Multi-Server Installation

This section describes a Carbonio Multi-Server installation, that is, a Carbonio installation spread across multiple nodes, each playing one or more Roles.

Rather than giving fixed installation instructions, with some functionality installed on any node, we present an installation scenario that can be adapted to the different needs of Carbonio users, who use a different number of nodes. For this reason, we introduce the notion of Role: a Carbonio functionality that is considered atomic and consists of one or more packages.

A Role can be installed on any node of the cluster, therefore the scenario we describe below can be modified at will by installing a Role on a different node (or even on a dedicated node).

Six Nodes Scenario

Carbonio Multi-Server is the preferred method of installation, especially for large production system, because it is more scalable in case of a growth of the infrastructure and the communication across all nodes is set up and secured automatically by Carbonio Mesh, which also adds fault detection and dynamic routing between components of the infrastructure.

In the suggested scenario we will set up a Carbonio Multi-Server environment, composed by six nodes (that we will denote as SRV1, …, SRV6) as follows:

  1. SRV1 features a dedicated installation of Postgres

  2. SRV2 represents the core infrastructure of Carbonio and installs Directory Server, Carbonio Mesh, and DB connection

  3. SRV3 is equipped with MTA, the mail server

  4. SRV4 hosts the Proxy, which allows web access to all components, and Carbonio VideoServer, which provides the video-conference features and includes the ability to record meetings

  5. SRV5 is an AppServer which installs Carbonio Files & Carbonio Docs, that provide sharing and collaborative editing of documents

  6. SRV6 is another AppServer and consists of Carbonio Preview, Carbonio's ability to preview snippets or thumbnails of a document, the Logger, the User Management, and some advanced service

Note

The Logger node must be unique within a Carbonio infrastructure!

In our scenario, we start Carbonio installation from 6 nodes equipped with Ubuntu 20.04 LTS. The instructions are valid for nodes which are installed with RHEL 8: the only difference is the command for the package installation, while the commands to configure the nodes are the same.

We also assume that the IP address of each node is 172.16.0.1X, with X the n-th node. In other words, IPs will be in the range 172.16.0.11 (SRV1) 172.16.0.16 (second AppServer). These values will be used in configuration files that need to be manually modified during the installation or upgrade procedures.

Requirements

Each node of a Multi-Server must satisfy the Single-Server’s Software Requirements and also System Requirements are valid, but take into account the following advices:

  • By dividing the services and therefore the load on more nodes, less resources per node are needed. We recommend at least 4GB of RAM on each node, though.

  • The node on which the Logger is installed acts as a log-concentrator and therefore gathers log files from all the other nodes. Depending on the logging level set on the nodes, the required disk space may greatly vary, so it is not easy to provide a minimum or suggested value.

Additional requirements

No additional requirement is necessary.

The following additional requirements are needed.

  • An active subscription (you must be able to fetch from BaseOS and the other main repositories):

    # subscription-manager repos --enable=rhel-8-for-x86_64-appstream-rpms
    
  • The CodeReady repository enabled:

    # subscription-manager repos --enable codeready-builder-for-rhel-8-x86_64-rpms
    

Some more remarks:

  • Acquaintance with the use of CLI is necessary. All carbonio commands must be executed as the zextras user (these commands will feature a zextras$ prompt), while all other commands must be issued as the root user, unless stated otherwise.

  • Give meaningful names to the nodes. For example, call them proxy.example.com, mta.example.com, and so on. Replace example.com with your domain name.

  • During the installation procedure, you will need to write down some configuration options and their value, because they will be needed in the setup of the next nodes. These information are summarised at the end of each node’s installation: copy them to a safe place and keep them at hand until the end of the installation. Example of values include: the IP address (public or private) of a node or the password of a database user.

Preliminary Tasks

Before starting with the actual installation, carry out the following two tasks on each of the six nodes.

Task 1: Configure repositories

Repository and Channels

The following are important information concerning the packages repository Carbonio and its content. Please read them carefully, as they might save you some time in case of installation or upgrade problems and help you to provide more precise bug reports.

The repository hosts simultaneously packages of two channels:

  • Release Candidate (RC). Packages in this channel are made available as soon as they are built by Zextras development and tested by the QA team. While they are stable, they are not suitable for a use in a production environment, because they might still contain some bug, new functionalities that have not yet reached a production-level quality, or some broken dependencies might be introduced.

    Usually these problems are fixed within days or even hours, so in case just try again before you report some problem.

    Use this channel and its packages for testing (or demo) installations only.

  • RELEASE. This channel contains only packages that are stable and suitable for a production environment.

Hint

When reporting a problem or opening a ticket, remember to always add the channel if you are using, as this helps us to analyse the problem quickly.

FAQ

  1. I want to help testing things, which channel should I use?

    RC channel.

  2. I need to install Carbonio in a production environment which channel should I use?

    RELEASE channel.

  3. How will we be informed about new RC packages?

    There will be no notification, because RC channel is updated continuously.

  4. How will we be informed about a potential new release incoming?

    A red message on the homepage of the documentation site will notify you of the release of a new stable version. You may also be informed through other means of communication such as email and social media.

  5. Could there be bugs in the packages downloaded from the RC channel?

    Yes, RC versions have a risk of containing bugs (which in some cases could lead to data loss). If you find a bug in an RC package we kindly ask you to report it on the appropriate community page. We will try to resolve it as quickly as possible.

Task 2: Setting Hostname

Carbonio needs a valid FQDN as hostname and a valid entry in the /etc/hosts file. To configure them, execute these two commands. First, set the hostname

# hostnamectl set-hostname mail.example.com

then update /etc/hosts with IP and hostname

# echo "172.16.0.10 mail.example.com mail" >> /etc/hosts

You can also simply get the current IP and hostname and save them:

# echo "$(hostname -I) $HOSTNAME.$DOMAIN"

Hint

Replace 172.16.0.10 with the actual management IP to be assigned to the server.

It is mandatory to configure the hostname, especially on the Directory-Server node, otherwise the services will not be able to bind to the correct address, leading to a disruption in Carbonio's functionality.

RHEL 8-only Preliminary Tasks

A few task are required for the installation of Carbonio on RHEL 8 systems, they concern the configuration of SELinux and the firewall.

SELinux and Firewall

SELinux

Must be set to disabled or permissive in file /etc/selinux/config. You can check the current profile using the command

# sestatus
Firewall

All the ports needed by Carbonio are open on the firewall or the firewall is disabled. To disable the firewall, issue the commands

# systemctl stop firewalld.service
# systemctl disable firewalld.service

Node Installation

The installation procedure follows the suggested order of nodes as described in the scenario. A few remarks:

  • It is assumed that the Postgres node is not a “real” part of the infrastructure, in the sense that it can also be an existent server that is configured to communicate correctly with Carbonio (configuration instruction are part of SRV1 installation).

    Note

    In our scenario, we install Postgres and configure it from scratch (SRV1).

  • The first node to be installed is the one that will feature the Directory Server role (SRV2)

  • The next server to be installed is the MTA one (SRV3)

  • The other nodes can be installed in any order, you can skip instructions for any node or role that you do not plan to install

  • While the overall procedure is the same for both Ubuntu and RHEL 8, the actual commands and file paths may differ on the two operating system, so pay attention that you execute the correct command on the correct file

SRV1: Postgres

The first node is dedicated to PostgreSQL and will host all the databases required by Carbonio.

# apt install postgresql-12

First step is to add the dedicated Postgresql repository

# yum -y install https://download.postgresql.org/pub/repos/yum/reporpms/EL-8-x86_64/pgdg-redhat-repo-latest.noarch.rpm

Then, make sure that Postresql 12 is installed, by running commands

# dnf -qy module disable postgresql
# dnf -y install postgresql12 postgresql12-server

Finally, initialise and enable Postgresql

# /usr/pgsql-12/bin/postgresql-12-setup initdb
# systemctl enable --now postgresql-12

Carbonio relies on a number of databases to store and keep track of all the objects it needs to manage. The main database can be configured in two steps, but if you are running Carbonio on RHEL 8, please first configure Postgres according to the guidelines.

The first step is to create a role with administrative rights and an associated password.

# su - postgres -c "psql --command=\"CREATE ROLE carbonio_adm WITH LOGIN SUPERUSER encrypted password 'DB_ADM_PWD';\""

Remember to replace the password with a robust password of your choice and store it in a safe place (preferably using a password manager), as you need it in the remainder of the procedure, and you also might need them in the future. This password will be denoted as DB_ADM_PWD.

The second step is to create the database.

# su - postgres -c "psql --command=\"CREATE DATABASE carbonio_adm owner carbonio_adm;\""

Finally, allow the other nodes to access the databases that will be stored on this node by running these four commands.

# su - postgres -c "psql --command=\"ALTER SYSTEM SET listen_addresses TO '*';\""
# su - postgres -c "psql --command=\"ALTER SYSTEM SET port TO '5432';\""
# echo "host    all             all             0.0.0.0/0            md5" >> /etc/postgresql/12/main/pg_hba.conf
# systemctl restart postgresql
# su - postgres -c "psql --command=\"ALTER SYSTEM SET listen_addresses TO '*';\""
# su - postgres -c "psql --command=\"ALTER SYSTEM SET port TO '5432';\""
# echo "host    all             all             0.0.0.0/0            md5" >> /var/lib/pgsql/12/data/pg_hba.conf
# systemctl restart postgresql-12

Hint

You may replace the 0.0.0.0/0 network with the one within the cluster is installed, to prevent unwanted accesses.

Values used in the next steps

  • DB_ADM_PWD the password of the carbonio_adm database role

  • SRV1_IP the IP address of the node

SRV2: Directory Server, DB connection, and Carbonio Mesh Server

The installation of this server encompasses a number of tasks, as it will feature a number of crucial services for the correct working of Carbonio: Directory Server and Carbonio Mesh, connection with PostgreSQL node using Pgpool-II, and Carbonio Mesh.

Note

It is possible to install multiple instances of the service-discover service provided by Carbonio Mesh. Please refer to section Set up Multiple Carbonio Mesh Servers for details.

  1. Install the following packages from main repository.

    # apt install service-discover-server \
      carbonio-directory-server carbonio-files-db \
      carbonio-mailbox-db carbonio-docs-connector-db
    
    # dnf install service-discover-server \
      carbonio-directory-server carbonio-files-db \
      carbonio-mailbox-db carbonio-docs-connector-db
    
  2. Install pgpool

    # apt install pgpool2
    
    # dnf install https://www.pgpool.net/yum/rpms/4.3/redhat/rhel-8-x86_64/pgpool-II-release-4.3-1.noarch.rpm
    
  3. Configure Pgpool-II to work with the node on which PostgreSQL runs (SRV1), using the following command. Replace SRV1_IP with the value saved in the previous task.

    # echo "backend_clustering_mode = 'raw'
    port = 5432
    backend_hostname0 = 'SRV1_IP' # eg 192.168.1.100
    backend_port0 = 5432" > /etc/pgpool2/pgpool.conf
    
    # echo "backend_clustering_mode = 'raw'
    port = 5432
    backend_hostname0 = 'SRV1_IP' # eg 192.168.1.100
    backend_port0 = 5432" > /etc/pgpool-II/pgpool.conf
    
  4. restart the service using this command.

    # systemctl restart pgpool2.service
    
    # systemctl restart pgpool.service
    
  5. Bootstrap Carbonio

    # carbonio-bootstrap
    

    The bootstrap command will execute a number of tasks and will set up the node. At the end, you will be prompted with a menu and, if you already configured all, you only need to click y for confirmation.

  6. Setup Carbonio Mesh

    Carbonio Mesh is required to allow communication between Carbonio and its components. The configuration is interactively generated by command

    # service-discover setup-wizard
    

    This command will:

    • ask for the IP address and netmask

    • ask for the Carbonio Mesh secret, which is used for setups, management, and to access the administration GUI. See section Carbonio Mesh Administration Interface for more information.

      This password will be denoted as MESH_SECRET throughout the documentation.

      Hint

      We suggest to use a robust password which is at least 16 characters long, including at least one of lowercase and uppercase letters, numbers, special characters and store it in a password manager.

    • store the setup in file /etc/zextras/service-discover/cluster-credentials.tar.gpg

      Warning

      In case the password is lost or the credential file becomes corrupted and unusable, you can Regenerate Carbonio Mesh Secret.

    To complete Carbonio Mesh installation, run

    # pending-setups -a
    

    Hint

    The secret needed to run the above command is stored in file /var/lib/service-discover/password which is accessible only by the root user.

  7. Bootstrap Carbonio Databases, using the Postgres user created on SRV1 and the password defined in previous step.

    • Carbonio Advanced

      # PGPASSWORD=DB_ADM_PWD carbonio-mailbox-db-bootstrap carbonio_adm 127.0.0.1
      
    • Carbonio Files

      # PGPASSWORD=DB_ADM_PWD carbonio-files-db-bootstrap carbonio_adm 127.0.0.1
      
    • Carbonio Docs

      # PGPASSWORD=DB_ADM_PWD carbonio-docs-connector-db-bootstrap carbonio_adm 127.0.0.1
      

Values used in the next steps

  • SRV2_hostname this node’s hostname, which can be retrieved using the command su - zextras -c "carbonio prov gas service-discover"

  • MESH_SECRET the Carbonio Mesh password

  • LDAP_PWD the LDAP bind password for the root user and applications, retrieved with command:

    # zmlocalconfig -s zimbra_ldap_password
    
  • AMAVIS_PWD the password used by Carbonio for the Amavis service, retrieved with command

    # zmlocalconfig -s ldap_amavis_password
    
  • POSTFIX_PWD the password used by Carbonio for the Postfix service, retrieved with command

    # zmlocalconfig -s ldap_postfix_password
    
  • NGINX_PWD the password used by Carbonio for the NGINX service, retrieved with command

    # zmlocalconfig -s ldap_nginx_password
    

Note

By default, all the LDAP_PWD, AMAVIS_PWD, POSTFIX_PWD, and NGINX_PWD bind passwords have the same value.

SRV3: MTA

On this node we install the MTA, which is the actual software which sends and receives emails.

# apt install service-discover-agent carbonio-mta
# dnf install service-discover-agent carbonio-mta

These following tasks must be executed to configure the MTA.

  1. Bootstrap Carbonio

    # carbonio-bootstrap
    

    In the bootstrap menu, use SRV2_hostname, LDAP_PWD, POSTFIX_PWD, and AMAVIS_PWD in the following items to complete successfully the bootstrap.

    • Ldap master host: SRV2_hostname

    • Ldap Admin password: LDAP_PWD

    • Bind password for postfix ldap user: POSTFIX_PWD

    • Bind password for amavis ldap user: AMAVIS_PWD

  2. Copy the credentials from the Carbonio Mesh server node (SRV2) to the local server

    # scp root@[SRV2_hostname]:/etc/zextras/service-discover/cluster-credentials.tar.gpg \
      /etc/zextras/service-discover/cluster-credentials.tar.gpg
    
  3. Run Carbonio Mesh setup using MESH_SECRET

    # service-discover setup-wizard
    
  4. Complete Carbonio Mesh setup

    # pending-setups -a
    

    Hint

    The secret needed to run the above command is stored in file /var/lib/service-discover/password which is accessible only by the root user.

Values used in the next steps

  • MTA_IP the IP address of this node

SRV4: Proxy and Carbonio VideoServer

This node featurs the proxy, the *-ui files (i.e., the front-end packages for Carbonio Chats, Carbonio Admin Panel, and Carbonio Files), then the packages related to Carbonio VideoServer. Since Proxy and Carbonio VideoServer are different roles, we separate their installation and setup, so they can easily be installed on different nodes.

Proxy Installation and Node Setup

The proxy functionality requires no configuration, so we can just install the packages and configure the node only.

  1. Install packages

    # apt install service-discover-agent carbonio-proxy \
      carbonio-webui carbonio-files-ui carbonio-chats-ui \
      carbonio-admin-ui carbonio-admin-console-ui
    
    # dnf install service-discover-agent carbonio-proxy \
      carbonio-webui carbonio-files-ui carbonio-chats-ui \
      carbonio-admin-ui carbonio-admin-console-ui
    
  2. Bootstrap Carbonio

    # carbonio-bootstrap
    

    In the bootstrap menu, use SRV2_hostname, AND LDAP_PWD in the following items to complete successfully the bootstrap.

    • Ldap master host: SRV2_hostname

    • Ldap Admin password: LDAP_PWD

  3. Copy credentials from the Carbonio Mesh server node (SRV2) to the local server

    # scp root@[SRV2_hostname]:/etc/zextras/service-discover/cluster-credentials.tar.gpg \
      /etc/zextras/service-discover/cluster-credentials.tar.gpg
    
  4. Run Carbonio Mesh setup using MESH_SECRET

    # service-discover setup-wizard
    
  5. Complete Carbonio Mesh setup

    # pending-setups -a
    

    Hint

    The secret needed to run the above command is stored in file /var/lib/service-discover/password which is accessible only by the root user.

Carbonio VideoServer and Video Recording

It is possible to install the Carbonio VideoServer without the Video Recording feature. If you wish to do so, follow the procedure below, but skip the last step, labelled [Video Recording].

  1. Install Carbonio VideoServer package

    # apt install carbonio-videoserver
    

    Before starting the procedure, install Fedora’s epel-repository.

    # yum -y install https://dl.fedoraproject.org/pub/epel/epel-release-latest-8.noarch.rpm
    

    Then, install the packages.

    # dnf install carbonio-videoserver
    

    After the installation, make sure that the Carbonio VideoServer public IP address (i.e., the one that will accept incoming connections to the Carbonio VideoServer) is present in the configuration file /etc/janus/janus.jcfg and add it if missing.

  2. Enable and start the service with the commands

    # systemctl enable videoserver.service
    # systemctl start  videoserver.service
    
  3. Enable Memcached access using the commands as the zextras user:

    zextras$ carbonio prov ms $(zmhostname) zimbraMemcachedBindAddress $(hostname -i)
    zextras$ zmmemcachedctl restart
    zextras$ zmproxyctl restart
    

    Warning

    Since Memcached does not support authentication, make sure that the Memcached port (11211) is accessible only from internal, trusted networks.

  4. [Video Recording] To implement this feature, install package

    # apt install carbonio-videoserver-recorder
    
    # dnf install carbonio-videoserver-recorder
    

    The video-recording feature is enabled by default, and does not require configuration on this node, but in the next one. Indeed, it requires a node which installs the carbonio-appserver packages. The recorded sessions will be stored on that node, in directory /var/lib/videorecorder/. Make sure that the directory has sufficient free space, otherwise recorded videos can not be stored.

    Hint

    You can mount on that location a dedicated disk or partition and keep it monitored for space usage.

Values used in the next steps

  • VS_IP the local IP address of this node

  • VS_PWD the password of the Carbonio VideoServer, that can be retrieved by running as the root user the command grep -i -e nat_1_1 -e api_secret /etc/janus/janus.jcfg

  • SERVLET_PORT the value of the servlet port configuration option saved in file /etc/carbonio/videoserver-recorder/recordingEnv, needed when running the previous command

SRV5: Advanced, AppServer, Files, and Docs

On this node, first install all the required packages for Carbonio Files, then configure the various services needed.

# apt install service-discover-agent carbonio-appserver \
  carbonio-advanced carbonio-zal \
  carbonio-user-management \
  carbonio-files carbonio-docs-connector \
  carbonio-docs-editor

Make sure to respect the order of installation.

# yum install service-discover-agent carbonio-appserver
# yum install carbonio-files
# yum install carbonio-user-management carbonio-advanced carbonio-zal
# yum install carbonio-docs-connector carbonio-docs-editor

Execute the following tasks.

  1. Bootstrap Carbonio

    # carbonio-bootstrap
    

    In the bootstrap menu, use SRV2_hostname, LDAP_PWD, and NGINX_PWD in the following items to complete successfully the bootstrap.

    • Ldap master host: SRV2_hostname

    • Ldap Admin password: LDAP_PWD

    • Bind password for nginx ldap user: NGINX_PWD

  2. Copy the credentials from the Carbonio Mesh server node (SRV2) to the local server

    # scp root@[SRV2_hostname]:/etc/zextras/service-discover/cluster-credentials.tar.gpg \
      /etc/zextras/service-discover/cluster-credentials.tar.gpg
    
  3. Run Carbonio Mesh setup using MESH_SECRET

    # service-discover setup-wizard
    
  4. Complete Carbonio Mesh setup

    # pending-setups -a
    

    Hint

    The secret needed to run the above command is stored in file /var/lib/service-discover/password which is accessible only by the root user.

  5. Let Carbonio Files use Memcached. Edit file /etc/carbonio/files/config.properties and search for section # Nginx Lookup servers.

    1# Nginx Lookup servers
    2nginxlookup.server.protocol=https
    3nginxlookup.server.urls=172.16.0.15
    4memcached.server.urls=172.16.0.14
    

    Make sure that:

    • in line 2 protocol is https

    • in line 3 there must be the IP address of one AppServer, we use the current node’s IP Address for simplicity

    • in line 4 VS_IP is written, to allow this node’s access to Memcached, which is installed on the Proxy Node

  6. Fix carbonio-mailbox token access

    # chmod a+r /etc/zextras/carbonio-mailbox/token
    
  7. restart the mailbox process as the zextras user

    zextras$ zmcontrol stop
    zextras$ zmcontrol start
    
  8. Run as the zextras user the following command to configure the Video Recording, using VS_IP, SERVLET_PORT and VS_PWD configured on SRV4

    zextras$ carbonio chats video-server add VS_IP port 8188 \
      servlet_port SERVLET_PORT secret VS_PWD
    
  9. Enable Chats and Video Recording, issuing the commands as the zextras user

    zextras$ carbonio config set global teamVideoServerRecordingEnabled true
    zextras$ carbonio config set cos default teamChatEnabled true
    
  10. (optional) Activate the license as the zextras user

    zextras$ carbonio core activate-license TOKEN
    

SRV6: Advanced, AppServer, Preview, and Logger

On this node we install the Preview, the Logger, the User Management, and advanced services.

Hint

We suggest that Preview and the Carbonio Docs-related packages be installed on different physical nodes.

First install all the necessary packages:

# apt install service-discover-agent carbonio-appserver \
  carbonio-user-management carbonio-advanced carbonio-zal \
  carbonio-preview carbonio-logger

Make sure to respect the order of installation.

# dnf install service-discover-agent carbonio-appserver
# dnf install carbonio-user-management carbonio-advanced carbonio-zal
# dnf install carbonio-preview carbonio-logger

Execute the following tasks.

  1. Bootstrap Carbonio

    # carbonio-bootstrap
    

    In the bootstrap menu, use SRV2_hostname, and LDAP_PWD in the following items to complete successfully the bootstrap.

    • Ldap master host: SRV2_hostname

    • Ldap Admin password: LDAP_PWD

  2. Copy credentials from the Carbonio Mesh server node (SRV2) to the local server.

    # scp root@[SRV2_hostname]:/etc/zextras/service-discover/cluster-credentials.tar.gpg \
      /etc/zextras/service-discover/cluster-credentials.tar.gpg
    
  3. Run Carbonio Mesh setup using MESH_SECRET

    # service-discover setup-wizard
    
  4. Complete Carbonio Mesh setup

    # pending-setups -a
    

    Hint

    The secret needed to run the above command is stored in file /var/lib/service-discover/password which is accessible only by the root user.

  5. Fix carbonio-mailbox token access

    # chmod a+r /etc/zextras/carbonio-mailbox/token
    
  6. Let Carbonio Preview use Memcached. Edit file /etc/carbonio/preview/config.ini and search for section # Nginx Lookup servers.

    1nginx_lookup_server_full_path_urls = https://172.16.0.16
    2memcached_server_full_path_urls = 172.16.0.14:11211
    

    Make sure that:

    • in line 1 protocol is https and the IP address is the address of one AppServer, we use the current node’s IP Address for simplicity

    • in line 2 VS_IP is written, to allow this node’s access to Memcached, which is installed on the Proxy Node

  7. Restart the Carbonio Preview process

    # systemctl restart carbonio-preview
    # systemctl restart carbonio-preview-sidecar
    
  8. As last task, restart the mailbox process as the zextras user

    zextras$ zmcontrol stop
    zextras$ zmcontrol start
    

To configure the Logger, please refer to Section Logger Node Configuration.

Access to the Web Interface

To access Carbonio's web interface, point a supported browser to either of the URL below. In a Multi-Server installation, replace the URL with the IP address or the hostname of the Proxy Node, i.e., SRV4_IP in our scenario.

Note

Since Carbonio uses SSL, it is strongly suggested to install an SSL certificate. Please refer to Section Deploy an SSL certificate for directions..

Web Client

The web client is used for regular access to the e-mail account and can be used also to access other functionalities (Carbonio Files, Carbonio Docs if installed), as well as other client protocols such as IMAP or POP, and is available at https://mail.example.com/. In Carbonio User Guides you can find directions that guide you in your first steps with Carbonio and introduction to the most common tasks

Carbonio Admin Panel

The Carbonio Admin Panel is used for Administration access and is available at: https://mail.example.com:6071/login.

Here, you can manage server, domains, accounts, and other configurations. Please refer to section Carbonio Admin Panel for more information.