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MailStore Outlook Add-in Deployment
Viewed 24611 times since Fri, Jan 10, 2014
Using a software distribution system, MailStore Outlook Add-in can be distributed among the users' computers automatically. To be able to do so, the distribution system must be able to execute MailStore Outlook Add-in's setup program without... Read More
MailStore Server Administration API Commands
Viewed 17776 times since Wed, Jan 1, 2014
AttachStore Attaches an archive store that has previously been detached. AttachStore --name [--type] [--databaseName] [--databasePath] [--contentPath]     [--indexPath] [--serverName] [--userName] [--password] [--requestedState] ... Read More
Using Advanced Archive Stores
Viewed 8278 times since Tue, Dec 31, 2013
MailStore distinguishes between two types of archive stores: Standard archive store and advanced archive store. When using standard archive stores, folder information, meta data, email headers and contents, and the full text index are all stored... Read More
MailStore Client Deployment
Viewed 5629 times since Thu, Dec 19, 2013
Using a software distribution system, MailStore Client can be distributed among the users' computers automatically. To be able to do so, the distribution system must be able to execute MailStore Client's setup program without requiring any input or... Read More
MailStore Web Access Integration in Outlook Web App
Viewed 3756 times since Fri, Jan 10, 2014
To offer users of Outlook Web App (formerly known as Outlook Web Access) the best possible integration of MailStore Web Access, you have the possibility to add a MailStore Web Access button side-by-side to the Email, Calendar, Contacts, etc. buttons.... Read More
Monitoring
Viewed 3321 times since Fri, Jan 10, 2014
MailStore only provides limited notification or monitoring features, but the status of the archiving processes can be monitored using external components. Using External Monitoring Software MailStore Nagios/Icinga-Plugin The scripting package... Read More
Archiving IMAP and POP3 Multidrop Mailboxes
Viewed 3212 times since Sun, Jan 26, 2014
In this chapter, learn how to archive multidrop mailboxes. Multidrop mailboxes, also called catchall mailboxes, contain emails for more than one person. Generally, all emails for a certain domain are collected therein to be retrieved by an internal... Read More
Quick Start Guide
Viewed 2327 times since Mon, Dec 9, 2013
Logging on as Administrator Start the MailStore Client application. The access credentials required for a newly-installed MailStore Server show up automatically in the login window. Click OK to log on. When you log on for the first time, you need to... Read More
Bulk Import of Email Files
Viewed 2191 times since Mon, Jan 6, 2014
When archiving email files, MailStore only allows archiving of individual email files (PST, MBOX) or directories which contain email files of one user (EML, MSG). The following describes how to archive all PST-, MBOX-, EML- or MSG-files of all users... Read More
Archiving Email from Outlook, Thunderbird and others
Viewed 2135 times since Tue, Jan 14, 2014
  Information notice As opposed to all other archiving features, it is imperative that the MailStore Client software is installed on the user computer when archiving emails from Outlook, Thunderbird and other email applications. Once the... Read More
Batch-archiving IMAP Mailboxes
Viewed 2091 times since Fri, Jan 10, 2014
This chapter describes how multiple IMAP mailboxes can be archived in one step. Important This article describes the general procedure independent from the e-mail server used. Please find e-mail server specific information in our Implementation... Read More
Choosing the Right Storage Strategy
Viewed 1940 times since Fri, Jan 3, 2014
Mailstore Server can archive any number of emails for any number of users permanently and securely. However, to ensure consistently high access speeds and to simplify administrative tasks when dealing with large amounts of data, the following scaling... Read More
Choosing the Right Archiving Strategy
Viewed 1786 times since Wed, Jan 1, 2014
MailStore Server offers several options for archiving emails. Choosing the right archiving strategy depends on the email infrastucture (e.g. email server and email clients) on one hand, and company objectives on the other. Archiving All Incoming and... Read More
Using Network Attached Storage (NAS)
Viewed 1742 times since Sat, Dec 14, 2013
NAS systems provide disk space in the local network by using special networking file systems. In Microsoft Windows environments, this is the SMB or CIFS filesystem. A NAS can be either a usual Windows machine with a network share or a special NAS... Read More
Generic LDAP Integration
Viewed 1733 times since Fri, Jan 10, 2014
Synchronizing User Accounts with a Generic LDAP Directory Service In addition to adding users manually (which is described in chapter User Management), MailStore can synchronize its internal user database with your company's generic LDAP directory... Read More
Archiving Emails from External Systems (File Import)
Viewed 1732 times since Sun, Dec 22, 2013
MailStore Server can also archive the emails from applications that are not directly supported if they are available in a standardized format. With most applications it is necessary to export the emails to one of those formats first. Using file... Read More
Archiving Outlook PST Files Directly
Viewed 1721 times since Fri, Jan 3, 2014
With MailStore Server, PST files can be archived directly. Contrary to archiving emails from Outlook, here you can create and execute archiving tasks independently from users and user computers. The users' individual PST files should be made... Read More
Archiving Server Mailboxes
Viewed 1675 times since Tue, Jan 14, 2014
This chapter describes how a single mailbox located on any email server can be archived using the IMAP or POP3 protocols. To archive multiple mailboxes in one step, Batch-archiving IMAP Mailboxes can be used. If the mailbox is a multidrop mailboxes,... Read More
Moving the Archive
Viewed 1662 times since Wed, Jan 1, 2014
It is possible to move an existing MailStore Server archive to a new hard-disk, machine or network-share at any time. What is required to successfully move an archive is described in the following sections. Moving the Archive to an External Hard-Disk... Read More
Using a NAS
Viewed 1574 times since Tue, Dec 17, 2013
NAS systems provide disk space in the local network by using special networking file systems. In Microsoft Windows environments, this is the SMB or CIFS filesystem. A NAS can be either a usual Windows machine with a network share or a special NAS... Read More
Maintenance and Repair
Viewed 1463 times since Fri, Jan 10, 2014
MailStore products are developed to require minimal administrative work. Although it is advisable to execute some maintenance tasks from time to time in order to ensure data integrity of the archive. Occasionally, however, errors do occur due to... Read More
Deploying a Self-signed SSL Certificate
Viewed 1452 times since Fri, Jan 10, 2014
Background During the installation of MailStore Server, an SSL certificate is generated which is used by all MailStore components if an encrypted connection is to be established. Because the certificate is issued to the server name MailStoreServer... Read More
Notes on Antivirus Software
Viewed 1437 times since Fri, Jan 10, 2014
Due to the various methods of archiving email in MailStore Server and the storage of those using its own highly optimized storage technology, a few notes have to be followed when using anti-virus programs. On-Access Scanner To ensure best possible... Read More
Using Your Own SSL Certificate
Viewed 1277 times since Fri, Jan 10, 2014
Background During the installation of MailStore Server, an SSL certificate is generated which all MailStore Server components use when an encrypted connection is to be established. Since the certificate is issued to the server name MailStoreServer... Read More