You can access the Server Options dialog by clicking on Server > Additional. It consists of two tabs: General, Additional and Email Settings.
The General tab allows to make the basic settings for the server:
Server language: Determines the language to be used.
Server Port: Determines the port.
Storage Folder: Defines the path at which databases are stored by default.
Logging: Here you will find all options to the logs which Password Depot Enterprise Server creates. You can decide that no databases are to be created, if it should be one database or a database for every program start of the server. In addition, you can choose the directory on which the databases are to be saved. By default, this is the subdirectory Logs in the program directory of Password Depot Enterprise Server. Furthermore, you can enter the maximum size of the log database.
On this tab may be principally changed the backup settings:
Backup Folder: Determine where your backups will be stored. You can change the folder via the Browse button (three dots) on the right.
Backup databases on every startup: If you check this option, a backup of all databases will always be created when you start the program.
Backup databases every: Set a number of hours after which an automatic backup of your databases will be done.
Backup logs to file: If you activate this option, the program will create a protocol of the executed backups and store it within the selected file. In this way, you can later see at which time the databases were saved.
New connection from different PC: Here you can determine what happens in case a users connects him/herself to the server using a different PC. Either the new connection is denied, or it is allowed with the existing connection being closed.
On this tab you can configure the settings for email notifications about events.
Sender: Add the sender's email address and name.
Outgoing Server: Configure the outgoing mail server.
Test Connection: Enter an email address and click Test Connection to check if the entered settings are right.