Messaging Server Unified Configuration Administration Guide

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Oracle Communications Messaging Server Unified Configuration Administration Guide

Unified Configuration is available starting with Messaging Server 7 Update 5 (Patch 28).

The Messaging Server Unified Configuration Administration Guide provides information on how to manage and configure Oracle Communications Messaging Server by using Unified Configuration. Unified Configuration provides the ability to configure Messaging Server in a way that is much less error-prone and much easier to script and reuse across multiple hosts.

If you are looking for the legacy configuration administration guide, see Messaging Server Administration Guide.

Topics in this guide:

The following topics apply to both Unified Configuration and legacy configuration:

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Page: About MTA Services and Unified Configuration Page: Administering Event Notification Service in Messaging Server for Unified Configuration Page: BURL Support for SMTP SUBMIT in Unified Configuration Page: Configuring and Administering Multiplexor Services in Unified Configuration Page: Configuring General Messaging Capabilities in Unified Configuration Page: Configuring IMAP IDLE in Unified Configuration Page: Configuring Messaging Server for High Availability in Unified Configuration Page: Configuring Rewrite Rules in Unified Configuration Page: Integrating Spam and Virus Filtering Programs Into Oracle Communications Messaging Server in Unified Configuration Page: JMQ Notification in Unified Configuration Page: LMTP Delivery in Unified Configuration Page: Mail Filtering and Access Control in Unified Configuration Page: Managing Logging in Unified Configuration Page: Message Store and Mailbox Management in Unified Configuration Page: Messaging Server Lemonade Profile 1 Support in Unified Configuration Page: Messaging Server Unified Configuration Command-line Utilities Page: Monitoring Messaging Server in Unified Configuration Page: MTA Address Translation and Routing in Unified Configuration Page: MTA Concepts in Unified Configuration Page: Overview of Messaging Server Unified Configuration Page: Security and Access Control in Unified Configuration Page: Short Message Service (SMS) in Unified Configuration Page: SNMP Support in Unified Configuration Page: Throttling Incoming Connections by Using MeterMaid in Unified Configuration Page: Troubleshooting the MTA in Unified Configuration Page: Tuning the mboxlist Database Cache in Unified Configuration Page: Using Predefined Channels in Unified Configuration Page: Using Role-Based Access Control in Messaging Server Unified Configuration Page: Using the iSchedule Channel to Handle iMIP Messages Page: Vacation Automatic Message Reply in Unified Configuration

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