You can use the following pages to set options for Alarm++. If you uninstall Alarm++, your settings are removed as well.
When this option is selected, Alarm++ automatically opens the most recent alarm file when it starts.
When this option is selected, you are asked to confirm the action when you delete one or more alarms.
When this option is selected, you are asked to confirm delete and close commands if an alarm is snoozing. In other words, if you delete an alarm and it's snoozing, you are notified that the alarm is snoozing and asked to confirm the delete. Similarly, if you open a new alarm file or exit Alarm++ and an alarm is snoozing, you are asked to confirm the operation.
When this option is selected, a beep will be played when a notification message box is displayed. When it's not selected, Alarm++ will not make any audible notification of message boxes.
Note: This does not refer to any sounds you select for events.
When this option is selected, the main window is displayed (rather than hidden) whenever Alarm++ starts. This option can be overridden by passing the "-show" switch as an argument to Alarm++.
When this option is selected, the short date format (from the Control Panel's Regional settings) is used to display dates in the main window. When this option is not selected, the long date format is used.
Use this to set the font for the list of alarms in the main window.
This determines what action Alarm++ takes when Windows is shutting down and an event window is displayed. The default behavior is for Alarm++ to prompt the user, notify them an event is currently displayed, and ask if they want to snooze it, dismiss it, or cancel the shutdown process.
If Snooze is specified, Alarm++ will automatically snooze any displayed event when it's closing an alarm file. It will be as if you clicked the Snooze button on every displayed event window.
If Off is specified, Alarm++ will automatically dismiss any displayed event when it's closing an alarm file. It will be as if you clicked the Off button on every displayed event window.
When an event window is displayed, Alarm++ will disable the Snooze and Off buttons for this many milliseconds. After the time has elapsed, it will enable the Snooze and Off buttons. (A value of zero will not disable the buttons.)
You might use this to ensure that you are forced to notice the event window before you dismiss it.
You might specify a value here if your computer takes a few seconds to establish an Internet connection after it resumes from sleep. If you have events that require an Internet connection (e.g., e-mail), this will give Windows time to establish it before Alarm++ initiates any events.
Use this page to enter information about your SMTP server if you want e-mail support.
Alarm++ will use the specified SMTP server when it needs to send e-mail.
The name of your POP3 outbound mail server, such as: "mail.my_domain.com" (without the quotation marks). (Please consult your ISP for details.) This is the same server you configure for your e-mail client's outbound messages.
If you're unsure, leave this as the default (port 25). However, there may be instances where your ISP blocks this port and you need to use a different one.
Optional: If your SMTP mail server requires authentication, this is your account user name or ID.
Optional: If your SMTP mail server requires authentication, this is your account password.
Your name as you want it to appear in the recipient's inbox, such as: "John Doe" (without the quotation marks).
Your e-mail address that you want your recipients to use when they reply to your messages, such as: "my_name@my_domain.com" (without the quotation marks).
See the New Alarm and mail property page sections for more information on e-mail support for alarms.
When you are finished configuring your SMTP settings, press the Test button to see if Alarm++ can connect successfully.