Store all your information about an email address (including installation instructions) in your vault and share it with co-workers or clients.
Never again your team or client will ask to send email settings.
A standard template for email configuration
|A short name or label for the email account to easily identify it.
|The email service provider, such as Gmail, Yahoo, or Outlook.
|The type of email server, such as POP3, IMAP, or Exchange.
|The email address associated with the account.
|The username used to log in to the email account.
|The password used to log in to the email account.
|The name or address of the incoming email server.
|The port used to connect to the incoming email server.
|SSL / TLS
|Whether the email server uses SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) or TLS (Transport Layer Security) encryption.
|The type of authentication used to access the email server, such as password, OAuth, or Kerberos.
|The name or address of the outgoing email server.
|The port used to connect to the outgoing email server.
|SSL / TLS
|Whether the email server uses SSL or TLS encryption for outgoing email.
|The type of authentication used to send email, such as password, OAuth, or Kerberos.
|The URL or web address of the email service's webmail interface.
|The location of any files related to the email account, such as configuration files or attachments.
|Any additional notes or comments about the email account.
|Any relevant tags or keywords associated with the email account for organization or search purposes.