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g_alias_login_disable – Disable user login as alias

Stops the user login to pop or imap as the alias account

Syntax: g_alias_login_disable bool

g_allow_bodyless – Allow bodyless email

This will allow bodyless email to be accepted. These are usually spam.  In particular Norton Antivirus in autoprotect mode closes the POP link which makes it appear that SurgeMail has terminated the connection when a bodyless email is encountered.

Syntax: g_allow_bodyless bool

g_allow_passzip_from – A list of addresses to allow unmonitorable archive messages to be sent from

These may of course contain viruses as they cannot be scanned, but some people still need to be able to accept such files.

Syntax: g_allow_passzip_from string

g_allow_passzip_to – A list of addresses to allow unmonitorable archive messages to be sent to

These may of course contain viruses as they cannot be scanned, but some people still need to be able to accept such files.

Syntax: g_allow_passzip_to string

g_allow_user_authent_field_get – A space separated list of authent process fields that users are allowed to view for themself using the POP xauthent_field_get command

This provides limited access to the user database for applications like webmail and surgeplus.

Syntax: g_allow_user_authent_field_get string

g_allow_user_authent_field_set – A space separated list of authent process fields that users are allowed to set for themself using the POP xauthent_field_set command

This provides limited access to the user database for applications like webmail and surgeplus.

Syntax: g_allow_user_authent_field_set string

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