- Axigen Binary File
- Axigen Working Directory
- Axigen Configuration File (axigen.cfg)
- The mqview Tool
- Message Flow Policies (smtpFilters.script)
- Securing SMTP Services
- SPF, DKIM & DMARC
- A-grade SSL Listeners
- Configuring IPv6
- Configuring the WebMail & WebAdmin Discovery by Search Engines
- Configuring the WebAdmin Customer Reference as Read Only
- Axigen Indexes
The Axigen working directory path depends on your operating system:
- For Linux:
- For Windows:
C:\Program Files\Axigen Mail Server\
The Axigen Working directory also contains the following:
ctasd/- This folder contains the configuration files for Commtouch
domains/- This folder contains domains-related files. For each domain a new folder is defined and within each folder contains the domain storage, object storage and message storage files.
filters/- This folder contains all the filters defined at the server, domain or account level. The smtpFilters.script file (SMTP Policies are defined in this file) is also located in this folder.
kas/- This folder contains the files used by the Kaspersky AntiSpam engine.
kav/- This folder contains the files used by the Kaspersky AntiVirus engine.
log/- This folder is used to store the log files.
queue/- This folder is used to store email messages received and enqueued.
reporting/- This folder contains files that the server uses to render reporting charts.
run/- This folder contains the Axigen Mail Server current configuration file.
serverData/- This folder contains server storage related information.
templates/- This folder contains the template files used for sending customized and localized system messages.
webadmin/- This folder contains all the files required by the WebAdmin interface.
webmail/- This folder contains all the files required by the WebMail interface.
mobile_ua.cfg- This file contains strings that will identify mobile web browsers.
axigen_cert.pem- This file contains a self-signed certificate that can be used with SSL-enabled services.
axigen_dh.pem- This file contains the Diffie-Hellman key, required in order to use ADH and DHE ciphers for SSL.