Enterprise mailbox is a mailbox ending with the company's own domain name. As an important tool for internal and external communication, it plays an increasingly important role in daily business management and activities. Enterprise mailboxes can not only reflect the company’s brand and image, but also facilitate the unified management of mailboxes and ensure the security and stability of corporate contacts.
Common Enterprise mailbox types are as below:
1. Hosted enterprise mailbox
It is a professional enterprise mailbox product. Major operators (such as Google) deploy the mailboxes leased by customers in the same place for centralized management, with high security, high function scalability, and the strongest stability. It is not restricted by geographical access, and does not need to be maintained by the enterprise itself, but it must be charged annually according to the number of users and capacity. (Applicable to all companies)
2. Self-built enterprise mailbox
The enterprise purchases the corresponding software and hardware, and deploys and pipelines within the enterprise. The purchase cost is relatively low. The software is charged at one time according to the number of users, but the mailbox capacity and access speed are great affected by hardware and the network environment. It is difficult to maintain. If the network environment does not do two-line backup, it will be more difficult for other operators to access the network (applicable to all enterprises)
3. Gift-type corporate mailbox
An email system with corporate mailbox characteristics presented to users by virtual hosting or network space service providers when companies rent domain names and website space. It has poor stability, general security, small capacity, and few users and no after-sales service. (Applicable to micro-enterprises)
With the intensification of market competition, the use of advanced information technology for management and operation, thereby improving efficiency, reducing costs, and enhancing the core competitiveness of enterprises is the only way for enterprise development. For small and medium-sized enterprises, how to spend less and actually solve the most basic application requirements is the fundamental problem, so TerraMaster NAS is also a good choice.
Through the following simple steps, you can set up TNAS as your own mail server as a tool for managing mail databases and mail accounts.
To Install a Mail Server:
1. Install and enable the MySQL server in the application center;
2. Install the Mail Server in the application center;
3. Open the Mail Server;
4. Check "Enable e-mail server", then click "Apply". Note: If the application settings fail, return to step 1 to reset the MySQL database. Alternatively, reset your password, then re-open the Mail Server;
5. Create a domain name in the domain name column, then set your mail account number and mailbox storage capacity;
6. Create a mail account using the mail account list.
If you want to send and receive mail on the Internet, you need a fixed IP address and mail domain name.
1. Create a mail server with a specified domain name in the TOS system, and create a corresponding mailbox list.
2. Do the corresponding resolution operations at the domain name service provider:
A record: Point the domain name to the IP address provided by the space service provider. For example, mail.xxx.com points to
mx record: used to build a mailbox, point the domain name to the mail server address, so that the mailbox can send and receive mail
successfully. For example, @ points to mail.xxx.com.
View the analysis situation: enter nslookup -q=mx xxx.com in the terminal to view the analysis situation. The time differs for different
service providers to complete the analysis.
3. Use the created mailbox user to log in through the client:
Sending and receiving server: fill in the fixed IP address or the address of the sending and receiving server, for example 184.108.40.206or smtp.xxx.com.