SMTP-Incoming context

Axigen Administration via CLI

The commands available for the SMTP-Incoming context are:

  • EXIT/QUIT - exits CLI and closes connection to Axigen
  • HELP - prints this help message
  • BACK - cancels any changes made and switches back to the previous context
  • COMMIT - commits the changes made in this context
  • SHOW [ATTR <param>] - shows information about this context
  • SAVE Config - saves the server's running configuration
  • LIST Listeners - lists available listeners
  • START Service - starts the smtp incoming service
  • STOP Service - stops the smtp incoming service
  • SET [maxErrors <maxErrors>] - sets the max no. of wrong commands
  • SET [maxAuthErrors <maxErrors>] - sets the max no. of failed authentications
  • SET [maxConnThreads <maxThreads>] - sets the max no. of threads handling the conn.
  • SET [minConnThreads <minThreads>] - sets the min no. of threads handling the conn.
  • SET [logLevel <level>] - sets the service's logging level
  • SET [logType <type>] - sets the service's logging type
  • SET [logHost <host>] - sets the service's remote logging host
  • SET [maxReceivedHeaders <maxHeaders>] - sets max no. of received headers for a mail
  • SET [userdbConnectorType <type>] - sets the type of the userdb connector
  • SET [userdbConnectorName <name>] - sets the name of the userdb connector
  • SET [enableSmtpRouting <yes - allows this service to become a routing smtp service
  • RESET - resets the service to the currently active configuration
  • CONFIG mappingData - enters the mapping data context
  • CONFIG AccessControl - enters the AccessControl context
  • ADD Listener [address] <address> - adds a listener to the service (changes context)
  • UPDATE Listener [address] <address> - updates a listener from the service (changes context)
  • REMOVE Listener [address] <address> - removes a listener from the service
  • SHOW Listener [address] <address> [ATTR <param>] - shows the given listener