Applies to Barracuda Message Archiver.
To configure your GroupWise server to enable SOAP and, in return, allow my Barracuda Message Archiver to import the users list from the PostOffice, follow these steps:
- In ConsoleOne, browse to and right-click the POA object, then click Properties.
- Click GroupWise > Agent Settings to display the Agent Settings page.
- Select Enable IMAP. The default maximum number of IMAP threads is 40. This is adequate for most post offices, because each IMAP thread can service multiple IMAP clients. New threads are started automatically to service clients until the maximum number is reached.
- To secure IMAP connections to the post office, click GroupWise > Network Address. Then, select Required in the IMAP SSL drop-down list.
- Click OK to save the IMAP settings and return to the main ConsoleOne window. ConsoleOne then notifies the POA to restart with IMAP enabled.
In the POA Web Console you can see whether IMAP is enabled on the Configuration page under the General Settings heading.
Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP) is used by e-mail clients such as Evolution(tm) to access mailboxes. You can now configure the POA to communicate with SOAP-enabled e-mail clients as it has already been doing for IMAP e-mail clients.
- In ConsoleOne, browse to and select the POA object to configure and then click Properties.
- Click GroupWise > Agent Settings.
- Fill in the following fields:
Enable SOAP: Select Enable SOAP to turn on SOAP processing.
Max SOAP Threads: Specify the maximum number of SOAP threads you want the POA to start. The default maximum number of SOAP threads is 20. You can set a lower SOAP thread maximum to conserve resources for other processes, but you cannot set the maximum above 20. You might want to lower the maximum number of SOAP threads if SOAP processing is monopolizing system resources that you would prefer to have available for other processes. However, insufficient SOAP threads can cause slow response for SOAP client users.
- Click Apply to save the SOAP thread settings. The default SOAP port is 7191 and must be unique on the server. You can change the port number if necessary.
- Click OK. ConsoleOne then notifies the POA to restart so the new settings can be put into effect.
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