SecureMail Gateway Administration
The GlobalCerts SecureMail Gateway is administered through a secure web portal on a special port. In order to access your administration, open a browser and enter your SMG's hostname followed by port 444 into the URL bar. For example: https://securemail.mycompany.com:444. Please note this may need to be done from your internal network as this port should be locked down from external (internet) access. The default login is username:admin and password: admin.
For details on the administration of the SMG, you can click the 'Help' icon in the upper-right corner of the administration pages, or reference the attached SMG Administrator Manual.
Users may also manage the clue and passphrase templates they have set up by visiting the User-level administration on port 445 (i.e. https://securemail.mycompany.com:445)
End User Training for the SMG
The attached document contains detailed walkthroughs on how to send and receive secure emails using the SecureMail Gateway solution.
SMTP over TLS with the SecureMail Gateway
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How do I update the SMG's SSL Certificate?
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