Congratulations on completing a basic setup of MailArchiva!
We hope you have found the install process quick and intuitive.
Where To Get Help!
This help system is the primary resource for learning how to administer and manage the MailArchiva product.
It is the modern equivalent of an Admin Guide. It covers important topics such as how to connect various mail servers, migrate emails, setup authentication, and so forth.
The help system is always accessible at http://help.mailarchiva.com using a web browser.
For your convenience, context-sensitive help is also available throughout the MailArchiva application. To receive help at any time, click the lightly coloured question mark on the page you are looking at.
To login to the MailArchiva console, type http://localhost:8090 (replace localhost with the IP address of the MailArchiva server, as necessary) in your web browser.
You may also login using the username and password entered during the Wizard. Typically, the super user username is "admin". The password for the account was specified in the Wizard.
If you're upgrading from earlier versions of MailArchiva, be sure to read the Upgrade Instructions before continuing.
Follow the steps below to finish customizing MailArchiva to your needs:
- Connect MailArchiva to your mail server
- Setup Active Directory or LDAP authentication
- Create an SMTP client connection
- Set the default SMTP client connection in Configuration->General
- Import/migrate historical data
- Install a License
The above steps are merely a guide. For additional setup options, please refer to the topics displayed in the tree view on the left.
Tweaking Your Configuration
- Meeting the system requirements
- Use the right amount of memory
- Learn more about Volumes
- Ensure your server configuration is backed up
- Secure access to the console
Refer to the Troubleshooting section if you experience problems with any of the configuration steps. Alternatively, contact us for further assistance.
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