From our Quick Start guide, which gives new users a valuable overview of system features, to detailed installation guides, IceWarp administrators have easy access to essential information.
This Quick Start guide familiarizes first-time users of IceWarp Server with the administration interface.
The Installation Guide provides a step-by-step description of the installation process and includes installation prerequisites.
This guide identifies installation prerequisites, describes how to install IceWarp Server, and explains how to control its services in Linux. It also details the differences between Windows and Linux, migration from Windows, Aspell dictionaries and dynamic library dependencies.
This manual covers various ways of IceWarp Server administration including standalone GUI application, web based interface and a command line utility.
IceWarp Server Upgrade is there for the seamless process of upgrade to the latest version from any of the earlier server version.
Our Communication reference guides help keep an IceWarp Server running smoothly. Topics include the management of the Email, IM, VoIP, SMS, FTP and Web Server.
This reference describes the management of Domains and Accounts, and Global Settings and Policies. It also explains Rules, Limitsand Regular Expressions.
Administrators can use this guide to learn about the SMTP service, security settings, rules and content filters, and the mail archive.
IM Server Reference describes the many features and benefits of IceWarp IM Server.
SIP (Session Initiation Protocol) allows phone calls via SIP clients, including Outlook Connector and IceWarp WebClient. The VoIP Server Reference provides the information needed to launch the SIP feature.
FTP Service Reference describes many features and benefits of IceWarp FTP Server, including file storage areas, backup scenarios, etc.
IceWarp's offers comprehensive antispam, antivirus and communication security. Whether an administrator seeks a basic deployment or a more sophisticated solution, these guides provide detailed instructions.
Administrators seeking a more finely-tuned antispam solution should read IceWarp's AntiSpam Reference Manual. It covers a number of options and explains how to deploy a plan that meets specialized needs.
The AntiVirus Reference Manual describes IceWarp's AntiVirus engine, including the scanning of both incoming and outgoingmessages, scanning during SMTP transmission, and more.
This guide walks you through choosing, ordering, configuring, and installing the IceWarp SSL and S/MIME certificates for increased communication security, privacy and message reliability.
This archive contains the current Certification Practice Statement (CPS) including amendments and later revisions, which outlines the legal, commercial and technical principles and practices that IceWarp employs in approving, issuing, using and managing of digital certificates.
By referring to our documentation on mobility, administrators and users can remain mobile and fully synced. Topics include ActiveSync, SyncML, SyncML Push, and the configuration for many devices, including iPhone, Windows Mobile, and RIM Blackberry.
The Exchange ActiveSync Guide explains how users can use ActiveSync to synchronize groupware items between IceWarp Server and various mobile devices, including iPhone, Windows Mobile, and others. It also explains security policies, offers troubleshooting, and more.
The SyncML Guide explains how administrators can use SyncML (Synchronized Markup Language) to synchronize groupware itemswith mobile devices.
IceWarp provides valuable reference on how to unify a workforce with effective collaboration. Collaboration become easy once users have the ability to access and share their information, including contacts, calendars, files, tasks, notes and journals.
Focusing on the many features and options of IceWarp WebClient, this guide provides users with all the practical knowledge they will need when working with WebMail, WebIM, WebPhone, WebSMS, and more.
This section contains guide for all Desktop applications that available together with IceWarp server.
IceWarp Outlook Sync lets end users synchronize information between IceWarp Server and MS Outlook. This guide, written for users, describes the easy installation and configuration process.
IceWarp Desktop Client is a replacement for MS Outlook which provides the best experience for IceWarp end users on the desktop. This guide, written for users, describes the installation and configuration process.
Our guides on API and Server Variables help to keep system administration efficient and streamlined.
IceWarp Server includes an integrated Migration Tool right out of the box. Read more and migrate your user's data (emails and accounts) seamlessly with minimal service interruption.
Find our more about the way how to simply, and safely, migrate current users and mail to the new server.
Exchange Migration Guide will guide you through the process of migration from Microsoft Exchange to IceWarp Server. Migrated data cover emails, permissions and groupware data.
IceWarp to IceWarp Migration Guide is designed to help you reliably move an existing IceWarp installation and data to the new machine or to the cloud.
Kerio Migrator - User Guide is describing usage of our free migration tool for migration from Kerio to IceWarp.
MDaemon Migrator - User Guide is describing usage of our free migration tool for migration from MDaemon to IceWarp.
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