This feature allows you to configure automatic email response messages. This is useful, for example, when the recipient is unavailable.
2) Select the link "Autoresponders".
3) Push the button "Add Autoresponder".
a) Enter the interval, in hours, for the autoresponder to wait between responses to the same email address.
For example, if you set up an autoresponder with an interval of
24and you receive an email from
email@example.com 8:00 AM on Monday, the autoresponder immediately responds to the message. If, however,
firstname.lastname@example.org to email you throughout the day, the autoresponder does not send another response for 24 hours after the initial email (in this case, 8:00 AM on Tuesday). If
email@example.com you again after the 24-hour interval expires, the system sends them an autoresponse.
b) In the Email text box, enter the email address for which to respond.
c) In the From text box, enter the username to appear in the response.
d) In the Subject text box, enter the subject to appear in the response.
e) If the message includes HTML tags, select the HTML checkbox.
You can use tags in the body of the message to represent information, such as the incoming email's sender or subject. Tags use percentage signs (%) as markers.
The following tags are available:
%subject%— The subject of the message that the autoresponder received.
%from%— The name of the sender of the message that the autoresponder received. If the sender's name was not in the original email's header, the
%from%tag prints the sender's email address.
%email%— The sender's email address.
f) In the Body text box, enter the text of the response.
g) Select a start time. You can choose Immediately or Custom.
h) Select a stop time. You can choose Never or Custom.
i) Push the button "Create/Modify" to save the autoresponder.
Delete an autoresponder: