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    Well @Plesk Staff, the scenario is the typical one:
    My clients want to use their mailing-account in Thunderbird and/or Outlook but don't know a dime about ports, SSL or anything. I want to provide them with state of the art settings out of the box, for security and to avoid clients pulling all their mails via POP3 and blaming me, once their computer breaks down.
    Also I have got multiple domains on a single server, which all are supposed to resolve to the same mx/mail-domain, so clients always connect to the central server.

    @analyzer:
    Autodiscover only forces a configuration where it isn't a choice anyway. Using Thunderbird you can always manually edit the settings if you want to, but in other software that doesn't leave the choice, in most cases it is better for the user and the provider to provide a secure and out-of-the-box setting.

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