From this screen you can add, change or remove the accounts that SpamButcher checks for spam. Clicking the Add or Change buttons will bring up the dialog below.
This option will export all SpamButcher configuration data into registry file which can be loaded onto another SpamButcher installation. The settings can be imported into another copy of SpamButcher by closing SpamButcher, double-clicking on the file, then restarting SpamButcher.
Check for Updates
Clicking this button will check if you're running the latest version of SpamButcher or not. If a new version is found, the SpamButcher website will open so you can download it.
If you are unsure of your account settings, the required information can frequently be found under the "Configuration" menu of your e-mail client. If you cannot determine what your settings are contact your ISP.
Specify a name for your account here. You may choose any name you like as it does not relate to any server settings.
Enter the e-mail address for your account here.
POP Server (Incoming Mail)
This is the server SpamButcher will check for incoming messages.
This is your logon account for your POP3 server.
Enter the password for your POP3 server here.
Check this box if you require SSL to connect to your POP3 server. Most users should leave this unchecked.
Use Secure Authentication
Check this box if you require secure authentication when connecting to your POP3 server. Most users should leave this unchecked.
Clicking this button will allow you to specify a non-standard port for your POP3 server. Most users should not change this.
Clicking this button will cause SpamButcher to logon to your POP3 server to verify your settings.
SMTP Server (Outgoing Mail)
Specify your SMTP server here. SpamButcher uses your SMTP server to restore messages.
Check this box if your SMTP server requires authentication.
Enter the account you use to logon to your SMTP server here. This is frequently the same account used to logon to your POP3 server. This field will only be enabled if you have checked "Requires Authentication."
Enter the password you use to logon to your SMTP server here. This is frequently the same password used to logon to your POP3 server. This field will only be enabled if you have checked "Requires Authentication."
Check this box if you require SSL to connect to your SMTP server. Most users should leave this unchecked.
Recover messages as if sent from my own email address
This option re-addresses recovered messages so they appear to have come from your own email address.
It's specifically useful when dealing with "553" or "address not verified" errors that are commonly occur on SMTP servers run by Yahoo! or sbcglobal.net.