Messaging System Administration
Aarisha's Messaging System Administration service will cover the mail and messaging servers and the clients at client organization. Administration of mail servers at all locations. Updating the server software by applying patches/updates. User account management - Creation, updation, deletion and maintenance of user accounts as per client organization directions and policy.
This overview contains a variety of topics that relate to initial and ongoing administration of Server Messaging.
Administration from Messaging Web Interface screens
Server Messaging is pre-configured with default settings such that an administrator does not need to manually configure a setting to be the default setting.
The legend on the Messaging Administration Web page lists the web page links. The Legend is divided in sections as per the functionality provided by each web page. For example, all administrative related web pages are listed under the Messaging Administration heading.
Internet Messaging Administration
The system administrator can administer the operation of Internet Messaging through a World Wide Web browser interface. Where possible, default values or a list of selections are provided. However, some fields require that an entry be made, after which the system will operate properly.
Because businesses, institutions, and technologies change continually, the software systems that serve them must be able to accommodate such changes. Following a merger, the addition of a service, or the expansion of available services, a business can ill afford to recreate its information systems.
It is at this most critical point that it needs to integrate new components or to scale existing ones as efficiently as possible. The easiest way to integrate heterogeneous components is not to recreate them as homogeneous elements but to provide a layer that allows them to communicate despite their differences. This layer, called middleware, allows software components (applications, enterprise java beans, servlets, and other components) that have been developed independently and that run on different networked platforms to interact with one another. It is when this interaction is possible that the network can become the computer