Connector-free, MAPI-based Outlook doesn't enable the use of the linked attachments feature is inherent to BlueMind and currently requires the Outlook connector.
- BlueMind 4.0 with a subscription
- Client workstation:
- Up-to-date Windows 10
- Up-to-date Outlook 2013 (or above)
- External and autodiscover urls must be available from the workstation via HTTPS: when entered into a browser, they must bring up the BlueMind login page.
- Open Outlook
- Create a new Outlook profile: the account must not be added to an existing profile
Add a new Email account
Do not choose manual configuration
- Enter the user's email address and password:
- After a few moments, Outlook announces that the account has been successfully configured:
- Check "Change account settings" and click "Next"
- Check "Use Cached Exchange Mode" and slide the cursor to the right all the way to "All":
- Click "Finish"
You're all set! Your Outlook account now natively communicates with BlueMind!
Version 4.3 of BlueMind has a mail subscription feature that works the same way as shared calendars and shared address books. This means that you can display shared mailboxes in Outlook with MAPI.
To do this, just log into your BlueMind account and go to your account settings page > Mail section > Subscriptions tab.
For more details about subscriptions, please go to:
Error when creating an account because of a wrong saved password
Issue/symptoms: Outlook doesn't let you create an account when you enter a password – Outlook says that the password is wrong.
Cause: the user has saved a wrong password for this account during a previous attempt to create an account.
Troubleshooting Checks: in the server's log file
/var/log/nginx/access.log, you will find lines such as:
This means that a wrong password for firstname.lastname@example.org is being submitted during account creation.
To remove the wrong password:
- make sure that Outlook and the account creation window are closed.
- open the Credential Manager by typing Windows + R
- then "
control /name Microsoft.CredentialManager" in the run box:
- click OK (or type <Enter>)
- delete entries such as
E.g. to delete the password for :
Shared mailboxes aren't shown in the list of user folders
Mailshares are shown in the "Public folders" section.
Public folders can be found by clicking the three dots at the bottom of the Outlook navigation pane: