SME Server:Documentation:User Manual
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The User Manual is meant to be a very basic guide to help those who are simply trying to use SME Server, rather than those who are administrating SME or are developing SME applications. It is geared to those who are new to SME and does not require a high level of technical understanding. We recommend that SME Administrators take a look at the User Manual as well as their own, in order to see SME as it appears to their users.
- 1.1 Passwords
- 1.2 VPN Access
- 1.3 Shell Access
- 2.1. Configuring your email client
- 2.2. Configuring your Web Browser
- 2.3. Configuring your Company Directory – Address Book
- 3.1 Windows
- 3.2 Macintosh OS
- 3.3 Linux
- 4.1 Enabling Webmail On Your System
- 4.2 Starting Webmail
- 4.3 Logging In
- 4.4 Viewing The Inbox
- 4.5 Logging Out of Webmail
- 4.6 Composing Messages
- 4.7 Reading Messages
- 4.8 Deleting Messages
- 4.9 Using Contacts
- 4.10 Changing Webmail Preferences
- 4.11 Helpful Webmail Plugins
One page User Manual
All the chapters on one page
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SME Server Manuals
The Administration Manual describes installation and day to day operation by the local Server Admin.
The User Manual provides information to help users configure their client applications, and interact with the server.
The Developers Manual contains information required to integrate applications into SME.
There are also Frequently Asked Questions and Howto and Contrib Collections.
Chapter 1. Welcome to SME Server 7
Chapter 2. The role of the SME Server
Chapter 3. Your Internet Service Provider (ISP)
Chapter 4. Hardware requirements of the SME Server
Chapter 5. Installing and configuring your SME Server Software
Chapter 6. The Server Console
Chapter 7. Configuring the computers on your network
Chapter 8. On-going administration using the server-manager
Chapter 9. server-manager : Collaboration
Chapter 10. server-manager : Administration
Chapter 11. server-manager : Security
Chapter 12. server-manager : Miscellaneous
Chapter 13. server-manager : Configuration
Chapter 14. Information Bays (i-bays)
SME Manual Appendix
SME Manual Glossary
Section I. An overview of the SME Server
Section II. SME Server internals
Section III. How to create an SME Server package - step by step
Section IV. Advanced customization of the SME Server
Section V. Documentation and resources
Section VI. License texts
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SME Server 7.4 released on 21st November 2008.
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