IRedMail/FAQ/LDAP/Monitor.Incoming.and.Outgoing.Mails.with.BCC

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This tutorial describes how to configure your iRedMail server (OpenLDAP backend) to monitor incoming and outgoing mails with BCC, via iRedAdmin-Pro or phpLDAPadmin.

Configure BCC with iRedAdmin-Pro

With iRedAdmin-Pro, you can configure BCC easily:

Per-domain BCC settings

Go to domain profile page, then you can enable sender bcc or recipient bcc in tab 'BCC'.

Per-user BCC settings

Go to user profile page, then you can enable sender bcc or recipient bcc in tab 'Advanced'.

Configure BCC with phpLDAPadmin

Per-domain BCC settings

  • Login to phpLDAPadmin first.
    • it's accessible via URL httpS://your_server.com/phpldapadmin/
    • You can find root dn (cn=Manager,dc=xx,dc=xx) or cn=vmailadmin,dc=xx,dc=xx in root directory of iRedMail installation directory, e.g. /root/iRedMail-0.7.2/iRedMail.tips.
  • Expand LDAP tree in left panel, find the domain you want to configure BCC settings. e.g. domainName=example.com.
    • phpLDAPadmin will ask you "Select a template to edit the entry" in right panel, just select Default.
  • phpLDAPadmin will show you all currently assigned LDAP attributes and values in right panel, now click link 'Add new attribute' in top-right panel to add BCC related attributes:
    • domainSenderBccAddress: Used to store email address for sender bcc, all outgoing mails will be BCCed to this email address.
      • WARNING: Multiple email addresses is NOT supported.
    • domainRecipientBccAddress: Used to store email address for recipient bcc, all incoming mails will be BCCed to this email address.
      • WARNING: Multiple email addresses is NOT supported.
  • Make sure you have senderbcc and/or recipientbcc as value of attribute enabledService, otherwise BCC won't work at all.

Per-user BCC settings

It's same as per-domain BCC settings. Below are steps:

  • Login to phpLDAPadmin first.
    • it's accessible via URL httpS://your_server.com/phpldapadmin/
    • You can find root dn (cn=Manager,dc=xx,dc=xx) or cn=vmailadmin,dc=xx,dc=xx in root directory of iRedMail installation directory, e.g. /root/iRedMail-0.7.2/iRedMail.tips.
  • Expand LDAP tree in left panel, find the user you want to configure BCC settings. e.g. mail=user@example.com.
    • phpLDAPadmin will ask you "Select a template to edit the entry" in right panel, just select Default.
  • phpLDAPadmin will show you all currently assigned LDAP attributes and values in right panel, now click link 'Add new attribute' in top-right panel to add BCC related attributes:
    • userSenderBccAddress: Used to store email address for sender bcc, all outgoing mails will be BCCed to this email address.
      • WARNING: Multiple email addresses is NOT supported.
    • userRecipientBccAddress: Used to store email address for recipient bcc, all incoming mails will be BCCed to this email address.
      • WARNING: Multiple email addresses is NOT supported.
  • Make sure you have senderbcc and/or recipientbcc as value of attribute enabledService, otherwise BCC won't work at all.
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