|I have received a Proxy Manager license key. Where do I enter it?|
File | Proxy Manager Options in Outlook
|Click Register button in the Proxy Manager Options dialog.
|Enter the license key in the Register Proxy Manager dialog
I am trying to manually enter an SMTP address to send from in the From dropdown in Outlook, but I keep receiving a non-delivery report.
|Exchange server does not allow to send from an arbitrary SMTP address. You can only send from your primary or one of the proxy addresses.|
|I need to install Proxy Manager on multiple machines without any user interaction. Does Proxy Manager installer allow that?|
|You can download
the zip file with the dlls, copy the
appropriate version of the dll (ProxyMan32.dll for a 32 bit version of Outlook
and ProxyMan64.dll for a 64 bit version) to any folder and register it using
regsvr32.exe. No elevated privileges are required - Proxy Manager installs
itself in HKCU if it cannot be installed in HKLM.
You can use these dlls to install Proxy Manager automatically (regsvr32.exe /s) without any user interaction from, for example, a Windows logon script. You can also copy the license key (stored in the RegistrationKey value in HKCU\Software\AdvancedMessagingSystems\ProxyMan) to make sure the outgoing messages do not include a footer using a command similar to the one below:
REG ADD "HKCU\Software\AdvancedMessagingSystems\ProxyMan" /v "RegistrationKey2" /t REG_SZ /d "xxxxxxx-xxxxxx-xxxxxx-xxxxxxx"
|I am on a slow / high latency connection and Proxy Manager frequently returns TCP/IP timeout errors when sending messages. Is there a way to increase the SMTP connection timeout?|
|Yes, you can create a Timeout value (either string or
DWORD) in HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\AdvancedMessagingSystems\ProxyMan
The value is in milliseconds; for example. to set a 60 seconds timeout the value must be 60000.
The default value (without the Timeout registry value) is 10 seconds.
|What kind of SMTP authentication does Proxy Manager support?|
|Proxy Manager supports Login, Plain, and CRAM-MD5 authentication. If your server does not require authentication (e.g. if it uses authentication based on the IP address), you can leave the user name edit box empty; Proxy Manager will skip the SMTP authentication.|
|Our company would like to prevent end users from being able to specify arbitrary display names when sending through Proxy Manager.|
|You can create a DWORD registry value named CanEditNames with the value of 0 in HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\AdvancedMessagingSystems\ProxyMan. User names will default to the display name of the Exchange account.|