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    Robert Tanenbaum commented  · 

    GearMage support responded with two solutions:
    1) Mail Attachment Downloader can support outgoing email on external accounts, it just doesn't need to be configured in the tool.
    You will have the option pop up in the Send mail action in the dropdown.
    Yes, you can send an email using another email account. That would work.
    2) An alternative solution you may want to explore - the passwords are simply stored in the Windows Credential Manager.
    Another option that you could pursue is having an external process to auto-update the password for the Mail Attachment Downloader key in the Windows Credential Manager.
    Then the program will automatically pick it up (btw, there may be two entries one for the program/service you may need to update both).

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    Robert Tanenbaum commented  · 

    Note: I received this response from Gearmage Support on May 30, 2019
    We have not yet tried it out, but it looks promising.
    It requires each user to run the launch a batch file instead of running the MailAttachmentDownloader.exe directly, but that is still preferable to having everyone use a common login before launching Gearmage.

    If you run the program with the --help it will provide you with some options. These options will help you run the PRO Server with multiple admin support.
    • Create a batch file to run MailAttachmentDownloader.exe with some options
    • In the batch file start launch MailAttachmentDownloader.exe with the options -c and -l. -c takes in a config directory that both admins have access to. So it would be something like MailAttachmentDownloader.exe -c "C:\MAD\SharedConfig" -l
    • Make sure the batch file is always Run as administrator with admin rights

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