iRedMail 0.5.1: Full-Featured Mail Server With LDAP Postfix RoundCube/SquirrelMail iRedAdmin On Ubuntu 9.04 - Page 2

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Submitted by eddiechen (Contact Author) (Forums) on Thu, 2009-11-26 11:07. ::

6 Test the mail system

6.1 webmail RoundCube

Log into the RoundCube, use the first user www@example.com:

The account has received two emails, read them carefully.
Note: because www@exmaple.com is a root alias, it receives system emails.

 

6.2 iRedAdmin

Log into iRedAdmin: postmaster@example.com

Dashboard:

Mail Domains:

Mail User:

Mail Admin:

Create new mail user:

Select language:

 

6.3 phpLDAPAdmin

Log into phpLDAPAdmin: cn=manager,dc=example,dc=com

Manage the mail account:

 

6.4 Awstats

Log into Awstats: postmaster@example.com

Check the statistics:

 

7 Important Things You Should Know After Installation

 

8 Access webmail and other web-based programs

After the installation is complete, you can access web-based programs if you've chosen to install them:

Component URL Access via HTTP Access via HTTPS Comment
Roundcube 0.21 http://your_server/mail/ (or /webmail, /roundcube) YES YES Recommand webmail
SquirrelMail http://your_server/squirrelmail/ (or /squirrel) YES YES webmail
iRedAdmin https://your_server/iredadmin NO YES Only Ldap Backend
phpMyAdmin 2.11.9 https://your_server/phpmyadmin/ (or /mysql) NO YES
phpLDAPAdmin 1.17 https://your_server/ldap/ (or /phpldapadmin) NO YES Only LDAP Backend
Awstats https://your_server/awstats/awstats.pl NO YES

Note: Replace your_server with your server hostname or IP address.
iRedAdmin, phpMyAdmin, phpLDAPAdmin and Awstats use https by default.


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