infoRouter application settings allow System Administrators to alter the behavior of the application.
To view or change the Application Settings, perform the following.
  1. Click on Control Panel.

  2. Click on Application Settings on the left-hand side.
  3. The right-hand panel will display a list of the default settings.
Allow Email Attachments:
Setting to determine if users can request subscription emails to be attached to their notification emails.
Attachment Size Limit:
Setting to determine the size of the attachment. If not set, no limit is imposed, otherwise the specified number (in bytes) in imposed.
Application URL:
This setting is very important. It must be set correctly for email functions to work properly. Set this value as http://[server name]/inforouter. If not set correctly, the links provided in outgoing notification emails will not function properly.
System Email Address:
This setting is used when emails are sent out. This value appears in the "From" portion of the outgoing notification emails.
Index Server:
This setting determines if infoRouter should use Index Server as its indexing engine.
Index Catalog:
This is the name of the Index Server Catalog that was created during installation. The default value is WHINDEX.
Search Page Size:
This setting determines the number of documents returned on each page of search results. The default value is 20.
Track Logins:
This setting determines if infoRouter is to track the logins of users. You nmay view this list from the control panel, Login Log section.
Default Archive Path:
This setting determines the default archive location path. It appears by default in the archive window.
File Upload Limit:
This setting determines the maximum file size that can be uploaded into infoRouter. Setting it to 0 would impose no limit. Any other setting (in bytes) would enforce this limit.
File Upload Time Out:
This setting determines the File upload timeout value (in seconds). This is the amount of time that a page will wait for a response from the server before it errors out.
Windows 2000/NT Authentication Domain:
This setting determines the name of the Windows 2000/NT domain that is to be used for users to authenticate against.
Allow Ownership Transfer:
This setting determines whether a user can transfer ownership of his/her documents and folders to others.
Enable Comment Notifications:
This setting determines if infoRouter should send out Comment Notifications when comments are entered.
Enable Subscription Notifications:
This setting determines if infoRouter is to send out Subscription Notifications when changes to subscribed documents are made.
Enable Review Notifications:
This setting determines if infoRouter is to send out Review Notifications when Tasks are generated.
Enable Send To Feature:
This setting determines if users can use the Send To feature to send out infoRouter documents via email.