Messaging Server Administration Guide

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Starting with Oracle Communications Unified Communications Suite 7.0.6, and Delegated Administrator and Calendar Server 7.0.5, the documentation for Connector for Microsoft Outlook 8.0.2, Contacts Server 8.0, Instant Messaging Server 9.0.2, Delegated Administrator, and Calendar Server 7.0.5 is available on the Oracle Documentation site at

Oracle Communications Messaging Server Administration Guide

This guide explains how to administer Messaging Server and its accompanying software components.

If you prefer to view this wiki-based Messaging Server administration information as presented in the Messaging Server 6.3 Administration Guide on, see Messaging Server Administration Guide (Traditional Book View).


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Page: Handling sendmail Clients Page: Configuring Messaging Server for High Availability Page: Configuring General Messaging Capabilities Page: Enabling Single Sign-On (SSO) Page: MTA Concepts Page: MTA Address Translation and Routing Page: About MTA Services and Configuration Page: Messaging Server Features Page: Configuring and Administering Multiplexor Services Page: Configuring Rewrite Rules Page: Configuring Channel Definitions Page: Creating and Managing Mailing Lists Page: Using Predefined Channels Page: Integrating Spam and Virus Filtering Programs Into Messaging Server Page: Handling Forged Email by Using the Sender Policy Framework Page: LMTP Delivery Page: Vacation Automatic Message Reply Page: Mail Filtering and Access Control Page: Throttling Incoming Connections by Using MeterMaid Page: Message Store Management Page: Message Store Logging Page: Messaging Archiving Page: JMQ Notification Page: JMQ Notification Overview Page: JMQ Notification Messages and Properties Page: Configuring a JMQ Notification Service (Task) Page: Enabling JMQ Notification (Example) Page: Security and Access Control Page: Administering SMIME in Communications Express Mail Page: Managing Logging Page: Troubleshooting the MTA Page: Monitoring Messaging Server Page: SNMP Support Page: Administering Event Notification Service in Messaging Server Page: Short Message Service (SMS) Page: Administering Messaging Server Remotely Page: Configuring IMAP IDLE Page: BURL Support for SMTP SUBMIT Page: Messaging Server Lemonade Profile 1 Support Page: Messaging Server Monitoring Framework Support Page: Triggering Effects From Transaction Logging. The LOG_ACTION Mapping Table Page: Using Role-Based Access Control in Messaging Server Page: Using Service Management Framework with Messaging Server Page: Third-Party Authentication Server Support Page: Messaging Server 8.0 32-bit Anti-Spam and Virus Plug-ins Page: Configuring Clients to Access Multiple MeterMaid Servers Page: Managing Sieve Scripts Page: Message Store Database Replication Page: Message Store Manual Failover Page: Message Tracking and Recall Page: On Demand Mail Relay Page: Priority Message Handling Page: Implementing Greylisting by Using MeterMaid Page: Using the iSchedule Channel to Handle iMIP Messages Page: Performance Tuning DNS Realtime BlockLists (RBL) Lookups Page: Protecting Against Spammers who Compromise Messaging Server User Accounts Page: Rate-limiting Email Page: Setting Up and Managing Messaging Server Security Page: Setting Up a No Phishing Zone Page: Using IPv6 with Messaging Server Page: Using NetApp Filers with Messaging Server Message Store Page: Veritas Cluster Server Agent Installation Page: Using and Configuring MeterMaid for Access Control Page: Secure Mail System Page: Sun Gathering Debug Data for Sun Java System Messaging Server Page: Upgrading from Messaging Server 5.2 to Sun Java System Messaging Server

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