This article explains how to store the MailEnable message or configuration store on a NAS server or mapped network drive. You can use this article to configure a cluster of MailEnable if you are storing the configuration and email data for the cluster on the NAS. If you have the Enterprise or Enterprise Premium version of MailEnable installed, then you are able to configure two or more servers to connect to the same data, as they will handle the file sharing themselves.
The MailEnable services need to run under an account that has full permissions (read/write) on the NAS server or the mapped network drive. If there are permission failures reported within the MailEnable Diagnostic Report then follow the troubleshooting steps within the following knowledge base article: Article ME020456
Eg: Permissions: \\server\postoffices Failed: IME_ADMIN not granted access. Warning Fail
MailEnable Enterprise editions have the added ability of being able to cluster MailEnable Enterprise servers. This allows organizations to configure separate servers to act as front-end servers, leaving the message store on a NAS server or a mapped network drive. More information can be found here: http://www.mailenable.com/support/MEEICG.pdf
|Keywords:||NAS message store postoffices network drive mapped|
|Class:||HOWTO: Product Instructions|
|Revised:||Wednesday, May 4, 2016|