for the domain or single users.

4. Request spam report

This will create a spam report for the user. This requires a setup spam report as well as the option „Allow user defined delivery times” enabled from “Management > E-Mail > Spam report”.

Archive options

The following options allow you to navigate and manage your email archive. You will find additional information on the archive service in this article.

1. Searching the archive

Requires an active archive, either for the complete domain or single users

2. Manual archiving

To be able to import individual emails into the archive, the option “Allow manual archiving” from “Management > Email > Archiving” within the Control Panel.

3. Mark emails as “Private

For users to be able to mark individual emails are private, you will need to have “Allow users to mark their Emails as private” enabled from “Management > Email > Archiving” within the Control Panel.

Encryption and Signatures

This will allow you to navigate through email encryption and signatures. Further information on that topic can be found here. Using the email encryption, requires the email encryption module to be active for the domain from within the Control Panel.

To use the email encryption, perform these steps:

1. Disable the option “Always encrypt” for the appropriate user from “Management > Email > Encryption > Certificates

2. Create a new outgoing encryption policy from “Management > Email > Encryption” and “Allow unencrypted

To use email signing, disable the option “Always sign” for the respective user under “Management > Email > Encryption > Certificates