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Knowledge Base Articles
This article describes how to compact the domain and object storages of a domain.
In this article we provide the steps for improving the search performance for large mailboxes.
How to deal with the "File too large" error when restoring a full domain backup on Windows using Windows Explorer
When trying to copy / paste (restore) – using Windows Explorer – a full domain backup folder and files to the Windows Axigen Mail Server using the "File System Access" module, a pop-up window displays the following error: "The file 'folder name' is too large for the destination file system".
How to setup Axigen to use a specified FQDN when sending emails (EHLO banner) / modify the default SMTP banner for incoming connections
How to setup Axigen to use a specified FQDN when sending emails (EHLO Banner) / modify the default SMTP banner for incoming emails
This article describes how to integrate Axigen with Bitdefender Security for Mail Servers on Linux.
This article describes how to use Avast Core Security for Linux as an AntiVirus filter in Axigen.
This article describes how to install CYREN (Commtouch) version 5.00.0084 on FreeBSD 9.2 x64
How to use a non administrative account to perform Active Directory to Axigen (L2A) LDAP synchronization
This article describes how to use a non administrative account to perform Active Directory to Axigen (L2A) LDAP synchronization.
How to perform LDAP authentication with Active Directory or with OpenLDAP using the "mail" LDAP attribute
Axigen can be configured to perform authentication against an Active Directory or an OpenLDAP server instead of using the internal password database. When using LDAP authentication, by default the username is matched with the 'uid' LDAP attribute for OpenLDAP and with the 'sAMAccountName' attribute for Active Directory.
In some situations the user's email address may be stored in the 'mail' LDAP attribute and the account part of the user's email address may be different than the value of the default 'uid' or 'sAMAccountName' attributes.
This article describes how to authenticate the Axigen accounts by matching the user's email address against the 'mail' LDAP attribute.
Important: the LDAP connector described in this article should only be used for authentication. It should not be used to perform synchronization between Axigen and the LDAP server.
This article describes how to apply a quick workaround in order to not be vulnerable.
This article describes the steps required for the upgrade process from an Axigen 9.x version to the latest Axigen X version.
Axigen X is available only for the 64 bit architecture. If you are using a 32 bit Linux system you can use the steps described in this KB article to transfer your existing Axigen installation on a 64 bit Linux system.
How to make the Axigen storage available for read (backup) and write (restore) operations as a part in a file-system of the machine Axigen is running on.
This article describes how to configure ActiveSync with Windows 10 Mail app.
Note that the user must have the ActiveSync premium add-on active. Within the Webadmin interface under Domains & Accounts -> Manage Accounts click “Edit” for the desired account and in the “General -> Premium add-ons for this account” sub-section ensure that the checkbox corresponding to “Enable ActiveSync” is enabled.
This article describes how to publish your Axigen calendar using the Apple Calendar app (iCal)