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3 i Contents FTP Service 1 V10 New Features... 2 FTP Access Mode... 2 FTP Synchronization... 2 FTP Service Node... 3 FTP Service Tab... 4 Users... 6 User - User... 6 User's Permissions... 7 User - Options... 9 Groups Groups - Group Groups - Permissions Groups - Options Options Access Aliases Synchronization Tab Recommended Clients FTP Hints Path Variables Warning: User vs. Group Tip: System Integration Group... 22
4 ii Contents Tip: Effective Usage of $$username$$ Path Variable Tip: Server Sync - Live Backup of Mail Folder Tip: Aliases - Globally Inform Users of Particular Group Index 29
5 1 C H A P T E R 1 FTP Service IceWarp Server provides a feature-rich FTP server, allowing you to offer your users file storage areas which can be used for backups, web site hosting or any other standard file storage purpose. Features include: Full standards compliance Use any standards-compliant client. SSL support Allowing for highly secure data transfers. Group Access policies Allow access for defined group(s) of users. Scheduled synchronization. Synchronize files and folders with a remote FTP location. Multiple FTP Hosts. Allows many IceWarp FTP Servers on one instance of IceWarp Server. UTF8 support Full support for UTF8 encoded files. Large file support Transfer files of any size - restart supported for lost connections. IPv6 protocols and extensions No problem as nodes migrate from IPv4 to IPv6. Advanced Security features Allow and deny access by IP address (specific and masks). In This Chapter V10 New Features... 2 FTP Service Node... 3 Recommended Clients FTP Hints... 21
6 2 C H A P T E R 2 V10 New Features FTP Access Mode Access Mode has been added so that system users don't need any extra setup for account and authentication. Account settings have been removed, everything needs to be set at the user level in Domains & Accounts - User Services. System account integration via Access Mode allows global, domain, account level FTP settings. During upgrade Access Mode for FTP is set to List, ensures that after upgrade system accounts do not get full access to FTP service. FTP Synchronization Clone support creates exact mirror, deletes files in target which are not present in source. IgnoreList RegEx for both source and destination which to leave some files unaffected by cloning in either destination. Added AutoRefresh window which shows real-time progress. Sync Now button. Log support. MLSD command error logging. UNC path support. Active sessions visible in GUI.
7 3 C H A P T E R 3 FTP Service Node The FTP Service node allows you to define one or more IceWarp FTP Servers on your Server. Be aware that the FTP Service runs under the Control Service so if this is not started, the FTP Service will not run correctly. An FTP Service allows you share files and folders with users who have an FTP client. Specific Users can be defined for each service, and you can also allow anonymous access, so anyone can access the files. Field Active Access Mode System account settings Description Check the box to activate the IceWarp FTP Server. Click the button to reveal the Access Mode dialog. For more information, refer to the Access Mode section. Click the Settings button to reveal the User dialog. For more information, refer further to the User (see "User - User" on page 6) section. The node has two tabs - FTP Service (see "FTP Service Tab" on page 4) and Synchronization (see "Synchronization Tab" on page 18), which are discussed in the following sections. In This Chapter FTP Service Tab... 4 Synchronization Tab... 18
8 4 C H A P T E R 4 FTP Service Tab Selecting the FTP Service tab offers a list of defined IceWarp FTP Servers: Use the Delete button to delete a definition. Use the Add or Edit buttons to create or modify an FTP Site definition, the FTP Service dialog is presented: Field Site Description Home directory Description The URL used to access the FTP site. Short descriptive text for this FTP service. The root folder (or home directory) of the FTP site. IceWarp Server will automatically display any subfolders. It is possible to use path variables here:
9 FTP Service Node 5 $$homedir$$, $$username$$ and $$groupname$$ are allowed, and additionally $$domain$$ and $$ $$ if you use system integration. Read more about path variables in the Hints (see "FTP Hints" on page 21) section. Use the '...' button to open a standard dialog for selecting the home directory For selecting home directory you can use selection button '...' IP Address If you need to bind this service to a specific IP address, specify it here. Use the drop down arrow to show all IP addresses available for this machine, plus an option to use 'all available'. NOTE - that if you need to run multiple FTP sites you must use a separate IP address for each site, with DNS records set up appropriately. However, you can specify different folders for different users under the same FTP site to give the effect of having separate FTP sites. Enable W3C logging Logging file path Delete logs older than (Days) If checked all the connections are logged in W3C format which is a standardized format so you can use your own parsers, etc. to easily analyze the logs. The path to log files. It supports time variables like yyyy mm dd in the file name. e.g. c:\logs\ftp\"yyyymmdd".log Specify number of days after this period logs are removed. NOTE that if zero is left, logs are not deleted. In This Chapter Users... 6 Groups Options Access Aliases... 17
10 6 FTP Service Reference IceWarp Server Users Selecting the Users tab of the FTP Service dialog displays a list of defined Users for this IceWarp FTP Server: Use the Delete button to delete the selected User. Use the Add or Edit button to create or modify a User. The User dialog is displayed. User - User Field Username Name Type Description The username for this account. Short descriptive text for this account. Choose from one of three account types: System (default) Use this type if the User you are defining already has a standard User account within this
11 FTP Service Node 7 IceWarp Server. For this type you should specify the User account in the Account field and the user will have to use that account's password to access the IceWarp FTP Server. Example: From the screenshot above - the user logs in with username "Administrator" and the password to Account Local Use this type for a user external to the IceWarp Server. A password must be specified in the Password field. Anonymous Use this type if you do not want to specify a password for the user. NOTE - do not assign administrator rights to this type of user as this could easily lead to abuse of your FTP site. Password Account Group Specify a password here for users of type Local. Specify the IceWarp Server account here for user type System. Use the '...' button to open the Select Account dialog, allowing you to easily locate and assign an account. Add this user into an existing Group by selecting the appropriate Group from the Drop-down list. NOTE - Groups must be defined before you can add a user (see Groups (on page 10)). Home directory You can define a specific path for this User's home directory here. NOTE - This value will override any Group value defined User's Permissions Selecting the Permissions tab of the User dialog presents a list of defined Folder permissions: Use the Delete button to delete the selected permission.
12 8 FTP Service Reference IceWarp Server Use the Add or Edit buttons to create or modify a permission. The Path Permissions dialog is displayed: NOTE - Settings here will override any Group settings for a Group that this user is a member of. Field Relative path Description Specify the path to the folder you wish to assign User Permissions to. This is a relative path from the Home directory (see "FTP Service Tab" on page 4) of the FTP site, and must contain a trailing slash character. Use just a slash, '/', to specify the Home directory. If you want to define default permissions for any directories not explicitly specified enter a single asterisk, '*'. Full (Optional) Inherit Here you can optionally specify the full path to the directory you wish to apply restrictions to. This allows you to define a directory alias that can only be seen by this User or Group, in addition to any global directory aliases you have defined. For example, you may want to give a group of programmers access to a source directory that other users cannot see. Check this option to have the permissions inherited from the parent directory. Read Permissions Get Access directory List Allow the User to download files. Allow the User to browse to this directory with his FTP client. Allow the User to list the directory contents.
13 FTP Service Node 9 NOTE - the difference between Access Directory and List is subtle. If Access Directory is enabled then the User's client can browse to that directory, but. if List is not enabled, the directory will appear to be empty. Write Permissions Put Rename Append Make directory Allow the User to upload files to this directory. Allow the User to Rename this directory. Allow the User's client to use the Append command in this directory. Allow the User to create subfolders in this directory. Delete Permissions Delete Remove directory Allow the User to delete files from this directory. Allow the user to delete this directory. Size Maximum directory size Specify here a maximum size for this folder, in MegaBytes. Zero value means that directory size is not limited. User - Options NOTE - Settings here will override any Group settings for a Group that this user is a member of. Field Download Speed Limit Description Enter a non-zero value to limit the speed at which this User can download data. A value of zero specifies no limit (up to your connection speed)
14 10 FTP Service Reference IceWarp Server This can be useful if you need to limit your bandwidth usage. Upload Speed Limit Download Amount Limit Upload Amount Limit Upload/Download Ratio Enter a non-zero value to limit the speed at which this User can upload data. A value of zero specifies no limit (up to your connection speed) This can be useful if you need to limit your bandwidth usage. Enter a non-zero value to limit the amount of data this User can download. A value of zero specifies no limit (up to your connection speed) This can be useful if you need to limit your bandwidth usage. Enter a non-zero value to limit the amount of data this User can Upload. A value of zero specifies no limit (up to your connection speed) This can be useful if you need to limit your bandwidth usage. Enter a non-zero value here to specify how much data the User must upload compared to the amount he downloads. For example - a value of 2 says that this user must upload 2 Mbytes of data for every 1 Mbyte he downloads. Groups An FTP User Group is effectively a template of options that can be applied to a User simply by making that User a member of the Group. A Group definition lets you change an option once and have it applied to all Users in the Group. Within a Group you can set the Relative path, Permissions, the upload/download limits and the upload/download ratio to be applied to members of the Group. NOTES A User can only be a member of one FTP Group. Any options you specify within the Users tab will override the Group options.
15 FTP Service Node 11 Selecting the Groups tab displays a list of defined FTP Groups: Use the Delete button to delete the selected Group. Use the Up and Down arrows to move Groups within the list. Use the Add or Edit buttons to create or modify a Group. The Group dialog is presented. Groups - Group Field Name Description Home directory System Integration Description Specify a name for the Group. Short descriptive text to help you identify the Group. Specify a path to the group FTP directory. This is also the place where the group members are directed to after logging in. Integration and automatic linking with certain IceWarp Server system user accounts. You should
16 12 FTP Service Reference IceWarp Server specify these accounts in 'Restrict to' field. Restrict to Specifies domains and/or users with which you want to integrate. Domains and users are separated with semicolon. Users of this Group will now access FTP site with their account user names and passwords. Use '...' for selection through Select Account Dialog, easy to use and straightforward dialog. Groups - Permissions The Permissions tab allows you to set default permissions for the Group. NOTE - that permissions assigned to individual members of the Group will override Group permissions. Use the Delete button to delete the selected Permission. Use the Add or Edit buttons to create or modify a Permission. The Path Permission dialog is presented.
17 FTP Service Node 13 Field Relative path Description Specify the path to the folder you wish to assign User Permissions to. This is a relative path from the Home directory (see "FTP Service Tab" on page 4) of the FTP site, and must contain a trailing slash character. Use just a slash, '/', to specify the Home directory. If you want to define default permissions for any directories not explicitly specified enter a single asterisk, '*'. Full (Optional) Inherit Here you can optionally specify the full path to the directory you wish to apply restrictions to. This allows you to define a directory alias that can only be seen by this User or Group, in addition to any global directory aliases you have defined. For example, you may want to give a group of programmers access to a source directory that other users cannot see. Check this option to have the permissions inherited from the parent directory. Read Permissions Get Access directory List Allow the User to download files. Allow the User to browse to this directory with his FTP client. Allow the User to list the directory contents. NOTE - the difference between Access Directory and List is subtle. If Access Directory is enabled then the User's client can browse to that directory, but. if List is not enabled, the directory will appear to be empty. Write Permissions Put Rename Append Make directory Allow the User to upload files to this directory. Allow the User to Rename this directory. Allow the User's client to use the Append command in this directory. Allow the User to create subfolders in this directory. Delete Permissions Delete Remove directory Allow the User to delete files from this directory. Allow the user to delete this directory.
18 14 FTP Service Reference IceWarp Server Size Maximum directory size Specify here a maximum size for this folder, in MegaBytes. Zero value means that the size is not limited. Groups - Options Field Download Speed Limit Upload Speed Limit Download Amount Limit Upload Amount Limit Upload/Download Ratio Description Enter a non-zero value to limit the speed at which this User can download data. A value of zero specifies no limit (up to your connection speed) This can be useful if you need to limit your bandwidth usage. Enter a non-zero value to limit the speed at which this User can upload data. A value of zero specifies no limit (up to your connection speed) This can be useful if you need to limit your bandwidth usage. Enter a non-zero value to limit the amount of data this User can download. A value of zero specifies no limit (up to your connection speed) This can be useful if you need to limit your bandwidth usage. Enter a non-zero value to limit the amount of data this User can Upload. A value of zero specifies no limit (up to your connection speed) This can be useful if you need to limit your bandwidth usage. Enter a non-zero value here to specify how much data the User must upload compared to the amount he downloads. For example - a value of 2 says that this user must upload 2 Mbytes of data for every 1 Mbyte he downloads.
19 FTP Service Node 15 Options Field Maximum connected users Maximum connections from single IP address Passive port range from / to Description Specify a non-zero value here to limit the number of simultaneous connections to this FTP site. This is useful if you want to limit bandwidth usage. Specify a non-zero value here to limit the number of connections from a single IP address. The IceWarp FTP Server communicates in both Active and Passive mode. For Passive mode communication the Server needs to use non-standard ports to communicate, these are specified here. Specify the low and high value of a range of ports the server can use for Passive mode connections. NOTE - these ports should be opened on you firewall/router. You can read more information about how active and passive modes work here - FTP Modes (http://slacksite.com/other/ftp.html). Passive mode IP address (If not supported by firewall) Here you can specify an IP address to use for passive mode transfers. Useful and important when the FTP service is running behind a firewall or proxy.
20 16 FTP Service Reference IceWarp Server Require OTP authentication (S/KEY password encryption) Welcome message In compliance with RFC-2289 server requests One Time Password authentication login. Enable this checkbox to increase your server's security, but remember some FTP Clients do not support this feature. Specify a greeting here. This will be used to greet any client accessing the IceWarp FTP Server. Access The Access tab allows you to grant or deny access to the FTP Site from specific IP address ranges. You are presented with a list of defined IP address ranges: Use the Delete button to delete the selected range. Use the up and down arrow buttons to move address ranges within the list. Use the Add or Edit buttons to create or modify an IP address range. The IP dialog is displayed: Field IP Addresses Description Specify an IP address range here. An Asterisk can be used as a wildcard:
21 FTP Service Node 17 e.g *.* means all addresses beginning with A hyphen can be used to define a number range: e.g *.*.* means all addresses beginning with 192 or 193 Multiple entries can be specified, separated with semicolons: e.g *.*; ; *.*.* means both of the above. Access Select one of: Grant - to allow access form this IP range. Deny - to block access from this IP range. Aliases Aliases are a very popular, although tricky, way how to organize files and folders of your FTP site. Using aliases in your FTP site is recommended and can be very useful. With right setting of aliases you can achieve better clarity and security of your server. After reading this, see also the Hints chapter in this documentation. This feature lets you to define different paths for a particular folder. A user who accesses a folder in his FTP account site will access this folder but actually, he will be redirected to read a completely different one. You can use both absolute and relative paths in the format shown on the image above. Also you can use all path variables ($$homedir$$, $$username$$, $$groupname$$, $$domain$$, $$ $$ (the last two only in case you are system integrated)) when setting aliases. This can come extremely handy. Read more about path variables in the Hints (see "FTP Hints" on page 21) section.
22 18 FTP Service Reference IceWarp Server To add a new alias or edit existing one, click the proper button. Dialog like this appears: Field Alias Path Description A relative path from root folder to the one whose accesses should be redirected somewhere else. Where the accesses are redirected to. Can be relative or absolute path. Synchronization Tab Server synchronization is a comprehensive feature for scheduled automatic file or directory synchronization. It is ideal for automatic file or directory backup and mirroring. This function only download difference in content of your remote directory to your local folder. By difference is meant: new folder various filename or extension various time and/or date of creation (modification) various size See also section Hints in FTP documentation for example how to live backup your mail folder.
23 FTP Service Node 19 If you want to perform synchronization process right away, select task from list and hit the 'Sync Now' button. For adding or editing tasks, click the proper button. The Server Synchronization dialog will appear. Field Description Log File Description Identification of this task in synchronizations list. Enter some descriptive text. Path of the file that logs synchronizations. Click the "..." button to select this file. The recommended file format is.txt. If you click the Sync Now button (FTP Service Synchronization), the log file opens you can watch the synchronization progress. Source Three types are available FTP: Backup your IceWarp FTP Server. This is the most common usage. HTTP: Synchronize an HTTP URL (one file only) with locally stored file. This can be handy. Directory: Synchronize from some local or network directory.
24 20 FTP Service Reference IceWarp Server Server Username Specifies server name. Username used to login to server. Password Password used to login to server. Directory Remote relative directory path. Uses slashes - / Ignore List Enter regexes with file names that you want to ignore when the directory is synchronized. I.e. these files will not be copied into the destination directory. E.g.: \.db& all files with the.db extension are ignored. Recursive (synchronize subdirectories ) Clone If enabled, all subdirectories will be synchronized too. If enabled, 1:1 copy of the source directory (From) is created in the destination directory (To). NOTE that files that are in the destination directory but are not in the source directory are deleted. Directory Ignore List A folder in your computer for the synchronization. Enter regexes with file names that you want to ignore when the directory is synchronized. I.e. these files will not be deleted from the destination directory even if the source directory does not include them. E.g.: \.db& all files with the.db extension are ignored. Schedule Select days of week and use the radio buttons to set frequency of synchronization process Recommended Clients We recommend the following client for use with IceWarp FTP Server. FileZilla available from filezilla-project.org, this is a free, multi-platform FTP client with an equally rich set of features.
25 21 C H A P T E R 5 FTP Hints In this chapter, some useful and helpful advices, hints, tips and tricks are described. Using this information can simplify and speed up management of your IceWarp FTP Server. In This Chapter Path Variables Warning: User vs. Group Tip: System Integration Group Tip: Effective Usage of $$username$$ Path Variable Tip: Server Sync - Live Backup of Mail Folder Tip: Aliases - Globally Inform Users of Particular Group Path Variables You have three various path variables available. You can use them in home directory, in path permissions settings and make aliases for them. Path Variable $$username$$ $$groupname$$ Description Username of currently logged user is stored here. Name of the group to which currently logged user belongs. NOTE that if this user is a member of more groups, just the first group in the list is used. E.g. John Doe is a member of three groups Developers, Support and Documentation (in this order). Here he is treated as a member of Developers. $$homedir$$ $$ $$ $$domain$$ Stores path to mailbox folder of currently logged user. Usable only if integrated with the system contains the address of the user. Usable only if integrated with the system this path variable contains domain name of the currently logged user.
26 22 FTP Service Reference IceWarp Server Example This setting will allow to have separate groups entering separate folders on your computer with one setting only. Warning: User vs. Group Path permissions and options specified for individual user always override settings of user as a member of some group! Do not forget about this. This also means you can selectively set different options for a particular user of any group. For example you want to give an administrator of a domains unlimited FTP access, so you have to specify these settings for this special user individually in 'Users' tab. Tip: System Integration Group It is very useful to create a group of IceWarp Server system users. Such a group creating will easily let you link server and IceWarp FTP Server. Users in this group use their account username/password combinations also for accessing the FTP site.
27 FTP Hints 23 To create such a group, navigate to the Groups tab and add a new group like this: Do not forget to enable the Integrate with system accounts feature. If you do not fill in restriction filed, this group will contain every user of IceWarp Server. If you smartly set options to be the mostly suitable for you, this is a powerful feature to handle and integrate and FTP accounts. If you do not want to have all users in one group, e.g. you want to restrict it to a specific domain or users just fill in the blank restrict to field. Multiple domains and users are supported separated with semicolons.
28 24 FTP Service Reference IceWarp Server Tip: Effective Usage of $$username$$ Path Variable If you simply want every user to have a separate folder on your server you can do it this way: Now every user that logs into his account will be automatically directed into his/her folder. For first-time loggers, folder is automatically created by IceWarp FTP Server. This applies also for anonymous account. It is recommended that you set the proper path permissions and maximum directory size for various types of users accounts under User - Path Permissions/Options or Group - Path Permissions/Options. When you as a server administrator navigate to the C:\Users folder, you will see folders named $$username$$.
29 FTP Hints 25 Tip: Server Sync - Live Backup of Mail Folder It can be very useful to backup a mail folder. By setting IceWarp FTP Server as on the picture below, users will access directly their mail folders (path variable $$homedir$$).
30 26 FTP Service Reference IceWarp Server Navigate to the Synchronization tab, add a new task and set it to values such as these: Now the server sync feature will backup whole mail folder (also subfolders - the Recursive check-box checked) of user account to the local C:\BackUp\ directory. Synchronization process will be performed once every working day at 01:00 as set in the Scheduling option. If you will now access FTP site as user you will see content of your mail directory.
31 FTP Hints 27 After synchronization (at 01:00, or pressing the Sync Now button) in the local C:\BackUp directory. As you can simply check also folder \inbox\ is synchronized.
32 28 FTP Service Reference IceWarp Server Tip: Aliases - Globally Inform Users of Particular Group This is useful when you want to inform or notify all users of a particular group of your IceWarp FTP Server. For such a purpose you will include a folder or file into all FTP user accounts listed for this group. To do that, create an alias like this: Locate the message or announcement into your local G:\information\ folder. Now, to add this directory to all user accounts, simply add this alias into path permissions of a group or users you want to notify. Now users of your group will see in their home directories a new read-only folder called attention!!.
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