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Barracuda Phone System

Mail Server Configuration

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All , including , , and , require proper SMTP configuration which you configure on the Configuration > Mail > SMTP Mail Server Settings page.

The Barracuda Phone System has three configurable ways to deliver email:

  • Built-in Email Server
  • Smart Host
  • Client to an Existing Mail Server

Built-in Email Server

A built-in email server is provided which can be used standalone or to relay to an existing email server. To configure the built-in email server, enter the following values:

  • Sender Address – Enter the email address from which the message is to originate.
  • SMTP Server Address or IP – Enter the IP Address or Hostname of the mail server through which your mail is to be relayed. 

    If you choose to relay email through an existing email server, make sure to configure the existing mail server to allow relays from the Barracuda Phone System IP Address.

Smart Host

To configure email with a Smart Host, for example, the Barracuda Spam Firewall, enter the following values:

  • Sender Address – Enter the email address from which the message is to originate.
  • Alternate Hostname – Enter the IP Address or Hostname of the Smart Host.
  • SMTP Server Address/IP – Enter the IP Address or Hostname of the existing mail server.
  • Port – Enter the port assigned to the Smart Host, usually port 25.

Client to an Existing Mail Server

To configure the Barracuda Phone System as a client to an existing mail server, enter the following values:

  • Sender Address – Enter the client email address which already exists on the mail server.
  • Alternate Host - Enter the IP Address or Hostname of the authenticating mail server.
  • SMTP Server Address/IP – Enter the IP Address or Hostname of the authenticating mail server.
  • Port – Enter the port used by the authenticating mail server.
  • Username/Password Enter the client system credentials.

Test Email Configuration

Click Send a Test Message to test your email configuration settings. See Event Notifications for more information.

The maximum allowed email attachment (i.e., recorded phone calls or emails) is 150MB. A one hour .wav file at 8000Hz is near 60MB in size. Files larger than 150MB are accessible only from the Reports page.



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