Automatic interception mode
In this window the automatic interception mode settings are specified.
The list of intercepted addresses of mail servers by default contains four lines. In the first line any addresses on port 143 (standard IMAP4 servers) are set, in the second line any addresses on port 119 (standard NNTP servers), in the third line any addresses on port 110 (standard POP3 servers), and the fourth line any addresses on port 25 (standard SMTP servers). The list can be edited.
The check box is selected by default, in this case the program is instructed to test the automatic interception functionality. If automatic interception of at least one connection fails, select the .
For more details on the settings specified in this window click the corresponding area in the picture.
Setting manual interception mode
In this window the manual interception mode settings are set.
The list of intercepted addresses consists of entries setting a correspondence between the program's port, a server's address and a server's port. The list can be edited.
If you switch from the automatic to the manual interception mode, then it is also necessary to adjust the mail client's settings. Enter "localhost" in the incoming and outgoing mail server address fields and change ports to the corresponding ports. E.g. if a server pop.mail.ru and port 110 are set to port 7000 then the mail client's settings must be as follows: incoming mail server localhost, port 7000.