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How-To: Configure WebMail for Multiple Mail Servers and/or Domains


  

Product: All

Version & Build: 4.0 & above

 

WebMail supports MISP or multiple mail server configurations and multiple domain configurations where the connections are different from the default domain.

Background Information:

The main connection information is located in the WebMailSvr.ini file. Depending on your directory structure, this file may be located in the root directory of: Web\Webmail or MWMServer or VMWServer.

 

Multiple mail server (MISP) or multiple domain configuration:

1. Locate the WebMailSvr.ini file and open it with a text editor

2. Scroll to the bottom of the file.  Underneath the [Conversion] section, create the following section name:

[DomainName:Settings]

3. Enter the required configuration using the following syntax, e.g.:

[DomainName:Settings]

ConvertState=0

[xyz.com:Settings]

DomainName=xyz.com

Pop3Server=10.10.10.10 *

Pop3Port=110 *

SmtpServer=10.10.10.10

SmtpPort=25

QuarantineEnabled=0

[klm.com:Settings]

DomainName=klm.com

Pop3Server=12.12.12.12 *

Pop3Port=110 *

SmtpServer=12.12.12.12

SmtpPort=25

QuarantineEnabled=0

* Substitute the IMAP server IP address and port number (143) if using an IMAP connection instead of POP3.

NOTE: When using a MISP or multiple server setup, the Quarantine is not accessible.  Therefore, you must enter QuarantineEnabled=0: the accounts must be local to the ModusMail server in order for these functions to work.  When using a multiple domain configuration, the Quarantine is functional since the accounts are local to ModusMail and this step is not required.

 

Modified 12/20/2006
Keywords: webmail MISP multiple
Article ID: 1287