- General Aspects
- Quick Links
- Global Settings
- Axigen Services
- Starting, Stopping, Restarting Services
- Managing Service Listeners
- Managing Service Control Rules
- Configuring the SMTP Receiving Service
- Configuring the SMTP Sending Service
- Configuring the IMAP Service
- Configuring the POP3 Service
- Configuring the WebMail Service
- Configuring the WebAdmin Service
- Configuring the DNR Service
- Configuring the Remote POP Service
- Configuring the CLI Service
- Configuring Mobility & Sync Options
- Domains & Accounts
- Managing Domains
- General Domain Settings
- Setting Up Domain Aliases
- Managing the Domain Message Filters
- Setting Up a Message Appender
- Configuring Account Defaults
- Configuring the Storage
- Managing Accounts
- General Account Settings
- Editing the Account Contact Information
- Managing Account Aliases
- Configuring Account Quotas & Restrictions
- Defining the Account WebMail Options
- Managing the Account Message Filters
- Defining Send / Receive Restrictions for an Account
- Managing Groups
- Managing Mailing Lists
- Managing Public Folders
- Setting Up Account Classes
- Managing Domains
- Security & Filtering
- AntiVirus & AntiSpam
- Additional AntiSpam Methods
- Configuring Global Access Control
- Managing Acceptance & Routing
- Setting Up Incoming Message Rules
- Viewing the Quarantine
- Status & Monitoring
- Axigen Logging
- Back-up & Restore
- Automatic Migration
- Clustering Setup
- Configuring the POP3 Proxy Service
- Configuring the IMAP Proxy Service
- Configuring the WebMail Proxy Service
- Administration Rights
The first section in the WebMail tab is "Listeners". Here you can add, delete or edit the TCP socket listeners for the WebMail service.
Editing one of the existing listeners will result in accessing two configuration pages: "General" and "SSL Settings". The same pages will also be displayed when hitting the "Add Listener" button and choosing the "Advanced Config" option.
By default the listener will be configured on 0.0.0.0 and port 80, which is the standard port (non-SSL) for HTTP communication.
Specific to the WebMail and WebAdmin listeners is the "Secure login" section available in the Listener configuration edit > "SSL Settings" tab.
The "Secure login" options group will only appear after an SSL enabled listener is available for the WebMail service.
Here you can enable "Redirect to secure login page", which can be done either automatically or manually:
- The automatic redirect (which is also the default and recommended setting) will perform a 301 redirect for all the webmail users who access the unsecure login page.
- The manual redirect will add a "Secure login" link on the WebMail login page.
Here you can as well set a specific listener where the users will be redirected to.
This section allows you to configure per domain virtual hosts, similar to the virtual hosts feature of the Apache web server. This provides the option of accessing the WebMail service by entering the URL of the respective domain in scenarios were multiple independent domains are hosted on the same Axigen server.
By using Virtual Hosts you can:
- display customized WebMail templates for requests with specific virtual hosts in the URL (for example, you can add
mydomain.comas virtual host and set the template name to
mydomaintemplateif you want the WebMail to display, for requests of type
http://*.mydomain.com, the interface rendered through custom HSP files in the
<axigen_working_directory>/webmail/mydomaintemplate/directory); all of the other requests, that have no mapping enabled, will use the default templates in the
- set up custom SSL certificates and SSL settings for each virtual host, which allow you to use multiple SSL certificates without having to set up an SSL enabled listener for each host; this is achieved via SNI (Server Name Indication).
Detailed tutorials on how Virtual hosts can be configured are available in the following knowledge base articles:
- How to configure Webmail virtual hosts
- How to set custom login page for each domain
- How to prepare the webmail for future skinning
Access rules allow you to control connection to this service from specific Networks / IP Ranges / IPs.
The service flow control context allows you to define the max connections, max connections/interval, max peer connections, max peer connections/interval values.