iManager is a Server Administration utility that runs in your favorite web browser (Netscape
Navigator, Microsoft Internet Explorer, and others).
iManager makes server administration much easier by providing wizards that walk you through the most common and
iManager 2.0 is currently a beta product. It has been rigorously
tested and has proven to be extremely stable thus far.
iManager 2.0 will be upgraded frequently. The "About
iManager" menu option will tell you what version you are running and
if there is a more current version available.
Any bugs or suggestions should be submitted to the
Web Development Team.
The File Manager gives you the ability to easily upload files from your personal
computer to your Virtual Server. Once uploaded, you can edit those files, change the
permissions, and much more. Forget about cryptic FTP and Telnet programs, iManager makes file
management quick and easy.
Never has e-mail been so easy! The web-based e-mail client featured in the Mail Manager
allows you to send and receive email messages from any computer with an Internet
connection and a browser. iManager makes e-mail simple because you don't have to
configure a client program to connect through your proxy to your POP, IMAP, and SMTP
servers. Confusing, right? Just use the Mail Manager.
Tools and wizards
These wizards walk you through the step-by-step process of managing e-mail and FTP user
accounts, creating e-mail aliases and autoreplies, and protecting yourself from spam
(unsolicited commercial e-mail).
Certain aspects of the File Manager, Mail Manager, and the administrative
Tools and wizards can be customized to your own liking. For example, by
default you are prompted to confirm the removal of a file or a mail message.
Using the Preferences wizard, you can turn this confirmation off.
See the following.
These iManager tutorials are presented in Macromedia Flash format.
For an demonstration on iManager features, see:
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