This Knowledge Base article explains the protection offered by this particular AM(X). There is a sister article ( 740 ) that lists all the versions of the AM(X) that we have produced so far and the versions of related supported software; there are links from that sister article to, usually brief, articles that explain the unique features of each version.
The MailMax Server solution is a mail server application that supports the SMTP, POP 3, and IMAP 4 protocols and can be installed in the following ways with Neverfail Heartbeat:
Ø When deployed with a local SQL Server or MSDE database it will install as an AMX for Neverfail for SQL Server.
Ø When deployed with a remote SQL Server it installs as an AMX for Neverfail for IIS.
For the protection of the remote administration web capabilities the Neverfail for IIS Server needs to be installed. The AM(X) protects the MailMax services and all the configuration information.
This is a list of all services protected by this AM(X). Please note that where an AM(X) supports multiple vendor versions, some services may not be present in a particular version.
Ø MailMax 5.5 – DataMaxDB .NET (DataMaxDB)
Ø MailMax 5.5 – HouseKeeping (HouseKeeping)
Ø MailMax 5.5 – IMAP Service (IMAPMax5)
Ø MailMax 5.5 – Outbound Queue Service (QueueMax5)
Ø MailMax 5.5 – POP 3 Service (PopMax5)
Ø MailMax 5.5 – SMTP Service (SMTPMax5)
This is a description of the protected data set that was determined at AM(X) install time. Please note that exact filters will be based on the configuration of the application at the moment that the AM(X) was installed.
Ø All registry data and configuration information;
Ø All program and log files.
Automatic Filter Discovery
The AM(X) does not provide a filter discovery component. The AMX will need to be reinstalled according to (KB 462) if the application is reconfigured in such a way that new locations are specified for files that are currently protected.
Unsupported Components or Features
The AM(X) does not protect the following application features or components:
Ø Deployments with a Microsoft Access database.