ndMail Folder Mapping Registry Keys

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Registry location: Computer\HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\NetDocuments\ndMail\Folder Mapping

OR

Computer\HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\NetDocuments\ndMail\Folder Mapping

Note: Settings on administration level prevail over user-level settings.

Registry Names

Value: Meaning

AddMailSyncNetDocumentsCategory

True: Add Filed to ND category to emails while filing to NetDocuments (default)

False: Does not add a category to emails while filing to NetDocuments

AddToRecent

True: Add filed emails to the recent items in the NetDocuments (default)

False: Do not add filed emails to the recent items in the NetDocuments

AutoResync

0: Emails are not resynced in mapped folders when users start Outlook (default)

1: All emails not copied previously are resynced in all user's mapped folders after Outlook start and the value is reset to 0 after that startup

2: All emails are resynced in all user's mapped folders after Outlook start and the value is reset to 0 after that startup

3: All emails not copied previously are resynced in all user's mapped folders after Outlook start and will keep the value set to after that start so that it resyncs on every Outlook startup (instead of just one)

4: Users get a prompt after Outlook start to resync all of their mapped folders. They can sync all items or just sync items that were not previously copied to NetDocuments. Then, the value is reset back to 0

The feature is disabled by default

ContainerCheck

String to check folder or workspace when mapping Outlook folder to NetDocuments folders.

Empty by default

CopyExistingEmails

Allows administrators to set the default values for the Copy pre-existing emails too check box when mapping a folder or to remove the option

True: Select the check box by default for all new mappings (default)

False: Clear the check box by default for all new mappings

HideAndTrue: Hide the check box and always copy pre-existing emails in the mapped folder

HideAndFalse: Hide the check box and never copy pre-existing emails in the mapped folder

DBtblQueueCreateDate

Date (dd/mm/yyyy): Dates on which tblQueue table was created in the DB. The latest date is added to the left.

No default value. The value is automatically filled when the table is created.

DelegateFiling 

Enables mapping folders in a delegated or shared mailbox.

True: Map a folder in a mailbox owned by another user if you have the appropriate delegate/shared access to it (default)

False: Map a folder in your own mailbox only (default)

DisplayNotificationsBalloon

True - Displays error messages in the notification area (default)
False - Does not display error messages in the notification area

EnableLogging

True: Enable logging

False: Disable logging (default)

ExcludedFilingTypes

Disable filing for specified Outlook items in Predictive Filing.
Note: Separate multiple values by semicolons (;).

For possible values, see Item Types & Message Classes.

Empty by default.

FolderCustomIcon

True: Show custom folder icons in Outlook for your users' mapped folders.

False: Do not load custom folder icons.

The default is no value which behaves the same as False. This registry setting is only available in HKCU.

Note: Custom folder icons can slow down Outlook startup in some environments.

FolderSuffix

String value. You can add your own custom tag to the end of names of folders that are linked to NetDocuments.

When empty, uses default (nd) value.

FolderSuffixAdd

True: Add/Remove (nd) customized tag to the end of folder names linked/unlinked to NetDocuments (default)

False: Does not add/remove (nd) customized tag to the end of folder names linked/unlinked to NetDocuments

ForceMapOnFolderCreate

0: Do not force users to map new Outlook folders 

1: Force users to map new Outlook folders after creation (default)

LatestVersionUpgraded

Number: <Software Major Version number>.0 

1.0 by default

MappingMode

0: File emails in mapped folders (default)

1: A third-party such as Verqu can control the filing of the items in mapped folders and ndMail will only control the mapping relationship but not the filing itself for those mapped folders

NotificationsBalloonRepeatTime

Determine the time interval (in minutes) for the error message to appear

Values: Any integer value. The default is 1. 0 shows messages about all failed emails

PreSetupID

0032 (default)
Please contact NetDocuments if you need to use a different value

PromptIntervalOnFolderCreate

Note: This registry is only for users who have Outlook open on multiple computers and are using PromptOnFolderCreate registry set to True.

Values: Any integer value. The default is 0.

Determine the amount of time difference (in seconds) between the folder creation time and the folder modification time. On the computer where the folder was created, these two values will be the same. On another computer, there will be some amount of time difference between the two depending on how quickly Exchange/Outlook creates that new folder on the second computer. When set to 0, the user is only prompted to map the folder on the first computer where the folder is created if multiple machines are actively running Outlook. If prompting on all machines is desired, a recommended value is 60, in which 60 seconds account for Exchange/Outlook delay in creating that new folder and would, therefore, prompt the user on all computers to map the folder. 

PromptOnFolderCreate

True: Prompt users to map new Outlook folders to NetDocuments (default)

False: Disable the automatic prompt to map a newly created Outlook folder to NetDocuments

SearchEmailUsingUTC

True: When a new folder is added, search an email in NetDocuments using UTC Date (default)

False: When a new folder is added, do not search an email in NetDocuments using UTC Date

SecondaryQueueInterval

Determine the time interval (in seconds) when the secondary queue is checked after the main queue finishes processing.

Values: Any integer value. The default is 60.

UploadMethod

1: Use the same upload process as ndOffice (direct upload); this is the method used by Folder Mapping versions which shipped with ndMail 1.0 and 1.1. Messages are filed directly from Outlook and are stored as .msg files

2 (default): Use the same Exchange-based filing process as predictive filing and allow the same Access options, including the Participants option. Messages are filed from Exchange and are stored as .eml files

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