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DefaultUser.ini File Configuration Options in Zaep  -  KB Article #1653

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Zaep supports configuration of default user settings by modifying options in the DefaultUser.ini file. This file can be found in the Zaep installation directory, which is C:\Program Files\\Zaep by default. The values for the DefaultUser.ini file are listed below:

Enabled=1 (0 or 1. 0 is disabled, 1 is enabled. Determines whether accounts will be enabled or disabled when created)
AllowChallenge=1 (0 or 1. 0 is disabled, 1 is enabled. Determines whether email challenges will be enabled when accounts are created)
ChallengeAddress= (Blank uses the account's email to send challenges. Set an email address here to use a different email address to send/receive challenge messages)
UseGlobalLists=1 (0 is disabled, 1 is enabled. Determines whether the account uses the global white, black, and subject word lists)
CheckPOP3Every=5 (1-60, the number of minutes Zaep will wait to check for new messages to challenge)
ResponseWaitDays=7 (1-30, the number of days allowed to respond to a challenge before Zaep blacklists the sender and deletes their messages)
AllowSelfEmail=0 (0 is disabled, 1 is enabled. Determines whether Zaep will approve emails sent to the account using the account's email address.)
0 - Clicking the challenge URL or replying to the challenge message.
1 - Clicking the challenge URL only.
2 - Replying to the challenge message only.
3 - Use the global setting.
BlackListPurgeDays=2 (1-30, The number of days an automatically blacklisted address remains on the blacklist before being automatically cleared by Zaep.)
WhiteListPurge=0 (0 is disabled, 1 is enabled. Must be used with WhiteListPurgeDays option below. Indicates whether or not Zaep should purge automatically whitelisted email addresses after a set number of days.)
WhiteListPurgeDays=60 (1-60, sets the number of days Zaep will keep automatically white-listed entries before deleting them when used in conjunction with the WhiteListPurge option above)