The page consists of the list of currently available PowerMTA servers, if no PowerMTA servers was added, the rows and columns of the view table will remain empty. Reach "PowerMTA Servers" in the main navigation menu, under "Integrations" to view the list of the PowerMTA servers.
The table in the figure above will provide the following information about the currently available PowerMTA servers.
|Name of the server that you have provided during the process of adding a new PowerMTA server, as first mandatory field.|
|SMTP Host||The SMTP Host being proposed for that particular PowerMTA server, it was provided during the first step of adding new PowerMTA server.|
|SMTP Port||It refers to the opening port for the SMTP that you have proposed while adding this PowerMTA server. Port25 is largely known as default SMTP port, but some ISPs has this default behavior to block port25. It can be a port 25 or an alternative opening ports like 2525, 2526 (SSL) and 587.|
|Server IP||PowerMTA server IP for SSH access.|
|PowerMTA Port||This refers to the port of PowerMTA logs file, and it was required to configure remote bounce processing directly from PowerMTA logs.|
Followed by the above mentioned details of the currently available PowerMTA servers, table moves to the next column which is “Actions”. The quick action buttons allow performing the following actions.
|Clicking the Edit button will take you to the page, where you will be offered the required fields to update the earlier saved information.|
|Delete||Clicking the cross button will delete the PowerMTA server from the list.|
|Delete Config||The trash button at the extreme right side of the table will not only delete the PowerMTA server entry, but will also remove the config associated with that particular PowerMTA server. It includes, deletion of the SMTP accounts, bounce accounts, and masking domains from MUMARA.|
To select the number of records you want to view per page, the page puts a dropdown menu on view towards the top of the page. The dropdown menu starts from 10 records to display, and ends with all records on one page. The following figure indicates the position of the dropdown on the page.
Use the copying options to copy the data in the columns of the table appears below. You can copy the table by using the “Copy” button and can paste it manually in a file, or can copy and save the complete table along with the columns to .CSV file, Excel or PDF format. Further you can get a print out of the complete table by clicking “Print”. See the following figure.