This page allows you to modify the settings for any existing virtual host.
Select Virtual Hosts from Administrative Account Options.
In the list box, select a host to modify. Click Modify.
On the Modify Virtual Host page, the first two text boxes are not editable.
Top Directory Name. The name of the top directory which stores the data for the virtual host.
Local Address. The local address of the virtual host.
Aliases. The aliases for the virtual host.
Default Max Mailbox Size. The maximum size in Bytes, allowed for any single mailbox.
Default Max Number Messages. The maximum number of messages allowed.
Single Message Max Size. The maximum allowed size of a single message.
Maximum User Count (not functional in the IMail 25 version). The maximum number of users allowed for the virtual host.
Maximum Number of login Attempts. Maximum number of retries allowed for logins. When a user exceeds this number, the account is temporarily suspended.
Maximum Number of Times Suspended. Maximum number of times a user can be suspended before being disabled.
Maximum Suspended Duration. Maximum number of seconds an account will be suspended if users has exhausted the allowed number of login attempts..
Maximum Outbound Message Size. The maximum size allowed for any outbound message. Any message that is larger than the size entered here, will be bounced.
Full Mailbox Notify. If there is anything entered in this box, the user will be notified when their mailbox is within the specified percentage of being full. For example, if 80 is entered in this box, the user will receive an e-mail when their mailbox is 80% full. The user will receive a maximum of one message a day for three days. See also Customizing the Notification Message.
Full Mailbox Notify Address. Enter the address of an additional address where an e-mail will be sent when a user's mailbox is almost full. For example, this could be the system administrators address.
Sub-mailbox Creation. This setting allows the administrator to specify what to do when a message arrives for a user and is addressed to a sub-mailbox which does not exist. Select one of the following actions:
Create. Creates the sub-mailbox and delivers the message.
Send to Inbox. Does not create the sub-mailbox. Instead the message is delivered to "main".
Bounce. Bounces the mail as an invalid user.
Enable any of the following options: The following options apply for the entire domain.
Enable Virus Scanning. If this option is enabled, then virus scanning is enabled for the entire domain. If this option is cleared, virus scanning is disabled for the entire domain. This option is only visible if you have IMail Anti-Virus installed, and virus scanning is enabled in IMail Administrator.
Enable Spell Checking. Enables the spell check when composing messages.
Enable IMail Web Calendaring. Allows users to access IMail Web Calendaring from IMail Web Messaging.
Select the connection type. The following options apply for the entire domain.
Enable SSL. Allows the option of using Secure Socket Layers for security.
Force SSL. Forces the virtual host to use Secure Socket Layers for security.
Note: If the default domain is set to Force SSL, all virtual domains will also be restricted to using SSL. This is because the login page is based upon the default domain's settings. However, if a virtual domain is set for Force SSL there will be no impact on other virtual domains or for the default domain.
Adding a Virtual Host