The Server Console is usually accessible using a web browser at the address:
If the MailArchiva Console is not accessible, consider the following:
MailArchiva not started
MailArchiva is installed as a Windows service. Try restarting the MailArchiva server from the Windows Service applet.
It is sometimes the case that important program files are missing or corrupted due to a failed installation or corrupted hard disk.
- Disable auto start on the MailArchiva Windows Service
- Stop the MailArchiva Server
- Download the latest version of MailArchiva
- Reboot the computer
- Login to Windows and Re-Run the MailArchiva Setup (over your existing installation)
Web console not responsive
If the server starts, but the user interface is not responsive, the following resolutions apply:
- Check that the 8090 port is not already occupied when the server starts up.
Verify that a local firewall (e.g. iptables) is not running and blocking port 8090
Ensure the Tomcat HTTP / HTTPS connector in /var/opt/mailarchiva/tomcat/conf/server.xml has address="0.0.0.0", such that it binds to all interfaces.
The embedded app server, Tomcat, could be bound to an Ipv6 address. If so, try editing /opt/mailarchiva/server/startserver and adding "-Djava.net.preferIPv4Stack=true" to CATALINA_OPTS.
- Ensure that the server has sufficient resources allocated. Refer to minimum requirements and Out of Memory for further instruction.
- It may be a basic network connectivity issue (assuming you're connecting to the MailArchiva GUI over a network). Try connecting to the MailArchiva GUI directly from the same server.
- Ensure that there are no folders other than ROOT (..and other instances if MSP mode is enabled), logs, core in /etc/mailarchiva/ and C:\ProgramData\MailArchiva\
- Ensure that there are no folders other than ROOT in /var/opt/mailarchiva/tomcat/webapps/ and C:\Program Data\MailArchiva\Tomcat\webapps\
- For new installs, try deleting MailArchiva's program directories. Refer to File System Layout for an outline of directories that ought to be removed.
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