Mail Server Settings

A list of all mail servers in use with the Enterprise Server is displayed in the Mail Servers dialog.  Here you can add or remove servers or edit server properties.  Each user added to the GO!NotifyLink server will need to have an email account on one of the defined mail servers in this list.

Location:  Select Server Administration, then click the Mail Servers button

 

NOTES for GroupWise Users

Viewing the Post Office Statistics From the Mail Servers Page

Click the Post Office Statistics button to view statistics for the various GroupWise Post Offices that may be a part of your system.  You can see the GO!NotifyLink Users and Total Users for each post office.

CommuniGate Pro Users see knowledge base article

 

 Printing and Exporting the List

You may print out  the list of Mail Servers or export  it to an Excel (XLS) file or to a file of comma separate values (CSV).

 

Adding a Mail Server

 

1.  From the Server Administration page, select Mail Servers > Add Mail Server.

2.  Enter the Incoming Mail Server Name or an IP address.

3.  The box beside Do not add PIM server should only be checked if your PIM server is part of a different collaboration suite than the mail server.  Otherwise, leave the box unchecked.  Some of the configuration settings of the mail server will then carry over to the PIM server.

4.  Select the email Protocol you are using from the pull-down list.

5.  Define a Check Interval in minutes for this Mail server.  If this setting is left at zero minutes, the check interval will be set to the default defined in Messaging Settings.

 

Depending on the protocol you choose, you may be prompted for additional information such as Administrator Credentials (proxy authentication/super user), LDAP information, or Available User Settings.

CommuniGate Pro: LDAP Information and Administrator Credentials (Proxy Authentication)

Additional CommuniGate Pro Prompts:

LDAP Server Address – IP or DNS of the LDAP Server

LDAP TCP Port – Defaults to 389.  Change if modified.

LDAP Use SSL – Check the box to use SSL

LDAP BaseDN – The BaseDN associated with LDAP

LDAP Username and Password – The LDAP login credentials

LDAP Max Search Results – Default is 250. Increase if all names that match the search criteria are not returned.

Administrator Credentials - Username/Password for Administrator Access (Super User Account)

Exchange: Administrator Access (Proxy Authentication) and Available Users Credentials

Additional Exchange Prompts:

Administrator Credentials - Username/Password for Administrator Access (Super User Account) and NT Domain identifier.  Exchange 2007 does not support the Super User feature.

Available Users Settings –

Port – Defaults to 389. Change if modified.

SSL Check the box to use SSL.

Max Search Results – Default is 250. Increase if all names that match the search criteria are not returned.

Username/Password for logging into LDAP server, the BaseDN associated with LDAP, and Domain Controller ID.

FirstClass: LDAP Information

Additional FirstClass Prompts:

LDAP Server Address - IP or DNS of the LDAP Server

LDAP TCP Port - Defaults to 389.  Change if modified.

LDAP Use SSL - Check the box to use SSL

LDAP BaseDN – The BaseDN associated with LDAP

LDAP Username and Password – The LDAP login credentials

LDAP Max Search Results – Default is 250. Increase if all names that match the search criteria are not returned.

GroupWise: LDAP Information

Additional GroupWise Prompts:

LDAP Server Address – IP or DNS of the LDAP Server

LDAP TCP Port - Defaults to 389.  Change if modified.

LDAP Use SSL - Check the box to use SSL

LDAP BaseDN – The BaseDN associated with LDAP

LDAP Username and Password – the LDPA login credentials

LDAP Max Search Results – Default is 250. Increase if all names that match the search criteria are not returned

Kerio: LDAP Information and Administrator Credentials (Proxy Authentication)

Additional Kerio Prompts:

LDAP Server Address - IP or DNS of the LDAP Server

LDAP TCP Port - Defaults to 389.  Change if modified.

LDAP Use SSL - Check the box to use SSL

LDAP BaseDN - The BaseDN associated with LDAP

LDAP Username and Password - The LDAP login credentials

MDaemon: LDAP Information

Additional MDaemon Prompts:

LDAP Server Address - IP or DNS of the LDAP Server

LDAP TCP Port - Defaults to 389.  Change if modified.

LDAP Use SSL - Check the box to use SSL

LDAP BaseDN - The BaseDN associated with LDAP

LDAP Username and Password - The LDAP login credentials

LDAP Max Search Results – Default is 250. Increase if all names that match the search criteria are not returned.

Meeting Maker: LDAP Information

Additional Meeting Maker Prompts:

LDAP Server Address - IP or DNS of the LDAP Server

LDAP TCP Port - Defaults to 389.  Change if modified.

LDAP Object Class –Defaults to comMeetingMakerInetPerson.  Change if modified.

LDAP Use SSL - Check the box to use SSL

LDAP BaseDN - The BaseDN associated with LDAP

LDAP Username and Password - The LDAP login credentials

LDAP Max Search Results – Default is 259. Increase if all names that match the search criteria are not returned.

Mirapoint: Administrator Access (Proxy Authentication) and Available Users Credentials

Additional Mirapoint Prompts:

Administrator Credentials - Username/Password for Administrative Access (Super User Account)

Available Users Credentials - Username/Password for Mirapoint Message Server administrator.  This account gives access to the user list when adding new users.

Note:  Port 10143 must be open from the GO!NotifyLink Web server to the Mirapoint server in order for the GO!NotifyLink Web to pull up the user list on the Add New User page.

Oracle: LDAP Information and Proxy Authentication Credentials

Additional Oracle Prompts:

LDAP Server Address - IP or DNS of the LDAP Server

LDAP TCP Port - Defaults to 389.  Change if modified.

LDAP Use SSL - Check the box to use SSL

LDAP BaseDN – The BaseDN associated with LDAP

LDAP Username and Password – The LDAP login credentials

LDAP Max Search Results – Default is 250. Increase if all names that match the search criteria are not returned.

Administrator Credentials - Username/Password for Proxy Authentication (Super User Account)

Scalix: Super User (Proxy Authentication) and LDAP Information

Additional Scalix Prompts:

Administrator Credentials – Username/Password for Super User privileges. 

LDAP Server Address - LDAP Organization

LDAP Organization –

Port – Defaults to 389. Change if modified.

SSL – Check the box to use SSL

Max Search Results – Default is 250. Increase if all names that match the search criteria are not returned.

BaseDN – The BaseDN associated with LDAP

Username and Password – The LDAP login credentials

Sun: LDAP Information and Proxy Authentication Credentials

Additional Sun Prompts:

LDAP Server Address - IP or DNS of the LDAP Server

LDAP TCP Port - Defaults to 389.  Change if modified.

LDAP Use SSL - Check the box to use SSL

LDAP BaseDN - The BaseDN associated with LDAP

LDAP Username and Password - The LDAP login credentials

LDAP Max Search Results – Default is 250. Increase if all names that match the search criteria are not returned.

Administrator Credentials – Username/Password for Proxy Authentication (Super User Account)

Zimbra: LDAP Information and  Proxy Authentication Administrator Credentials

Additional Zimbra Prompts:

LDAP Server Address – IP or DNS of the LDAP Server

LDAP TCP Port - Defaults to 389.  Change if modified.

LDAP Use SSL - Check the box to use SSL

LDAP BaseDN – The BaseDN associated with LDAP

LDAP Username and Password – The LDAP login credentials

LDAP Max Search Results – Default is 250. Increase if all names that match the search criteria are not returned.

Administrator Credentials - Username/Password for Administrator Access (Super User Account)

6.  Verify that the Outbox, Drafts, Sent Items and Trash Folder Names are correct or edit the defaults.

 

 

Outbox Folder Name

Drafts Folder Name

Sent Items Folder Name

Trash Folder Name

CommuniGate Pro

Outbox

Drafts

Mobile Sent

Trash

Exchange

(not required)

(not required)

Sent Items

Deleted Items

FirstClass

Outbox

Drafts

Inbox/Sent Items

Trash Can

GroupWise

Outbox

Drafts

Mobile Sent

Trash

Kerio

Outbox

Drafts

Sent Items

Deleted Items

MDaemon

Outbox

Drafts

Sent Items

Deleted Items

Meeting Maker

(not required)

(not required)

Sent Items

Deleted Items

Mirapoint

Outbox

Draft  (intentionally singular)

INBOX.Sent

INBOX.Trash

Oracle

Outgoing

Drafts

Sent Items

Deleted items

Scalix

Outgoing

Drafts

Sent Items

Deleted Items

Sun

Outbox

Drafts

Sent

Trash

Zimbra

Outgoing

Drafts

Sent

Trash

Notes:  If names other than the Sent and Trash folder defaults are used, new folders are created in users’ accounts and mail sent or deleted from their devices populate these folders.  Exceptions to this occur with the Kerio and FirstClass collaboration suites.  Folders are not automatically created when something other than the default names are used.  Folders with the appropriate name would have to be created for each user.

7.  Click on the Add Server button.

 

Editing or Removing a Mail Server

1.  From the Server Administration page, select Mail Servers.

2.  Select a server from the list and click either the Remove or Edit Mail Server button.

3.  Make changes from the Edit Mail Server page or confirm the removal.

 

Editing a Mail Protocol

1.  From the Server Administration page, select Mail Servers > Edit Mail Protocols.

2.  You can add a new protocol or select a protocol from the list and edit or remove the protocol you chose.