Case: Email thinning from MS Exchange accounts, storing data into Box

  1. Go to Mail2Cloud Dashboard
  2. Click on 'Add New' button at Email sync panel.
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  3. Choose Exchange as your server.
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  4. Type your credentials.
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  5. Enter the email account that you want to sync.
  6. Select the date range of emails that will be synced to your cloud storage account (in this case 'The beginning').
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  7. Click on 'Select your Cloud storage' button.
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  8. Select your BOX account and enter the credentials.bj_selectBox.png

  9. Select 'at Folder'.
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  10. Click on '../{Subject}' button to customize the file path where your emails will be saved.
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  11. Click on 'Advanced options' and then on 'Other filters'.
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  12. Toggle 'By folder selection' and select the folders you want to sync. For maximum thinning do not limit to emails in a specific folder.
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  13. Go to 'Import options'.
    Toggle:
    • 'Do not overwrite files'
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    • Toggle 'Save attachments' and rReplace attachments with cloud storage links'
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    • Toggle 'Save message as .pdf'.


    • Toggle 'Use a sub-folder for the PDF version of the email' and enter a name for the sub-folder.


    • Toggle 'Save message as an .eml source file'


    • Toggle 'Use a sub-folder for the copy of the original email (.eml file)' and enter a name for the sub-folder


  14. Go to 'Security options'
    • Select 'Anyone (public links)'
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  15. Go to 'Notification options'
    • Toggle 'Notify me on error'
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    • Enter an email address for the notification.
  16. Click on 'Apply settings' and the on 'Create task' button.
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