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Android
: Email profile settings

Android
: Email profile setting
Description
Delivery settings
Profile type
This setting specifies whether you want this profile to support
Exchange ActiveSync
or
IBM Notes Traveler
.
The default value is "
Exchange ActiveSync
."
Days to synchronize
This setting specifies the number of days in the past to synchronize email messages and organizer data to an
Android
device with the
MDM controls
activation type.
For
Android
devices that use
Samsung Knox
MDM, if you set the value to Unlimited, only one month is synchronized.
This setting applies only to the default mail and organizer apps on
Android
devices with the
MDM controls
activation type.
Authentication type
This setting specifies the type of authentication an
Android
device uses to connect to the mail server.
Associated SCEP profile
This setting specifies the associated SCEP profile that an
Android
device uses to obtain a client certificate to authenticate with the mail server.
This setting is valid only if the "Authentication type" setting is set to "SCEP."
Use credentials and certificate
This setting specifies whether a device uses credentials and a client certificate obtained using the associated SCEP profile to authenticate with the mail server.
This setting is valid only if the "Authentication type" setting is set to "SCEP."
Shared certificate profile
This setting specifies the shared certificate profile for the client certificate that an
Android
device uses to connect to the mail server.
This setting is valid only if the "Authentication type" setting is set to "Shared certificate."
Associated user credential profile
This setting specifies the user credential profile for the client certificate that an
Android
device uses to connect to the mail server.
This setting is valid only if the "Authentication type" setting is set to "User credential."
Use SSL
This setting specifies whether a device must use SSL to connect to the mail server.
Accept all SSL certificates
This setting specifies whether a device automatically accepts untrusted SSL certificates from the mail server. If this setting is not selected, devices can connect only to mail servers that use a trusted SSL certificate.
Maximum email attachment size
This setting specifies the maximum size allowed for email attachments (in MB).
This setting applies only to
Android Enterprise
devices.
Default email signature for new messages
This setting specifies an email signature that is automatically appended to new email messages.
This setting applies only to
Android Enterprise
devices.
Enable S/MIME
This setting specifies whether devices can send S/MIME-protected email messages.
For devices that use the
BlackBerry Productivity Suite
, you must set a value for the "S/MIME support" setting instead.
Sign messages
This setting specifies whether devices send all outgoing email messages with a digital signature.
This setting is valid only if the "Enable S/MIME" setting is selected.
For
Android Enterprise
devices, this setting applies only to devices that use Divide Productivity.
For devices that use the
BlackBerry Productivity Suite
, you must set a value for the "Digitally signed S/MIME messages" setting instead.
Signing credentials
This setting specifies the credentials that a device uses to sign email messages.
This setting is valid only if the "Sign messages" setting is selected.
Signing shared certificate
This setting specifies the shared certificate profile for a client certificate that a device uses to sign email messages.
This setting is valid only if the "Signing credentials" setting is set to "Shared certificate."
Signing SCEP
This setting specifies the SCEP profile for a client certificate that a device uses to sign email messages.
This setting is valid only if the "Signing credentials" setting is set to "SCEP."
Signing user credential
This setting specifies the user credential profile for a client certificate that a device uses to sign email messages.
This setting is valid only if the "Signing credentials" setting is set to "User credential."
Encrypt messages
This setting specifies whether devices encrypt outgoing email messages using S/MIME encryption.
This setting is valid only if the "Enable S/MIME" setting is selected.
For
Android Enterprise
devices, this setting applies only to devices that use Divide Productivity.
For devices that use the
BlackBerry Productivity Suite
, you must set a value for the "Digitally signed S/MIME messages" setting instead.
Encryption credentials
This setting specifies the credentials that a device uses to encrypt email messages.
This setting is valid only if the "Encrypt messages" setting is selected.
Encryption shared certificate
This setting specifies the shared certificate profile for a client certificate that a device uses to encrypt email messages.
This setting is valid only if the "Encryption credentials" setting is set to "Shared certificate."
Encryption SCEP
This setting specifies the SCEP profile for a client certificate that a device uses to encrypt email messages.
This setting is valid only if the "Signing credentials" setting is set to "SCEP."
Encryption user credential
This setting specifies the user credential profile for a client certificate that a device uses to encrypt email messages.
This setting is valid only if the "Signing credentials" setting is set to "User credential."
Require smart card authentication for email
This setting specifies whether a smart card is required for
Samsung Knox
devices to authenticate with the mail server.
Allow user to edit settings
Specify whether the user can edit delivery settings.
This setting applies only to
Samsung Knox
devices.
External email domains
External email domain allowed list
This setting specifies the list of domains that a user can send work email or calendar entries to. For example, when a user adds a recipient who has an email address in the allowed domain to an email message or calendar entry, no warning message is displayed. This setting applies to the work space only.
If you list multiple domain names, separate the domain names with a comma (,), semicolon (;), or space.
External email domain restricted list
This setting specifies the list of domains that users cannot send work email or calendar entries to. For example, if a user tries to add a recipient with an email address from the restricted domain to an email message or calendar invitation, the Email app or Calendar app prevents the user from completing the task. This setting applies to the work space only.
If you list multiple domain names, separate the domain names with a comma (,), semicolon (;), or space.