This information is valid from 7.6.3

This is an overview of all configuration parameters for the AppSuite backend. By default, this list is sorted by the .properties files they appear in. Yet for most parameters, it does not really matter in which file are found. This does not apply to some core configuration files which are explicitly loaded by name. For these, you cannot re-define the value in another file:

AdminUser.properties, filestorage.properties, Group.properties, mailfilter.properties, ModuleAccessDefinitions.properties, recaptcha.properties, recaptcha_options.properties, Resource.properties, RMI.properties, Sql.properties


Key Default value Comment File
USER_STORAGE com.openexchange.admin.storage.mysqlStorage.OXUserMySQLStorage AdminDaemon.properties:11
GROUP_STORAGE com.openexchange.admin.storage.mysqlStorage.OXGroupMySQLStorage AdminDaemon.properties:12
RESOURCE_STORAGE com.openexchange.admin.storage.mysqlStorage.OXResourceMySQLStorage AdminDaemon.properties:13
CONCURRENT_JOBS 2 how many jobs should be executed concurrently AdminDaemon.properties:16
MASTER_AUTHENTICATION_DISABLED false Disabling authentication for system calls like context/server etc. creation! ONLY USE THIS SWITCH IF YOU EXACTLY KNOW WHAT YOU DO!!! AdminDaemon.properties:3
CONTEXT_AUTHENTICATION_DISABLED false Disabling authentication for context calls like user/group etc. creation! This also disables authentication for calls which a "normal" user can make like change his own data or get his own data! ONLY USE THIS SWITCH IF YOU EXACTLY KNOW WHAT YOU DO!!! AdminDaemon.properties:9
CHECK_USER_UID_REGEXP [$@%\\.+a-zA-Z0-9_-] AdminUser.properties:10
SENT_MAILFOLDER_PL_PL Elementy wys\u0142ane AdminUser.properties:102
TRASH_MAILFOLDER_PL_PL Kosz AdminUser.properties:103
DRAFTS_MAILFOLDER_PL_PL Szkice AdminUser.properties:104
SPAM_MAILFOLDER_PL_PL Spam AdminUser.properties:105
CONFIRMED_SPAM_MAILFOLDER_PL_PL Potwierdzony spam AdminUser.properties:106
CONFIRMED_HAM_MAILFOLDER_PL_PL Potwierdzony nie-spam AdminUser.properties:107
SENT_MAILFOLDER_IT_IT Posta inviata AdminUser.properties:111
TRASH_MAILFOLDER_IT_IT Cestino AdminUser.properties:112
DRAFTS_MAILFOLDER_IT_IT Bozze AdminUser.properties:113
SPAM_MAILFOLDER_IT_IT Posta Indesiderata AdminUser.properties:114
CONFIRMED_SPAM_MAILFOLDER_IT_IT Posta indesiderata accertata AdminUser.properties:115
CONFIRMED_HAM_MAILFOLDER_IT_IT Posta attendibile accertata AdminUser.properties:116
SENT_MAILFOLDER_ZH_CN \u5df2\u53d1\u9001\u90ae\u4ef6 AdminUser.properties:120
TRASH_MAILFOLDER_ZH_CN \u5783\u573e\u7b52 AdminUser.properties:121
DRAFTS_MAILFOLDER_ZH_CN \u8349\u7a3f AdminUser.properties:122
SPAM_MAILFOLDER_ZH_CN \u5783\u573e\u90ae\u4ef6 AdminUser.properties:123
CONFIRMED_SPAM_MAILFOLDER_ZH_CN \u5df2\u786e\u8ba4\u7684\u5783\u573e\u90ae\u4ef6 AdminUser.properties:124
CONFIRMED_HAM_MAILFOLDER_ZH_CN \u5df2\u786e\u8ba4\u7684\u6b63\u5e38\u90ae\u4ef6 AdminUser.properties:125
SENT_MAILFOLDER_CS_CZ Odeslan\u00e9 polo\u017eky AdminUser.properties:129
AUTO_TO_LOWERCASE_UID false this will lowercase the uid AdminUser.properties:13
TRASH_MAILFOLDER_CS_CZ Ko\u0161 AdminUser.properties:130
DRAFTS_MAILFOLDER_CS_CZ Koncepty AdminUser.properties:131
SPAM_MAILFOLDER_CS_CZ Spam AdminUser.properties:132
CONFIRMED_SPAM_MAILFOLDER_CS_CZ Potvrzen\u00fd spam AdminUser.properties:133
CONFIRMED_HAM_MAILFOLDER_CS_CZ Potvrzen\u00e1 norm\u00e1ln\u00ed po\u0161ta AdminUser.properties:134
SENT_MAILFOLDER_HU_HU Elk\u00fcld\u00f6tt elemek AdminUser.properties:138
TRASH_MAILFOLDER_HU_HU T\u00f6r\u00f6lt elemek AdminUser.properties:139
DRAFTS_MAILFOLDER_HU_HU Piszkozatok AdminUser.properties:140
SPAM_MAILFOLDER_HU_HU Lev\u00e9lszem\u00e9t AdminUser.properties:141
CONFIRMED_SPAM_MAILFOLDER_HU_HU Elfogadott k\u00e9retlen AdminUser.properties:142
CONFIRMED_HAM_MAILFOLDER_HU_HU Elfogadott \u00e1l-k\u00e9retlen AdminUser.properties:143
SENT_MAILFOLDER_SK_SK Odoslan\u00e9 polo\u017eky AdminUser.properties:147
TRASH_MAILFOLDER_SK_SK K\u00f4\u0161 AdminUser.properties:148
DRAFTS_MAILFOLDER_SK_SK Rozp\u00edsan\u00e9 AdminUser.properties:149
SPAM_MAILFOLDER_SK_SK Spam AdminUser.properties:150
CONFIRMED_SPAM_MAILFOLDER_SK_SK Potvrden\u00fd spam AdminUser.properties:151
CONFIRMED_HAM_MAILFOLDER_SK_SK Potvrden\u00e9 ako nie spam AdminUser.properties:152
SENT_MAILFOLDER_LV_LV Nos\u016Bt\u012Bt\u0101s vien\u012Bbas AdminUser.properties:156
TRASH_MAILFOLDER_LV_LV Atkritumi AdminUser.properties:157
DRAFTS_MAILFOLDER_LV_LV Melnraksti AdminUser.properties:158
SPAM_MAILFOLDER_LV_LV M\u0113stules AdminUser.properties:159
CONFIRMED_SPAM_MAILFOLDER_LV_LV Apstiprin\u0101ta "m\u0113stule" AdminUser.properties:160
CONFIRMED_HAM_MAILFOLDER_LV_LV Apstiprin\u0101ts "ham" AdminUser.properties:161
USERNAME_CHANGEABLE false WARNING: Changing the username might have impact on external systems like imap server that allows acls to be set. Imap ACLS usually use symbolic names so when changing the user name without changing the ACL breaks the ACL. open-xchange-admin will NOT change those ACLS, so DO NOT CHANGE THIS SETTING ON OX Express AdminUser.properties:20
PRIMARY_MAIL_UNCHANGEABLE false Here you can set whether the primary mail address can be changed or not. If set to false, it is possible to change the primary mail address. Only change, if you know what you are doing (Outlook might not work anymore under certain circumstances) Default is: false AdminUser.properties:27
DEFAULT_PASSWORD_MECHANISM SHA specify the default password mechanism to use possible values: CRYPT / SHA / BCRYPT AdminUser.properties:3
SENT_MAILFOLDER_DE_DE Gesendete Objekte default mail folder fallback if not sent by rmi client: AdminUser.properties:30
TRASH_MAILFOLDER_DE_DE Papierkorb AdminUser.properties:31
DRAFTS_MAILFOLDER_DE_DE Entw\u00fcrfe AdminUser.properties:32
SPAM_MAILFOLDER_DE_DE Spam AdminUser.properties:33
CONFIRMED_SPAM_MAILFOLDER_DE_DE confirmed-spam AdminUser.properties:34
CONFIRMED_HAM_MAILFOLDER_DE_DE confirmed-ham AdminUser.properties:35
SENT_MAILFOLDER_EN_GB Sent Mail AdminUser.properties:39
TRASH_MAILFOLDER_EN_GB Trash AdminUser.properties:40
DRAFTS_MAILFOLDER_EN_GB Drafts AdminUser.properties:41
SPAM_MAILFOLDER_EN_GB Spam AdminUser.properties:42
CONFIRMED_SPAM_MAILFOLDER_EN_GB confirmed-spam AdminUser.properties:43
CONFIRMED_HAM_MAILFOLDER_EN_GB confirmed-ham AdminUser.properties:44
SENT_MAILFOLDER_EN_US Sent Items AdminUser.properties:48
TRASH_MAILFOLDER_EN_US Trash AdminUser.properties:49
DRAFTS_MAILFOLDER_EN_US Drafts AdminUser.properties:50
SPAM_MAILFOLDER_EN_US Spam AdminUser.properties:51
CONFIRMED_SPAM_MAILFOLDER_EN_US confirmed-spam AdminUser.properties:52
CONFIRMED_HAM_MAILFOLDER_EN_US confirmed-ham AdminUser.properties:53
SENT_MAILFOLDER_FR_FR Objets envoy\u00e9s AdminUser.properties:57
TRASH_MAILFOLDER_FR_FR Corbeille AdminUser.properties:58
DRAFTS_MAILFOLDER_FR_FR Brouillons AdminUser.properties:59
UID_NUMBER_START -1 set to > 0 to use the uidnumber feature AdminUser.properties:6
SPAM_MAILFOLDER_FR_FR Pourriel AdminUser.properties:60
CONFIRMED_SPAM_MAILFOLDER_FR_FR pourriel-confirme AdminUser.properties:61
CONFIRMED_HAM_MAILFOLDER_FR_FR non-pourriel-confirme AdminUser.properties:62
SENT_MAILFOLDER_NL_NL Verzonden items AdminUser.properties:66
TRASH_MAILFOLDER_NL_NL Prullenbak AdminUser.properties:67
DRAFTS_MAILFOLDER_NL_NL Concepten AdminUser.properties:68
SPAM_MAILFOLDER_NL_NL Spam AdminUser.properties:69
CONFIRMED_SPAM_MAILFOLDER_NL_NL bevestigde spam AdminUser.properties:70
CONFIRMED_HAM_MAILFOLDER_NL_NL bevestigde ham AdminUser.properties:71
SENT_MAILFOLDER_SV_SV Skickat AdminUser.properties:75
TRASH_MAILFOLDER_SV_SV Papperskorgen AdminUser.properties:76
DRAFTS_MAILFOLDER_SV_SV Utkast AdminUser.properties:77
SPAM_MAILFOLDER_SV_SV Skr\u00E4ppost AdminUser.properties:78
CONFIRMED_SPAM_MAILFOLDER_SV_SV bekr\u00E4ftad-skr\u00E4ppost AdminUser.properties:79
CONFIRMED_HAM_MAILFOLDER_SV_SV felaktigt-bekr\u00E4ftad-spam AdminUser.properties:80
SENT_MAILFOLDER_ES_ES Elementos enviados AdminUser.properties:84
TRASH_MAILFOLDER_ES_ES Papelera AdminUser.properties:85
DRAFTS_MAILFOLDER_ES_ES Borradores AdminUser.properties:86
SPAM_MAILFOLDER_ES_ES Correo no deseado AdminUser.properties:87
CONFIRMED_SPAM_MAILFOLDER_ES_ES correo basura confirmado AdminUser.properties:88
CONFIRMED_HAM_MAILFOLDER_ES_ES correo leg\u00EDtimo confirmado AdminUser.properties:89
CHECK_USER_UID_FOR_NOT_ALLOWED_CHARS true this will check the user name using the check below AdminUser.properties:9
SENT_MAILFOLDER_JA_JP \u9001\u4FE1\u6E08\u30A2\u30A4\u30C6\u30E0 AdminUser.properties:93
TRASH_MAILFOLDER_JA_JP \u524A\u9664\u6E08\u307F\u30A2\u30A4\u30C6\u30E0 AdminUser.properties:94
DRAFTS_MAILFOLDER_JA_JP \u4E0B\u66F8\u304D AdminUser.properties:95
SPAM_MAILFOLDER_JA_JP \u8FF7\u60D1\u30E1\u30FC\u30EB AdminUser.properties:96
CONFIRMED_SPAM_MAILFOLDER_JA_JP \u8FF7\u60D1\u30E1\u30FC\u30EB\uFF08\u78BA\u8A8D\u6E08\uFF09 AdminUser.properties:97
CONFIRMED_HAM_MAILFOLDER_JA_JP \u4E00\u822C\u30E1\u30FC\u30EB\uFF08\u78BA\u8A8D\u6E08\uFF09 AdminUser.properties:98
verbosity 1 verbosity: The level of messages for status/debug (messages go to standard output). The setting here is for your own local catalogs. The verbosity of Forrest's core catalogs is controlled via main/webapp/WEB-INF/cocoon.xconf The following messages are provided ... 0 = none 1 = ? (... not sure yet) 2 = 1+, Loading catalog, Resolved public, Resolved system 3 = 2+, Catalog does not exist, resolvePublic, resolveSystem 10 = 3+, List all catalog entries when loading a catalog (Cocoon also logs the "Resolved public" messages.) CatalogManager.properties:41
catalogs ../resources/schema/catalog.xcat catalogs ... list of additional catalogs to load (Note that Apache Forrest will automatically load its own default catalog from main/webapp/resources/schema/catalog.xcat) Use either full pathnames or relative pathnames. pathname separator is always semi-colon (;) regardless of operating system directory separator is always slash (/) regardless of operating system CatalogManager.properties:49
relative-catalogs no relative-catalogs If false, relative catalog URIs are made absolute with respect to the base URI of the CatalogManager.properties file. This setting only applies to catalog URIs obtained from the catalogs property in the CatalogManager.properties file Example: relative-catalogs=[yes|no] CatalogManager.properties:57
GID_NUMBER_START -1 set to higher than 0 to enable gid number feature Group.properties:2
CHECK_GROUP_UID_FOR_NOT_ALLOWED_CHARS true this will check the group name using the check below Group.properties:5
CHECK_GROUP_UID_REGEXP [ $@%\\.+a-zA-Z0-9_-] Group.properties:6
AUTO_TO_LOWERCASE_UID false this will lowercase the uid Group.properties:9
webmail_plus contacts,webmail this are the deprecated definitions of module access combinations. please use the newly defined sets. ModuleAccessDefinitions.properties:40
pim_plus contacts,webmail,calendar,tasks ModuleAccessDefinitions.properties:41
groupware_plus contacts,webmail,calendar,delegatetask,tasks,editpublicfolders,infostore,publicfoldereditable,readcreatesharedfolders ModuleAccessDefinitions.properties:42
premium contacts,webmail,calendar,delegatetask,tasks,editpublicfolders,infostore,publicfoldereditable,readcreatesharedfolders,ical,vcard,webdav,webdavxml ModuleAccessDefinitions.properties:43
groupware calendar,contacts,delegatetask,editpublicfolders,ical,infostore,publicfoldereditable,readcreatesharedfolders,tasks,vcard,webdav,webdavxml,webmail,editresource,editgroup,editpassword,collectemailaddresses,multiplemailaccounts,subscription,publication PLEASE Update accordingly when UPDATING "all" level! Includes all modules except mobility, ModuleAccessDefinitions.properties:47
webmail webmail,contacts,globaladdressbookdisabled,collectemailaddresses,editpassword ModuleAccessDefinitions.properties:50
pim webmail,calendar,contacts,tasks,globaladdressbookdisabled,collectemailaddresses,multiplemailaccounts,subscription,publication,editpassword ModuleAccessDefinitions.properties:51
pim_infostore webmail,calendar,contacts,tasks,infostore,webdav,globaladdressbookdisabled,collectemailaddresses,multiplemailaccounts,subscription,publication,editpassword ModuleAccessDefinitions.properties:52
pim_mobility webmail,calendar,contacts,tasks,syncml,usm,activesync,globaladdressbookdisabled,collectemailaddresses,multiplemailaccounts,subscription,publication,editpassword ModuleAccessDefinitions.properties:53
groupware_standard webmail,calendar,contacts,infostore,tasks,webdav,ical,vcard,readcreatesharedfolders,delegatetask,editpublicfolders,editgroup,editresource,editpassword,collectemailaddresses,multiplemailaccounts,subscription,publication Groupware Standard always gets new features except mobility and OXtender. ModuleAccessDefinitions.properties:55
groupware_premium webmail,calendar,contacts,infostore,tasks,webdav,webdavxml,ical,vcard,syncml,usm,olox20,activesync,readcreatesharedfolders,delegatetask,editpublicfolders,editgroup,editresource,editpassword,collectemailaddresses,multiplemailaccounts,subscription,publication ModuleAccessDefinitions.properties:56
all webmail,calendar,contacts,infostore,tasks,webdav,webdavxml,ical,vcard,syncml,usm,olox20,activesync,readcreatesharedfolders,delegatetask,editpublicfolders,editgroup,editresource,editpassword,publicfoldereditable,collectemailaddresses,multiplemailaccounts,subscription,publication By default 'all' is the same as 'groupware_premium', except the right 'publicfoldereditable'. As this right only applies to context administrators, 'all' is internally equivalent to 'groupware_premium' for normal users. ModuleAccessDefinitions.properties:59
CHECK_RES_UID_FOR_NOT_ALLOWED_CHARS true this will check the resource name using the check below Resource.properties:2
CHECK_RES_UID_REGEXP [ $@%\\.+a-zA-Z0-9_-] Resource.properties:3
AUTO_TO_LOWERCASE_UID false this will lowercase the uid Resource.properties:6
SERVLET_POOL_SIZE 1 initial number of instances held in memory for each available single threaded servlet (single threaded servlets are deprecated and are not used by the open-xchange server) ajp.properties:13
AJP_SERVER_THREAD_SIZE 1 Number of AJP server threads which create a client socket on an incoming request. This is the number of threads processing new opened AJP sockets. AJP sockets are kept alive by default therefore only one thread is recommended ajp.properties:18
AJP_LISTENER_POOL_SIZE 1 AJP listener pool size number of initially created AJP listeners for processing incoming AJP requests This pool does grow dynamically but does not go below. ajp.properties:23
AJP_LISTENER_READ_TIMEOUT 60000 The amount of time in milliseconds a listener is going to wait (or block) while waiting to read the initial bytes from web server from input stream 0 stands for unlimited and should not be changed because if the server does close connections here the sticky sessions would break. ajp.properties:29
AJP_KEEP_ALIVE_TIME 20000 DEFINE THE AJP KEEP-ALIVE TIME. IF An INCOMIN REQUEST'S PROCESSING TIME EXCEEDS THIS VALUE, A KEEP-ALIVE IS FLUSHED TO WEB SERVER TO AVOID POSSIBLE TIMEOUTS ON SOCKET CONNECTION. A VALUE OF ZERO OR LESS DISABLES KEEP-ALIVE HEART BEAT ajp.properties:34
AJP_SERVLET_CONFIG_DIR null DEFINE THE DIRECTORY PATH THAT CARRIES SERVLETS' CONFIGURATION PROPERTIES. THE PROPERTIES DEFINED FOR A SERVLET CONSIST OF THREE PARTS: 1. THE GLOBAL PROPERTIES DIRECTLY LOCATED IN DIRECTORY PATH SPECIFIED BY THIS PROPERTY. THESE PROPERTIES APPLY TO ALL SERVLET INSTANCES 2. THE PATH-SPECIFIC PROPERTIES DEFINED IN A SUBDIRECTORY EQUAL TO SERVLET'S PATH 3. THE CLASS-SPECIFIC PROPERTIES DEFINED IN A FILE WHOSE NAMING IS EQUAL TO SERVLET CLASS' CANONICAL NAME WITH THE COMMON ".properties" PROPERTY FILE EXTENSION IF THIS VALUE IS LEFT TO "null" THIS PROPERTY FALLS BACK TO DEFAULT PATH: "/opt/open-xchange/etc/servletConfig" ajp.properties:47
AJP_LOG_FORWARD_REQUEST FALSE Logs corresponding AJP forward request if an unexpected empty body request is detected ajp.properties:51
AJP_BACKLOG 0 Specify the backlog for opened AJP server socket Default is zero; meaning using JVM's default backlog setting ajp.properties:8
basedir build base directory for the build scripts ant.properties:4
io.ox/core//theme default appsuite.properties:1
io.ox/core/settingOptions//themes/default Default Theme appsuite.properties:3
io.ox/core//features/folderIcons Show folder icons in Mail and Drive false
translator.get_request com.openexchange.index.solr.internal.querybuilder.translators.IdListTranslator Translator configuration attachment-querybuilder.properties:12
get_request.id_field uuid attachment-querybuilder.properties:13
translator.all_request com.openexchange.index.solr.internal.querybuilder.translators.AllTranslator attachment-querybuilder.properties:15
translator.custom com.openexchange.index.solr.internal.attachments.translators.CustomTranslator attachment-querybuilder.properties:17
field.param6 id Field configuration attachment-querybuilder.properties:2
handler.simple simpleSearch Handler configuration attachment-querybuilder.properties:5
handler.custom customSearch attachment-querybuilder.properties:6
handler.get_request getSearch attachment-querybuilder.properties:7
handler.all_request allSearch attachment-querybuilder.properties:8
handler.persons_and_topics personsAndTopics attachment-querybuilder.properties:9
MAX_UPLOAD_SIZE 10485760 If the sum of all uploaded files (for contacts, appointments or tasks) in one request is larger than this value, the upload will be rejected. If this value is not set or 0, the more general MAX_UPLOAD_SIZE configured in server.properties will be used. If that value is also 0 or not set, uploads will be unrestricted. The size is in Bytes. attachment.properties:5
com.openexchange.audit.logging.AuditFileHandler.enabled true audit.properties:1
com.openexchange.audit.logging.FileAccessLogging.enabled false Set to true to enable logging of file accesses and downloads audit.properties:10
com.openexchange.audit.logging.AuditFileHandler.pattern /var/log/open-xchange/audit.log audit.properties:2
com.openexchange.audit.logging.AuditFileHandler.level ALL audit.properties:3
com.openexchange.audit.logging.AuditFileHandler.limit 2097152 audit.properties:4
com.openexchange.audit.logging.AuditFileHandler.count 99 audit.properties:5
com.openexchange.audit.logging.AuditFileHandler.formatter java.util.logging.SimpleFormatter audit.properties:6
com.openexchange.audit.logging.AuditFileHandler.append true audit.properties:7
LDAP_HOST localhost authplugin.properties:1
LDAP_BASE dc=example,dc=org authplugin.properties:2
LDAP_PORT 389 authplugin.properties:3
LDAP_SEARCH (&(objectClass=oxdbObject)(uid=@USER@)) search query to get the users ldap dn ,@USER@ will be replaced by the username authplugin.properties:5
LDAP_ATTRIBUTE mailPrimaryAddress which attribute should be parsed for the email adress (context=domainpart) authplugin.properties:7
USE_POOL false authplugin.properties:8
AUTOCID_STORAGE com.openexchange.admin.autocontextid.storage.mysqlStorage.OXAutoCIDMySQLStorage autocid.properties:1
com.openexchange.mail.autoconfig.path /opt/open-xchange/ispdb Path to the local configuration files for mail domains. See https://developer.mozilla.org/en/Thunderbird/Autoconfiguration autoconfig.properties:3
com.openexchange.mail.autoconfig.ispdb https://live.mozillamessaging.com/autoconfig/v1.1/ The ISPDB is a central database, currently hosted by Mozilla Messaging, but free to use for any client. It contains settings for the world's largest ISPs. We hope that the database will soon have enough information to autoconfigure approximately 50% of our user's email accounts. autoconfig.properties:8
com.openexchange.mail.autoconfig.ispdb.proxy empty is supposed to provide the proxy host to use in notation: <proxy-protocol> + "://" + <proxy-host> + ":" + <proxy-port> (With "http://" as fall-back protocol) E.g. "67.177.104.230:58720" (using HTTP protocol) or "https://78.0.25.45:8345" (using HTTPS protocol) Default is empty (no proxy used). autoconfig.properties
com.openexchange.mail.autoconfig.ispdb.proxy.login empty is supposed to provide the optional user-name/login in case the specified proxy host requires authentication. Default is empty (no authentication) autoconfig.properties
com.openexchange.mail.autoconfig.ispdb.proxy.password empty is supposed to provide the optional password in case the specified proxy host requires authentication. Default is empty (no authentication) autoconfig.properties
modules/com.openexchange.blackwhitelist/module true The following property enables the Black-/Whitelist GUI-Plugin blackwhitelist_gui.properties:11
jcs.region.[REGIONNAME] LTCP It's important that cache entries don't get invalidated, since the cache may not be deterministic for LDAP contacts. Therefore, the properties 'MaxMemoryIdleTimeSeconds', 'MaxLifeSeconds' and 'IdleTime' should be set to '-1', while 'MaxObjects' should be configured large enough to hold all contacts from the directory. cache.properties:13
jcs.region.[REGIONNAME].cacheattributes org.apache.jcs.engine.CompositeCacheAttributes cache.properties:14
jcs.region.[REGIONNAME].cacheattributes.MaxObjects 1000000 cache.properties:15
jcs.region.[REGIONNAME].cacheattributes.MemoryCacheName org.apache.jcs.engine.memory.lru.LRUMemoryCache cache.properties:16
jcs.region.[REGIONNAME].cacheattributes.UseMemoryShrinker false cache.properties:17
jcs.region.[REGIONNAME].cacheattributes.MaxMemoryIdleTimeSeconds -1 cache.properties:18
jcs.region.[REGIONNAME].cacheattributes.ShrinkerIntervalSeconds 60 cache.properties:19
jcs.region.[REGIONNAME].cacheattributes.MaxSpoolPerRun 500 cache.properties:20
jcs.region.[REGIONNAME].elementattributes org.apache.jcs.engine.ElementAttributes cache.properties:21
jcs.region.[REGIONNAME].elementattributes.IsEternal false cache.properties:22
jcs.region.[REGIONNAME].elementattributes.MaxLifeSeconds -1 cache.properties:23
jcs.region.[REGIONNAME].elementattributes.IdleTime -1 cache.properties:24
jcs.region.[REGIONNAME].elementattributes.IsSpool false cache.properties:25
jcs.region.[REGIONNAME].elementattributes.IsRemote false cache.properties:26
jcs.region.[REGIONNAME].elementattributes.IsLateral false cache.properties:27
com.openexchange.caching.jcs.enabled true Specify whether JCS-based caching should be enabled Default is "true" cache.properties:5
com.openexchange.caching.jcs.eventInvalidation true Configures how remote cache invalidation is done. Set to 'true' for cache events via the cache event messaging service, or to 'false' to stick with the JCS-internal lateral auxiliary cache configuration. Defaults to 'true'. cache.properties:9
com.openexchange.caldav.interval.start one_month Appointments and tasks are available via the CalDAV interface if they fall into a configurable timeframe. This value specifies the start time of this interval, i.e. how far past appointments should be considered. More formal, this value defines the negative offset relative to the current date representing the minimum end time of appointments to be synchronized. Possible values are "one_month" (default), "one_year" and "six_months". caldav.properties:13
com.openexchange.caldav.enabled true Whether CalDAV is enabled or not caldav.properties:2
com.openexchange.caldav.interval.end one_year Appointments and tasks are available via the CalDAV interface if they fall into a configurable timeframe. This value specifies the end time of this interval, i.e. how far future appointments should be considered. More formal, this value defines the positive offset relative to the current date representing the maximum start time of appointments to be synchronized. Possible values are "one_year" (default) and "two_years". caldav.properties:21
com.openexchange.caldav.url https://[hostname]/caldav/[folderId] Tells users where to find a caldav folder. This can be displayed in frontends. You can use the variables [hostname] and [folderId] If you chose to deploy caldav as a virtual host (say 'dav.open-xchange.com') use https://dav.open-xchange.com/caldav/[folderId] as the value If you are using user-agent sniffing use https://[hostname]/caldav/[folderId] caldav.properties:29
com.openexchange.caldav.tree 0 Configures the ID of the folder tree used by the CalDAV interface caldav.properties:5
cp_dayview_table.tmpl calendar, printing calendar.printing.properties:1
cp_monthview_list.tmpl calendar, printing calendar.printing.properties:2
cp_monthview_table.tmpl calendar, printing calendar.printing.properties:3
cp_weekview_table.tmpl calendar, printing calendar.printing.properties:4
cp_workweekview_table.tmpl calendar, printing calendar.printing.properties:5
com.openexchange.carddav.tree 0 Configures the ID of the folder tree used by the CardDAV interface carddav.properties:11
com.openexchange.carddav.enabled true Whether CardDAV is enabled or not carddav.properties:2
com.openexchange.carddav.exposedCollections 0 Controls which collections are exposed via the CardDAV interface. Possible values are '0', '1' and '2'. A value of '1' makes each visible folder available as a resource collection, while '2' only exposes an aggregated collection containing all contact resources from all visible folders. The default value '0' exposes either an aggregated collection or individual collections for each folder, depending on the client's user-agent that is matched against the pattern in 'userAgentForAggregatedCollection'. carddav.properties:20
com.openexchange.carddav.userAgentForAggregatedCollection .*CFNetwork.*Darwin.*|.*AddressBook.*CardDAVPlugin.*Mac_OS_X.*|.*Mac OS X.*AddressBook.* Regular expression to match against the client's user-agent to decide whether the aggregated collection is exposed or not. The default pattern matches all known varieties of the Mac OS Addressbook client, that doesn't support multiple collections. Only used if 'exposedCollections' is set to '0'. The pattern is used case insensitive. carddav.properties:27
com.openexchange.carddav.reducedAggregatedCollection false Specifies if all visible folders are used to create the aggregated collection, or if a reduced set of folders only containing the global addressbook and the personal contacts folders should be used. This setting only influences the aggregated collection that is used for clients that don't support multiple collections. Possible values are 'true' and 'false. carddav.properties:34
com.openexchange.carddav.ignoreFolders A comma-separated list of folder IDs to exclude from the synchronization. Use this to disable syncing of very large folders (e.g. the global address list in large contexts, which always has ID 6). By default, no folders are excluded. carddav.properties:8
com.openexchange.passwordchange.script.shellscript /bin/changepwd.sh Script which updates the users passwd Must be executable (+x) and correct interpreter set (#!/bin/bash) Following values are passed by the servlet to the script: 1. --cid - Context ID 2. --username - Username of the logged in user 3. --userid - User ID of the logged in user 4. --oldpassword - Old user password 5. --newpassword - New user password see http://oxpedia.org/wiki/index.php?title=ChangePasswordExternal for some examples If script does not exit with status code 0 , an io-error is shown in the GUI. the following exit codes will display a defined error: 1: Cannot change password < %s >, see logfiles for details. 2: New password is too short 3: New password is too weak 4: Cannot find user 5: LDAP error change_pwd_script.properties:25
com.openexchange.database.replicationMonitor true The following property allows to disable the replication monitor. This option is only useful if you have a MySQL master and slave setup. If the application code releases a connection to the MySQL master, a writing operation on the database is assumed. To be able to monitor the replication to the slave, a counter is increased after releasing the connection. Reading this counter from the slave indicates, the write operation is not replicated yet and instead of a slave connection a master connection is then used to read data. This prevents data reading inconsistencies. Unfortunately will this produce additional IO load on MySQL master and slave. This mechanism can be disabled with the following property. This saves IO load but it may cause data inconsistencies. Especially newly created objects can disappear in the following refresh requests. configdb.properties:102
com.openexchange.database.checkWriteCons false If com.openexchange.database.checkWriteCons is set to true, a warning will be logged every time when a writable connection is used to perform only SELECT queries. Default is 'false' to avoid flooding of log files. configdb.properties:106
readProperty.1 user=openexchange username for the database user configdb.properties:11
readProperty.2 password=secret password for the database user configdb.properties:13
readProperty.3 useUnicode=true The driver properties should be kept at their defaults. configdb.properties:15
readProperty.4 characterEncoding=UTF-8 configdb.properties:16
readProperty.5 autoReconnect=false configdb.properties:17
readProperty.6 useServerPrepStmts=false configdb.properties:18
readProperty.7 useTimezone=true configdb.properties:19
readProperty.8 serverTimezone=UTC configdb.properties:20
readProperty.9 connectTimeout=15000 configdb.properties:21
readProperty.10 socketTimeout=15000 configdb.properties:22
writeDriverClass com.mysql.jdbc.Driver the write connection must point to the database master configdb.properties:25
writeUrl jdbc:mysql://localhost/configdb writeURL holds the database host and the used schema name configdb.properties:27
writeProperty.1 user=openexchange username for the database user configdb.properties:29
writeProperty.2 password=secret password for the database user configdb.properties:31
writeProperty.3 useUnicode=true The driver properties should be kept at their defaults configdb.properties:33
writeProperty.4 characterEncoding=UTF-8 configdb.properties:34
writeProperty.5 autoReconnect=false configdb.properties:35
writeProperty.6 useServerPrepStmts=false configdb.properties:36
writeProperty.7 useTimezone=true configdb.properties:37
writeProperty.8 serverTimezone=UTC configdb.properties:38
writeProperty.9 connectTimeout=15000 configdb.properties:39
writeProperty.10 socketTimeout=15000 configdb.properties:40
cleanerInterval 10000 Timeinterval of cleaner thread in milliseconds. This thread removes idle timed out database connections and removes not used database connection pools. after each cleanerInterval. configdb.properties:45
maxIdle -1 Number of maximum idle connections. More connections aren't pooled and closed. -1 stands for unlimited. configdb.properties:54
maxIdleTime 60000 Maximum time in milliseconds a connection can be idle. If this time is exceeded, the connection gets closed. configdb.properties:58
maxActive 100 If exhaustedAction is set to BLOCK, not more than maxActive connections will be opened to the mysql database. This value is overwritten for OX databases from configdb. configdb.properties:63
maxWait 10000 If exhaustedAction is set to BLOCK, a thread will not wait for more than maxWait milliseconds. configdb.properties:67
readDriverClass com.mysql.jdbc.Driver the read connection must point to the database slave configdb.properties:7
maxLifeTime 600000 Maximum time in milliseconds a connection will be used. After this time the connection get closed. configdb.properties:71
exhaustedAction BLOCK BLOCK: If maxActive number of connections is reached threads have to wait for a connection. FAIL: If maxActive number of connections is reached an exception is thrown. GROW: Open more connections even if maxActive is already reached. This value is overwritten for OX databases from configdb. configdb.properties:77
testOnActivate false Validate connections if they are activated. This is not necessary because the activation already includes a check if the connection isn't closed. configdb.properties:81
testOnDeactivate true Check if connections can be reused after they are returned to the pool. configdb.properties:84
testOnIdle false Not useful for connections. configdb.properties:87
readUrl jdbc:mysql://localhost/configdb readURL holds the database host and the used schema name configdb.properties:9
testThreads false if testThreads is set to true, more information is logged to the Open-Xchange log files about database connections. If this option is enabled the performance may degrade dramatically. The JVM has to generate then a lot of method call stack dumps. configdb.properties:93
URL http://localhost/?cid=%c&login=%u&pass=%p URL to the config interface. %c is replaced with context login information. %u is replaced with user login information. %p is replaced with user password. configjump.properties:5
validate_contact_email true Check the entered email address from a new contact for correctness (syntactic check user@domain.tld) contact.properties:12
max_image_size 4194304 The maximum size in bytes for the upload of contact images. Remember: If you decrease the size after some images where uploaded already, you might trigger errors, for example when trying to modify the contact without adding an image of the correct size. contact.properties:16
com.openexchange.contact.mailAddressAutoSearch true Determines if a search is triggered if the dialog for searching for emailable contacts is opened. This dialog is used for selecting recipients for an email and for creating distribution lists. contact.properties:21
com.openexchange.contact.singleFolderSearch false Searching for contacts can be done in a single folder or globally across all folders. Searching across all folders can cause high server and database load because first all visible folders must be determined and if a user has object read permissions in that folders. Software internal default is true to prevent high load if the property is not defined. Default here is false because it is easier for the user to find contacts. contact.properties:27
com.openexchange.contacts.characterSearch true Enables/Disables the start letter based quick select of contacts contact.properties:30
com.openexchange.contacts.allFoldersForAutoComplete true The auto complete search for email addresses may be triggered easily and quite often if a new email is written and a part of a recipients address is written. This can lead to high load on the database system if a context has a lot of users and a lot of contacts. Therefore the scope if this search can be configured. Set this parameter to true and the auto complete search looks in every readable contact folder for contacts with emails addresses matching the already typed letters. If this parameter is configured to false, only three folders are considered for the search: the users private default contact folder, his contact folder for collected contacts and the global address book if that is enabled for the user. contact.properties:38
com.openexchange.contact.scaleVCardImages 200x200 Configures the maximum image dimension to use when serializing contacts to vCards in the format [max_width]x[max_height]. Larger images will be resized dynamically to fit the specified rectangular area. If left empty, images are not resized at all and serialized as-is. contact.properties:44
contact_first_letter_field field02 First Letter Field, the field you sort in when you hit one of the start letters field02 Last name field03 First name contact.properties:8
com.openexchange.contactcollector.enabled true Whether enabled or disabled regardless of bundle start-up Enabled by default (provided that bundle is installed and properly started) contactcollector.properties:5
com.openexchange.contactcollector.folder.deleteDenied false Whether deletion of contact collector folder will be denied contactcollector.properties:8
CONTEXT_RESTORE_STORAGE com.openexchange.admin.contextrestore.storage.mysqlStorage.OXContextRestoreMySQLStorage Define the storage implementation here contextrestore.properties:2
modules/themes/default Cool Water (Default) The following property defines the default theme of the AJAX GUI. cool-water-theme.properties:4
com.openexchange.subscribe.crawler.google.calendar true crawler.properties:10
com.openexchange.subscribe.crawler.t-online.de true crawler.properties:11
com.openexchange.subscribe.crawler.gmx.de true crawler.properties:12
com.openexchange.subscribe.crawler.msn.de false crawler.properties:13
com.openexchange.subscribe.crawler.suncontacts false crawler.properties:14
com.openexchange.subscribe.crawler.suncalendar false crawler.properties:15
com.openexchange.subscribe.crawler.suntasks false crawler.properties:16
com.openexchange.subscribe.crawler.yahoocom true crawler.properties:17
com.openexchange.subscribe.crawler.googlemail.autorunInterval 1d As an enhancement to the subscription module, we allow to configure that subscriptions should run automatically on login if a certain time interval between the last refresh run has elapsed (defaults to 1 day). crawler.properties:21
com.openexchange.subscribe.crawler.webde.autorunInterval 1d crawler.properties:23
com.openexchange.subscribe.crawler.google.calendar.autorunInterval 1d crawler.properties:24
com.openexchange.subscribe.crawler.gmx.autorunInterval 1d crawler.properties:25
com.openexchange.subscribe.crawler.t-online.de.autorunInterval 1d crawler.properties:26
com.openexchange.subscribe.crawler.gmx.de.autorunInterval 1d crawler.properties:27
com.openexchange.subscribe.crawler.msn.de.autorunInterval 1d crawler.properties:28
com.openexchange.subscribe.crawler.suncontacts.autorunInterval 1d crawler.properties:29
com.openexchange.subscribe.crawler.suncalendar.autorunInterval 1d crawler.properties:30
com.openexchange.subscribe.crawler.suntasks.autorunInterval 1d crawler.properties:31
com.openexchange.subscribe.crawler.path crawlers Points to the directory containing the workflow definitions of crawlers crawler.properties:4
com.openexchange.subscribe.crawler.googlemail true Enable / Disable individual crawlers (true / false) crawler.properties:7
com.openexchange.subscribe.crawler.web.de true crawler.properties:9
com.openexchange.groupware.dataRetrieval.lifetime 60000 Lifetime of a token in milliseconds. If this value is not set or negative the token only expires at the end of the session. dataRetrieval.properties:6
com.openexchange.groupware.dataRetrieval.onetime true Whether the token expires after the first access or not. Defaults to true. dataRetrieval.properties:9
com.openexchange.dataretention.sourceID OX_mail_01 The string identifying the data source; e.g. "OX_mail_01" dataretention.properties:11
com.openexchange.dataretention.location DE/Olpe The location of the system generating the retention data dataretention.properties:14
com.openexchange.dataretention.timeZone GMT The time zone of the location dataretention.properties:17
com.openexchange.dataretention.dir /var/log/open-xchange The directory where the CSV file is held dataretention.properties:2
com.openexchange.dataretention.rotateLength 0 Specifies the max. output resource's length (in bytes) before it gets rotated. This option is only useful for implementations which output data to a file or to any limited resource. This value should have a reasonable size since multiple write accesses may occur at same time. Therefore small sizes (<= 200KB) cannot be guaranteed being obeyed. Moreover it is only an approximate limit which can vary about 8KB. A value less than or equal to zero means no rotation. dataretention.properties:26
com.openexchange.dataretention.versionNumber 1 The format version appended to each record type; e.g "H1" meaning "Header version 1". dataretention.properties:5
com.openexchange.dataretention.clientID Open-Xchange The string identifying the tenant; e.g "Open-Xchange". dataretention.properties:8
com.openexchange.spamhandler.defaultspamhandler.createConfirmedHam true # Indicates whether to create the confirmed-ham folder during check for default mail folders # during login if spam is enabled for logged-in user. # Default is true. defaultspamhandler.properties:11
com.openexchange.spamhandler.defaultspamhandler.unsubscribeSpamFolders true # Indicates whether the confirmed-spam/confirmed-ham folders shall automatically be unsubscribed during login. # Default is true. defaultspamhandler.properties:15
com.openexchange.spamhandler.defaultspamhandler.createConfirmedSpam true # Indicates whether to create the confirmed-spam folder during check for default mail folders # during login if spam is enabled for logged-in user. # Default is true. defaultspamhandler.properties:6
com.openexchange.capability.drive false Enables or disables the "drive" module capability globally. The capability can also be set more fine-grained via config cascade. Per default it is only enabled for users that have the "infostore" permission set. This is configured in /opt/open-xchange/etc/contextSets/drive.yml. drive.properties:10
com.openexchange.drive.directLinkHelp [protocol]://[hostname]/[uiwebpath]/help-drive/l10n/[locale]/index.html Configures the pattern for a direct link to the online help. This serves as target for the "Help" section in the client applications. Text in brackets is replaced dynamically during link generation in the backend, however, it's still possible to overwrite them here with a static value, or even define an arbitrary URL here. [protocol] is replaced automatically with the protocol used by the client (typically "http" or "https"). [hostname] should be replaced with the server's canonical host name (if not, the server tries to determine the hostname on it's own), [uiwebpath] is replaced with the value of "com.openexchange.UIWebPath" as defined in "server.properties", while [dispatcherPrefix] is replaced with the value of "com.openexchange.dispatcher.prefix" ("server.properties", too). [contextid], [userid] and [login] are replaced to reflect the values of the current user. Defaults to "[protocol]://[hostname]/[uiwebpath]/help/[locale]/index.html". drive.properties:110
com.openexchange.drive.events.apn.ios.enabled false Enables or disables push event notifications to clients using the Apple Push Notification service (APNS) for iOS devices. This requires a valid configuration for the APNS certificate and keys, see either options below, or install the restricted components packages for drive. Defaults to "false". drive.properties:120
com.openexchange.drive.events.apn.ios.keystore Specifies the path to the local keystore file (PKCS #12) containing the APNS certificate and keys for the iOS application, e.g. "/opt/open-xchange/etc/drive-apns.p12". Required if "com.openexchange.drive.events.apn.enabled" is "true" and the package containing the restricted drive components is not installed. drive.properties:127
com.openexchange.drive.events.apn.ios.password Specifies the password used when creating the referenced keystore containing the certificate of the iOS application. Note that blank or null passwords are in violation of the PKCS #12 specifications. Required if "com.openexchange.drive.events.apn.enabled" is "true" and the package containing the restricted drive components is not installed. drive.properties:134
com.openexchange.drive.events.apn.ios.production true Indicates which APNS service is used when sending push notifications to iOS devices. A value of "true" will use the production service, a value of "false" the sandbox service. Defaults to "true". drive.properties:139
com.openexchange.drive.events.apn.ios.feedbackQueryInterval 1D Configures the interval between queries to the APN feedback service for the subscribed iOS devices. The value can be defined using units of measurement: "D" (=days), "W" (=weeks) and "H" (=hours). Defaults to "1D" (one day). Leaving this parameter empty disables the feedback queries on this node. Since each received feedback is processed cluster-wide, only one node in the cluster should be enabled here. drive.properties:147
com.openexchange.drive.shortProductName OX Drive Short product name as used in the version comment string inserted for drive uploads, e.g. "Uploaded with OX Drive (Ottos Laptop)". Defaults to "OX Drive". drive.properties:15
com.openexchange.drive.events.apn.macos.enabled false Enables or disables push event notifications to clients using the Apple Push Notification service (APNS) for Mac OS devices. This requires a valid configuration for the APNS certificate and keys, see either options below, or install the restricted components packages for drive. Defaults to "false". drive.properties:154
com.openexchange.drive.events.apn.macos.keystore Specifies the path to the local keystore file (PKCS #12) containing the APNS certificate and keys for the Mac OS application, e.g. "/opt/open-xchange/etc/drive-apns.p12". Required if "com.openexchange.drive.events.apn.macos.enabled" is "true" and the package containing the restricted drive components is not installed. drive.properties:161
com.openexchange.drive.events.apn.macos.password Specifies the password used when creating the referenced keystore containing the certificate of the Mac OS application. Note that blank or null passwords are in violation of the PKCS #12 specifications. Required if "com.openexchange.drive.events.apn.macos.enabled" is "true" and the package containing the restricted drive components is not installed. drive.properties:168
com.openexchange.drive.events.apn.macos.production true Indicates which APNS service is used when sending push notifications to Mac OS devices. A value of "true" will use the production service, a value of "false" the sandbox service. Defaults to "true". drive.properties:173
com.openexchange.drive.events.apn.macos.feedbackQueryInterval 1D Configures the interval between queries to the APN feedback service for the subscribed Mac OS devices. The value can be defined using units of measurement: "D" (=days), "W" (=weeks) and "H" (=hours). Defaults to "1D" (one day). Leaving this parameter empty disables the feedback queries on this node. Since each received feedback is processed cluster-wide, only one node in the cluster should be enabled here. drive.properties:181
com.openexchange.drive.events.gcm.enabled false Enables or disables push event notifications to clients using the Google Cloud Messaging (GCM) service. This requires a valid configuration for the GCM API key, see options below. Defaults to "false". drive.properties:186
com.openexchange.drive.events.gcm.key Specifies the API key of the server application. Required if "com.openexchange.drive.events.gcm.enabled" is "true" and the package containing the restricted drive components is not installed. drive.properties:191
com.openexchange.drive.events.blockingLongPolling.enabled false Configures whether blocking long polling for pushing synchronization events to clients may be used as fallback when no other long polling handlers are available due to missing support of the HTTP service. Handling long polling in a blocking manner consumes a server thread, and should therefore only be enabled for testing purposes. Defaults to "false". drive.properties:198
com.openexchange.drive.useTempFolder true Specifies whether the synchronization logic will make use of a folder named ".drive" below the root synchronization folder or not. If enabled, this folder is used to store temporary uploads and removed files, which usually leads to a better user experience since previously synchronized files can be restored from there for example. If not, removed files are not kept, and uploads are performed directly in the target folder. Defaults to "true". drive.properties:27
com.openexchange.drive.cleaner.interval 1D Configures the interval between runs of the cleaner process for the temporary ".drive" folder. A cleaner run is only initiated if the synchronization is idle, i.e. the last synchronization resulted in no actions to be performed, and the last run was before the configured interval. The value can be defined using units of measurement: "D" (=days), "W" (=weeks) and "H" (=hours). Defaults to "1D" (one day). drive.properties:35
com.openexchange.drive.cleaner.maxAge 1D Defines the maximum age of files and directories to be kept inside the temporary ".drive" folder. Files or directories that were last modified before the configured age are deleted during the next run of the cleaner process. The value can be defined using units of measurement: "D" (=days), "W" (=weeks) and "H" (=hours). Defaults to "1D" (one day). drive.properties:42
com.openexchange.drive.maxBandwidth -1 Allows to limit the maximum used bandwidth for all downloads. If configured, downloads via the drive module handled by this backend node will not exceed the configured bandwidth. The available bandwidth is defined as the number of allowed bytes per second, where the byte value can be specified with one of the units "B" (bytes), "kB" (kilobyte), "MB" (Megabyte) or "GB" (Gigabyte), e.g. "10 MB". Must fit into the "Integer" range, i.e. the configured number of bytes has to be be smaller than 2^31. Defaults to "-1" (no limitations). drive.properties:55
com.openexchange.drive.maxBandwidthPerClient -1 Allows to limit the maximum used bandwidth for client downloads within the same session. If configured, downloads originating in the same session via the drive module handled by this backend node will not exceed the configured bandwidth. The available bandwidth is defined as the number of allowed bytes per second, where the byte value can be specified with one of the units "B" (bytes), "kB" (kilobyte), "MB" (Megabyte) or "GB" (Gigabyte), e.g. "500 kB". Must fit into the "Integer" range, i.e. the configured number of bytes has to be be smaller than 2^31. Defaults to "-1" (no limitations). drive.properties:66
com.openexchange.drive.maxConcurrentSyncOperations -1 Specifies the maximum allowed number of synchronization operations, i.e. all requests to the "drive" module apart from up- and downloads, that the server accepts concurrently. While the limit is reached, further synchronization requests are rejected in a HTTP 503 manner (service unavailable), and the client is instructed to try again at a later time. Defaults to "-1" (no limitations). drive.properties:74
com.openexchange.drive.directLinkQuota [protocol]://[hostname] Configures the pattern for a direct link to manage a user's quota. Text in brackets is replaced dynamically during link generation in the backend, however, it's still possible to overwrite them here with a static value, or even define an arbitrary URL here. [protocol] is replaced automatically with the protocol used by the client (typically "http" or "https"). [hostname] should be replaced with the server's canonical host name (if not, the server tries to determine the hostname on it's own), [uiwebpath] is replaced with the value of "com.openexchange.UIWebPath" as defined in "server.properties", while [dispatcherPrefix] is replaced with the value of "com.openexchange.dispatcher.prefix" ("server.properties", too). [contextid], [userid] and [login] are replaced to reflect the values of the current user. Defaults to "[protocol]://[hostname]". drive.properties:93
com.openexchange.oauth.dropbox.apiSecret PUT_YOUR_APP_SECRET_HERE The API secret dropbox.properties:10
com.openexchange.oauth.dropbox true Enable/disable dropbox.properties:4
com.openexchange.oauth.dropbox.apiKey PUT_YOUR_APP_KEY_HERE The API key dropbox.properties:7
com.openexchange.mobile.configuration.urlencoding UTF-8 Define the URL encoding which will be used to modify the given URL eas-provisioning-mail.properties:11
com.openexchange.mobile.configuration.mail.from user Define the FROM address of the email which will be sent to the user when he has selected the email transport as provisioning method. Possible values are: 1. A valid eMail address (eg.: admin@example.com) 2. user (Then the from address will be the standard address from the user who sends the provisioning message) eas-provisioning-mail.properties:19
com.openexchange.mobile.configuration.mail.message.en_US.subject Open-Xchange Mobility Provisioning Define the subject and the mailtext of the provisioning eMail which will be send to the user if he has chosen eMail as provisioning method. You can set a subject and text per language. If you want to add a new language code provide the following two configuration options: com.openexchange.mobile.configuration.mail.message.$languagecode_$LANDCODE.subject com.openexchange.mobile.configuration.mail.message.$languagecode_$LANDCODE.text eas-provisioning-mail.properties:28
com.openexchange.mobile.configuration.mail.message.en_US.text Please click on the following link to open the Open-Xchange Mobility Provisioning application: %u eas-provisioning-mail.properties:29
com.openexchange.mobile.configuration.mail.message.en_GB.subject Open-Xchange Mobility Provisioning eas-provisioning-mail.properties:30
com.openexchange.mobile.configuration.mail.message.en_GB.text Please click on the following link to open the Open-Xchange Mobility Provisioning application: %u eas-provisioning-mail.properties:31
com.openexchange.mobile.configuration.mail.message.de_DE.subject Open-Xchange Mobility-Provisionierung eas-provisioning-mail.properties:32
com.openexchange.mobile.configuration.mail.message.de_DE.text Bitte auf den folgenden Link klicken, um die Open-Xchange Mobility Provisionierungs-Applikation zu \u00F6ffnen: %u eas-provisioning-mail.properties:33
com.openexchange.mobile.configuration.mail.message.fr_FR.subject Pr\u00E9paration de la mobilit\u00E9 Open-Xchange eas-provisioning-mail.properties:34
com.openexchange.mobile.configuration.mail.message.fr_FR.text Veuillez cliquer sur le lien suivant pour ouvrir l'application de pr\u00E9paration de la mobilit\u00E9 Open-Xchange: %u eas-provisioning-mail.properties:35
com.openexchange.mobile.configuration.mail.message.nl_NL.subject Open-Xchange-mobility-initialisatie eas-provisioning-mail.properties:36
com.openexchange.mobile.configuration.mail.message.nl_NL.text Klik op de volgende link om de initialisatietoepasssing voor Open-Xchange-mobility te starten: %u eas-provisioning-mail.properties:37
com.openexchange.mobile.configuration.mail.message.es_ES.subject Configuraci\u00F3n m\u00F3vil de Open-Xchange eas-provisioning-mail.properties:38
com.openexchange.mobile.configuration.mail.message.es_ES.text Por favor, haga clic en el siguiente enlace para ejecutar la aplicaci\u00F3n de configuraci\u00F3n m\u00F3vil de Open-Xchange: %u eas-provisioning-mail.properties:39
com.openexchange.mobile.configuration.mail.message.it_IT.subject Fornitura in mobilit\u00E0 Open-Xchange eas-provisioning-mail.properties:40
com.openexchange.mobile.configuration.mail.message.it_IT.text Fai clic sul seguente collegamento per aprire l'applicazione di fornitura in mobilit\u00E0 Open-Xchange: %u eas-provisioning-mail.properties:41
com.openexchange.mobile.configuration.sms.message.en_US.text Please click on the following link to open the Open-Xchange Mobility Provisioning application: %u Define the text of the provisioning SMS which will be send to the user if he has chosen SMS as provisioning method. You can set a text per language. If you want to add a new language code provide the following configuration option: com.openexchange.mobile.configuration.sms.message.$languagecode_$LANDCODE.text eas-provisioning-mail.properties:48
com.openexchange.mobile.configuration.sms.message.en_GB.text Please click on the following link to open the Open-Xchange Mobility Provisioning application: %u eas-provisioning-mail.properties:49
com.openexchange.mobile.configuration.sms.message.de_DE.text Bitte auf den folgenden Link klicken, um die Open-Xchange Mobility Provisionierungs-Applikation zu \u00F6ffnen: %u eas-provisioning-mail.properties:50
com.openexchange.mobile.configuration.sms.message.fr_FR.text Veuillez cliquer sur le lien suivant pour ouvrir l'application de pr\u00E9paration de la mobilit\u00E9 Open-Xchange: %u eas-provisioning-mail.properties:51
com.openexchange.mobile.configuration.sms.message.nl_NL.text Klik op de volgende link om de initialisatietoepasssing voor Open-Xchange-mobility te starten: %u eas-provisioning-mail.properties:52
com.openexchange.mobile.configuration.sms.message.es_ES.text Por favor, haga clic en el siguiente enlace para ejecutar la aplicaci\u00F3n de configuraci\u00F3n m\u00F3vil de Open-Xchange: %u eas-provisioning-mail.properties:53
com.openexchange.mobile.configuration.sms.message.it_IT.text Fai clic sul seguente collegamento per aprire l'applicazione di fornitura in mobilit\u00E0 Open-Xchange: %u eas-provisioning-mail.properties:54
com.openexchange.mobile.configuration.url https://%h/servlet/mobileconfig?l=%p Define the URL which will be send to the device via the transport. The following placeholders will be replaced by: %h : The Hostname taken from the URL of the user %l : The login which the user has entered on the login page %c : The context ID %u : The user login %p : Users primary email address eas-provisioning-mail.properties:8
com.openexchange.mobile.configuration.json.action.sms.sipgat.api.url https://samurai.sipgate.net/RPC2 Properties for the ACTION SMS Provisioning Plugin Currently only SIPGATE is supported as SMS provider via XML-RPC API Sipgate API URL eas-provisioning-sms.properties:10
com.openexchange.mobile.configuration.json.action.sms.sipgat.api.username openexchange Sipgate API Username eas-provisioning-sms.properties:14
com.openexchange.mobile.configuration.json.action.sms.sipgat.api.password test Sipgate API Password eas-provisioning-sms.properties:18
modules/com.openexchange.eas.provisioning.ui/module true eas-provisioning-ui.properties:1
modules/com.openexchange.eas.provisioning.ui/other/0/fr_FR/name Nokia S60 eas-provisioning-ui.properties:10
modules/com.openexchange.eas.provisioning.ui/other/0/fr_FR/url plugins/com.openexchange.usm.eas/html/ox6-nokias60-French.html eas-provisioning-ui.properties:11
modules/com.openexchange.eas.provisioning.ui/other/0/en_US/name Nokia S60 eas-provisioning-ui.properties:12
modules/com.openexchange.eas.provisioning.ui/other/0/en_US/url plugins/com.openexchange.usm.eas/html/ox6-nokias60-English.html eas-provisioning-ui.properties:13
modules/com.openexchange.eas.provisioning.ui/other/0/en_GB/name Nokia S60 eas-provisioning-ui.properties:14
modules/com.openexchange.eas.provisioning.ui/other/0/en_GB/url plugins/com.openexchange.usm.eas/html/ox6-nokias60-English.html eas-provisioning-ui.properties:15
modules/com.openexchange.eas.provisioning.ui/other/0/nl_NL/name Nokia S60 eas-provisioning-ui.properties:16
modules/com.openexchange.eas.provisioning.ui/other/0/nl_NL/url plugins/com.openexchange.usm.eas/html/ox6-nokias60-Dutch.html eas-provisioning-ui.properties:17
modules/com.openexchange.eas.provisioning.ui/other/0/es_ES/name Nokia S60 eas-provisioning-ui.properties:18
modules/com.openexchange.eas.provisioning.ui/other/0/es_ES/url plugins/com.openexchange.usm.eas/html/ox6-nokias60-Spanish.html eas-provisioning-ui.properties:19
modules/com.openexchange.eas.provisioning.ui/other/1/de_DE/name Blackberry Blackberry configuration description: eas-provisioning-ui.properties:23
modules/com.openexchange.eas.provisioning.ui/other/1/de_DE/url plugins/com.openexchange.usm.eas/html/ox6-blackberry-German.html eas-provisioning-ui.properties:24
modules/com.openexchange.eas.provisioning.ui/other/1/fr_FR/name Blackberry eas-provisioning-ui.properties:25
modules/com.openexchange.eas.provisioning.ui/other/1/fr_FR/url plugins/com.openexchange.usm.eas/html/ox6-blackberry-French.html eas-provisioning-ui.properties:26
modules/com.openexchange.eas.provisioning.ui/other/1/en_US/name Blackberry eas-provisioning-ui.properties:27
modules/com.openexchange.eas.provisioning.ui/other/1/en_US/url plugins/com.openexchange.usm.eas/html/ox6-blackberry-English.html eas-provisioning-ui.properties:28
modules/com.openexchange.eas.provisioning.ui/other/1/en_GB/name Blackberry eas-provisioning-ui.properties:29
modules/com.openexchange.eas.provisioning.ui/other/1/en_GB/url plugins/com.openexchange.usm.eas/html/ox6-blackberry-English.html eas-provisioning-ui.properties:30
modules/com.openexchange.eas.provisioning.ui/other/1/nl_NL/name Blackberry eas-provisioning-ui.properties:31
modules/com.openexchange.eas.provisioning.ui/other/1/nl_NL/url plugins/com.openexchange.usm.eas/html/ox6-blackberry-Dutch.html eas-provisioning-ui.properties:32
modules/com.openexchange.eas.provisioning.ui/other/1/es_ES/name Blackberry eas-provisioning-ui.properties:33
modules/com.openexchange.eas.provisioning.ui/other/1/es_ES/url plugins/com.openexchange.usm.eas/html/ox6-blackberry-Spanish.html eas-provisioning-ui.properties:34
modules/com.openexchange.eas.provisioning.ui/other/2/de_DE/name Android Android configuration description: eas-provisioning-ui.properties:38
modules/com.openexchange.eas.provisioning.ui/other/2/de_DE/url plugins/com.openexchange.usm.eas/html/ox6-android2-German.html eas-provisioning-ui.properties:39
modules/com.openexchange.eas.provisioning.ui/other/2/fr_FR/name Android eas-provisioning-ui.properties:40
modules/com.openexchange.eas.provisioning.ui/other/2/fr_FR/url plugins/com.openexchange.usm.eas/html/ox6-android2-French.html eas-provisioning-ui.properties:41
modules/com.openexchange.eas.provisioning.ui/other/2/en_US/name Android eas-provisioning-ui.properties:42
modules/com.openexchange.eas.provisioning.ui/other/2/en_US/url plugins/com.openexchange.usm.eas/html/ox6-android2-English.html eas-provisioning-ui.properties:43
modules/com.openexchange.eas.provisioning.ui/other/2/en_GB/name Android eas-provisioning-ui.properties:44
modules/com.openexchange.eas.provisioning.ui/other/2/en_GB/url plugins/com.openexchange.usm.eas/html/ox6-android2-English.html eas-provisioning-ui.properties:45
modules/com.openexchange.eas.provisioning.ui/other/2/nl_NL/name Android eas-provisioning-ui.properties:46
modules/com.openexchange.eas.provisioning.ui/other/2/nl_NL/url plugins/com.openexchange.usm.eas/html/ox6-android2-Dutch.html eas-provisioning-ui.properties:47
modules/com.openexchange.eas.provisioning.ui/other/2/es_ES/name Android eas-provisioning-ui.properties:48
modules/com.openexchange.eas.provisioning.ui/other/2/es_ES/url plugins/com.openexchange.usm.eas/html/ox6-android2-Spanish.html eas-provisioning-ui.properties:49
modules/com.openexchange.eas.provisioning.ui/other/0/de_DE/name Nokia S60 The following options will display the detailed setup descriptions from devices which don't support autoconfiguration emails. Nokia S60 configuration description: eas-provisioning-ui.properties:8
modules/com.openexchange.eas.provisioning.ui/other/0/de_DE/url plugins/com.openexchange.usm.eas/html/ox6-nokias60-German.html eas-provisioning-ui.properties:9
com.openexchange.mobile.configuration.generator.OpensslBinary The location of the openssl binary (needed if SignConfig is true) eas-provisioning.properties:10
com.openexchange.mobile.configuration.generator.OpensslTimeout 3000 The timeout for the openssl binary in milliseconds (needed if SignConfig is true) eas-provisioning.properties:12
com.openexchange.mobile.configuration.generator.CertFile The cert file (needed if SignConfig is true) eas-provisioning.properties:14
com.openexchange.mobile.configuration.generator.KeyFile The key file (needed if SignConfig is true) eas-provisioning.properties:16
com.openexchange.mobile.configuration.generator.iPhoneRegex ^.*(iPhone|iPad).*$ RegEx for iPhone browser detection eas-provisioning.properties:2
com.openexchange.mobile.configuration.generator.WinMobRegex ^.*Windows Phone.*$ RegEx for Windows Mobile browser detection eas-provisioning.properties:4
com.openexchange.mobile.configuration.generator.OnlySecureConnect true If only https should be used eas-provisioning.properties:6
com.openexchange.mobile.configuration.generator.SignConfig false If signing is used or not eas-provisioning.properties:8
specifies the "-certfile" argument for the OpenSSL call. Its default value is empty eas-provisioning.properties
read_cl ONE Consistency Levels. It can be defined on a per-column-family basis. Since we only have one column family, it only applies to that. Possible values (CaSe sensitive): ONE, TWO, THREE, QUORUM, ALL, ANY, EACH_QUORUM, LOCAL_QUORUM eavstorage.properties:15
write_cl ONE eavstorage.properties:16
replication_factor 1 Replication factor of the keyspace eavstorage.properties:2
keyspace OX Keyspace name eavstorage.properties:5
cf_xt_props ExtendedProperties Extended Properties column family name eavstorage.properties:8
com.openexchange.event.eventQueueDelay 60000 This parameter set the delay in milliseconds when events are sent to the subscribed services. Events for example are triggered when deleting an appointment with attachment. The event then is for deleting the attachment. If this value is increased more events may be in the queue that must be executed. This can cause longer runtime delivering all those events. Lowering this value may cause too often look into the queue without finding events there to process. event.properties:17
com.openexchange.event.isEventQueueEnabled true This option enables or disable the complete event handling for OX The event handling is a essential Open-Xchange component which needs to always run. This should only be set to false for debugging purposes. event.properties:8
com.openexchange.groupware.update.tasks.CheckForPresetMessageFormatInJSLob checks for possibly preset message format preference in JSLob and align the DB value accordingly excludedupdatetasks.properties
com.openexchange.groupware.update.tasks.DeleteFacebookContactSubscriptionRemnantsTask excludedupdatetasks.properties
com.openexchange.messaging.facebook.loginPageBaseURL http://www.facebook.com/login.php Specify the base URL of facebook's login page facebookmessaging.properties:10
com.openexchange.messaging.facebook.actionOfLoginForm https://login.facebook.com/login.php?login_attempt=1 Specify the action of the facebook login form located at login page facebookmessaging.properties:13
com.openexchange.messaging.facebook.linkAfterLogin "\\Qhttp://www.facebook.com/profile.php?ref=profile&id=\\E([0-9]+)" Specify the regular expression (in quotes) for the link of the expected page after successfully passing facebook's login page Note: The (optional) capturing group is checked against facebook's user identifier. If no group is specified, no check is performed facebookmessaging.properties:17
com.openexchange.messaging.facebook.apiVersion 1.0 Specify the version of facebook's API facebookmessaging.properties:20
com.openexchange.messaging.facebook.nameOfUserField email Specify the name of the login field on facebook's login page facebookmessaging.properties:23
com.openexchange.messaging.facebook.nameOfPasswordField pass Specify the name of the password field on facebook's login page facebookmessaging.properties:26
com.openexchange.messaging.facebook true facebookmessaging.properties:3
com.openexchange.messaging.facebook.renewalFrequence 300000 Frequence for facebook session renewal in milliseconds. Default is 300000 (5 minutes). facebookmessaging.properties:7
com.openexchange.oauth.facebook false Enable/disable Facebook OAuth support facebookoauth.properties:2
com.openexchange.facebook.apiKey INSERT_YOUR_API_KEY_HERE Specify the API key obtained from facebook facebookoauth.properties:5
com.openexchange.facebook.secretKey INSERT_YOUR_API_SECRET_HERE Specify the secret key obtained from facebook facebookoauth.properties:8
com.openexchange.subscribe.socialplugin.facebook true facebooksubscribe.properties:1
com.openexchange.subscribe.socialplugin.facebook.autorunInterval 1d facebooksubscribe.properties:2
java.util.logging.FileHandler.append true file-logging.properties:10
java.util.logging.FileHandler.append true file-logging.properties:10
.level INFO possible log levels are ALL INFO FINE file-logging.properties:2
.level INFO possible log levels are ALL INFO FINE file-logging.properties:2
com.openexchange.login.internal.LoginPerformer.level INFO Important note: The following option ensures, that all login relevant information is logged correctly. Such information is essential to detect and to address session issues, pontentially caused by 3rd parties. Open-Xchange strongly suggests NOT to modify this configuration setting unless you are forced to do so by specific legal requirements, e.g. privacy regulations. Please note: If these settings are changed, Open-Xchange will take no responsibility and will exclude support regarding any session issues and potential security breaches arising thereof. file-logging.properties:20
com.openexchange.login.internal.LoginPerformer.level INFO Important note: The following option ensures, that all login relevant information is logged correctly. Such information is essential to detect and to address session issues, pontentially caused by 3rd parties. Open-Xchange strongly suggests NOT to modify this configuration setting unless you are forced to do so by specific legal requirements, e.g. privacy regulations. Please note: If these settings are changed, Open-Xchange will take no responsibility and will exclude support regarding any session issues and potential security breaches arising thereof. file-logging.properties:20
com.openexchange.sessiond.impl.SessionHandler.level INFO file-logging.properties:21
com.openexchange.sessiond.impl.SessionHandler.level INFO file-logging.properties:21
sun.rmi.level INFO file-logging.properties:23
sun.rmi.level INFO file-logging.properties:23
org.apache.level WARNING file-logging.properties:24
org.apache.level WARNING file-logging.properties:24
com.sun.level INFO file-logging.properties:25
com.sun.level INFO file-logging.properties:25
javax.management.level INFO file-logging.properties:26
javax.management.level INFO file-logging.properties:26
javax.jmdns.level WARNING file-logging.properties:27
javax.jmdns.level WARNING file-logging.properties:27
com.hazelcast.level WARNING file-logging.properties:28
com.hazelcast.level WARNING file-logging.properties:28
org.glassfish.grizzly.level WARNING file-logging.properties:29
org.glassfish.grizzly.level WARNING file-logging.properties:29
org.apache.cxf.level WARNING Set to FINE to log SOAP requests for debugging purpose file-logging.properties:32
org.apache.cxf.level WARNING Set to FINE to log SOAP requests for debugging purpose file-logging.properties:32
com.openexchange.soap.cxf.logger.level WARNING file-logging.properties:33
com.openexchange.soap.cxf.logger.level WARNING file-logging.properties:33
org.jaudiotagger.level SEVERE Set org.jaudiotagger to SEVERE file-logging.properties:36
org.jaudiotagger.level SEVERE Set org.jaudiotagger to SEVERE file-logging.properties:36
com.openexchange.documentconverter.impl.Manager.level WARNING Set global documentconverter logging level to WARNING file-logging.properties:39
com.openexchange.documentconverter.impl.Manager.level WARNING Set global documentconverter logging level to WARNING file-logging.properties:39
handlers java.util.logging.FileHandler file-logging.properties:4
handlers java.util.logging.FileHandler file-logging.properties:4
com.gargoylesoftware.htmlunit.level WARNING Reduce log level for htmlunit.jar file-logging.properties:42
com.gargoylesoftware.htmlunit.level WARNING Reduce log level for htmlunit.jar file-logging.properties:42
com.openexchange.ajax.requesthandler.DispatcherServlet.level INFO A switch to control which exceptions are logged to the log file Set this to ALL to log all exceptions file-logging.properties:49
com.openexchange.ajax.requesthandler.DispatcherServlet.level INFO A switch to control which exceptions are logged to the log file Set this to ALL to log all exceptions file-logging.properties:49
java.util.logging.FileHandler.pattern /var/log/open-xchange/open-xchange.log file-logging.properties:5
java.util.logging.FileHandler.pattern /var/log/open-xchange/open-xchange.log file-logging.properties:5
java.util.logging.FileHandler.level ALL file-logging.properties:6
java.util.logging.FileHandler.level ALL file-logging.properties:6
java.util.logging.FileHandler.limit 2097152 file-logging.properties:7
java.util.logging.FileHandler.limit 2097152 file-logging.properties:7
java.util.logging.FileHandler.count 99 file-logging.properties:8
java.util.logging.FileHandler.count 99 file-logging.properties:8
java.util.logging.FileHandler.formatter java.util.logging.SimpleFormatter file-logging.properties:9
java.util.logging.FileHandler.formatter java.util.logging.SimpleFormatter file-logging.properties:9
com.openexchange.hazelcast.configuration.map.backupCount 1 Number of backups. If 1 is set as the backup-count for example, then all entries of the map will be copied to another JVM for fail-safety. 0 means no backup. filemanagementDistributed.properties:11
com.openexchange.hazelcast.configuration.map.asyncBackupCount 0 Number of nodes with async backups. Async backups do not block operations and do not require acknowledgements. 0 means no backup. Any integer between 0 and 6. Default is 0, setting bigger than 6 has no effect. filemanagementDistributed.properties:16
com.openexchange.hazelcast.configuration.map.readBackupData true Can we read the local backup entries? Default value is false for strong consistency. Being able to read backup data will give you greater performance. filemanagementDistributed.properties:21
com.openexchange.hazelcast.configuration.map.name distributedFiles-0 The name of the map. Don't change this on your own. filemanagementDistributed.properties:24
com.openexchange.hazelcast.configuration.map.maxIdleSeconds 3600 Maximum number of seconds for each entry to stay idle in the map. Entries that are idle (not touched) for more than <max-idle-seconds> will get automatically evicted from the map. Entry is touched if get, put or containsKey is called. Any integer between 0 and Integer.MAX_VALUE. 0 means infinite. filemanagementDistributed.properties:31
com.openexchange.filestore.s3.[filestoreID].endpoint Specifies the endpoint (e.g. "ec2.amazonaws.com") or a full URL, including the protocol (e.g. "https://ec2.amazonaws.com") of the region specific AWS endpoint this client will communicate with. Defaults to "s3.amazonaws.com" if not defined. filestore-s3.properties:22
com.openexchange.filestore.s3.[filestoreID].region us-west-2 Configures the Amazon S3 region to use when creating new buckets. This value is also used to pre-configure the client when no specific endpoint is set. Possible values are "us-gov-west-1", "us-east-1", "us-west-1", "us-west-2", "eu-west-1", "ap-southeast-1", "ap-southeast-2", "ap-northeast-1" and "sa-east-1". Defaults to "us-west-2". filestore-s3.properties:29
com.openexchange.filestore.s3.[filestoreID].accessKey Configures the AWS access key to use. Required. filestore-s3.properties:32
com.openexchange.filestore.s3.[filestoreID].secretKey Configures the AWS secret key to use. Required. filestore-s3.properties:35
com.openexchange.filestore.s3.[filestoreID].encryption none Optionally specifies which client-side encryption should be used. Current options include "none" for no encryption, or "rsa" for an RSA-based asymmetric encryption. Defaults to "none". Please note that depending on the used key length and Java runtime, one might need to replace the so-called "JCE Unlimited Strength Jurisdiction Policy Files" accordingly. filestore-s3.properties:43
com.openexchange.filestore.s3.[filestoreID].encryption.rsa.keyStore Specifies the path to the local keystore file (PKCS #12) containing the public-/private-key pair to use for encryption, e.g. "/opt/open-xchange/etc/cert/awss3.p12". Required if "com.openexchange.aws.s3.[filestoreID].encryption" is set to "rsa". filestore-s3.properties:49
com.openexchange.filestore.s3.[filestoreID].encryption.rsa.password Specifies the password used when creating the referenced keystore containing public-/private-key pair to use for encryption. Note that blank or null passwords are in violation of the PKCS #12 specifications. Required if "com.openexchange.aws.s3.[filestoreID].encryption" is set to "rsa". filestore-s3.properties:55
com.openexchange.filestore.s3.[filestoreID].bucketName Specifies the name of the parent bucket to use. The bucket will be created automatically if it not yet exists, however, it's still possible to use an already existing one. There are some naming restrictions, please refer to http://docs.aws.amazon.com/AmazonS3/latest/dev/BucketRestrictions.html for details. Required. filestore-s3.properties
com.openexchange.filestore.s3.[filestoreID].pathStyleAccess true Defines if path-style-access should be used when accessing the S3 API. If not set to "true", virtual-hosted-style access is used. Please refer to http://docs.aws.amazon.com/AmazonS3/latest/dev/VirtualHosting.html for details. Defaults to true. filestore-s3.properties
com.openexchange.find.basic.mail.searchmailbody false Denotes if mail search queries should be matched against mail bodies. This improves the search experience within the mail module, if your mail backend supports fast full text search. Otherwise it can slow down the search requests significantly. Change the value to 'true', if fast full text search is supported. Default is 'false'. findbasic.properties:16
com.openexchange.find.basic.mail.allMessagesFolder Some mail backends provide a virtual folder that contains all messages of a user to enable cross-folder mail search. Open-Xchange can make use of this feature to improve the search experience. Set the value to the name of the virtual mail folder containing all messages. Leave blank if no such folder exists. findbasic.properties:7
IGNORE_SHARED_ADDRESSBOOK TRUE Determine whether to ignore 'shared addressbook' folder or not. Possible values: TRUE / FALSE foldercache.properties:12
ENABLE_INTERNAL_USER_EDIT TRUE Define if users are allowed to edit their own contact object contained in folder 'Global Address Book' aka 'Internal Users'. foldercache.properties:17
com.openexchange.folderstorage.outlook.showPersonalBelowInfoStore true Specifies whether a user's default InfoStore folder should appear below InfoStore root folder: - Infostore -- My files -- Public infostore -- Userstore -- Other infstore folders foldercache.properties:27
com.openexchange.folderstorage.database.preferDisplayName false Specifies whether default InfoStore folders are labeled with owning user's display name or name is read from folder storage (database) foldercache.properties:31
ENABLE_DB_GROUPING TRUE Define where to perform folder grouping. This filters the database results for duplicate folders in the where clause of the db statement or afterwards in the application. Possible values: TRUE / FALSE foldercache.properties:5
ENABLE_FOLDER_CACHE TRUE Enable or disable folder caching. Possible values: TRUE / FALSE foldercache.properties:8
com.openexchange.folder.json.module folders # Define the module which also serves as the appendix for registered servlet: # If module is set to "myfolders", the servlet path is changed to "/ajax/myfolders" # Default is "folders" folderjson.properties:6
project.required.plugins org.apache.forrest.plugin.output.pdf The names of plugins that are required to build the project comma separated list (no spaces) You can request a specific version by appending "-VERSION" to the end of the plugin name. If you exclude a version number the latest released version will be used, however, be aware that this may be a development version. In a production environment it is recomended that you specify a known working version. Run "forrest available-plugins" for a list of plug-ins currently available forrest.properties:125
project.skin lucene Specifies name of Forrest skin to use See list at http://forrest.apache.org/docs/skins.html forrest.properties:29
com.openexchange.freebusy.provider.ews.password The password to access the EWS. Required. freebusy_provider_ews.properties:11
com.openexchange.freebusy.provider.ews.detailed true Configures whether the detailed free/busy-view including subject and location of the appointments is requested from EWS or not. freebusy_provider_ews.properties:15
com.openexchange.freebusy.provider.ews.emailSuffixes Allows the definition of a comma-separated list of e-mail-address suffixes (e.g. domain parts like "@example.org") that are used to pre-filter the requested participants before passing them to EWS. Optional, but strongly recommended to reduce the amount of transferred data. freebusy_provider_ews.properties:21
com.openexchange.freebusy.provider.ews.validEmailsOnly true Configures whether only valid e-mail addresses are used in the free/busy lookup or not. freebusy_provider_ews.properties:25
com.openexchange.freebusy.provider.ews.trustAllCerts false For testing purposes, it's possible to skip certificate validation and trust all server certificates. This might only work when using Sun Java as it configures "com.sun.xml.internal.ws.transport.https.client.SSLSocketFactory". freebusy_provider_ews.properties:30
com.openexchange.freebusy.provider.ews.skipHostVerification false For testing purposes, it's possible to bypass hostname verification. This might only work when using Sun Java as it configures "com.sun.xml.internal.ws.transport.https.client.hostname.verifier". freebusy_provider_ews.properties:35
com.openexchange.freebusy.provider.ews.exchangeVersion EXCHANGE_2010 Configures the requested Exchange Server version. Possible values include "EXCHANGE_2007_SP_1", "EXCHANGE_2010", "EXCHANGE_2010_SP_1" and "EXCHANGE_2010_SP_2". freebusy_provider_ews.properties:40
com.openexchange.freebusy.provider.ews.url Specifies the URL to the Exchange Web Service (usually something like http://exchange.example.com/EWS/Exchange.asmx). Required. freebusy_provider_ews.properties:5
com.openexchange.freebusy.provider.ews.userName The user name to access the EWS. Required. freebusy_provider_ews.properties:8
com.openexchange.freebusy.provider.google.emailSuffixes @gmail.com,@googlemail.com Allows the definition of a comma-separated list of e-mail-address suffixes (e.g. domain parts like "@googlemail.com") that are used to pre-filter the requested participants before passing them to Google. Optional, but strongly recommended to reduce the amount of transferred data. freebusy_provider_google.properties:15
com.openexchange.freebusy.provider.google.validEmailsOnly true Configures whether only valid e-mail addresses are used in the free/busy lookup or not. freebusy_provider_google.properties:19
com.openexchange.freebusy.provider.google.apiEndpoint https://www.googleapis.com/calendar/v3 Configures the URI of the Google Calendar API endpoint and should normally not be changed. Required. freebusy_provider_google.properties:5
com.openexchange.freebusy.provider.google.apiKey {YOUR_API_KEY} Sets the Google API key to be used for requests to the Google Calendar API. Required. freebusy_provider_google.properties:9
com.openexchange.freebusy.publisher.ews.userID Specifies the user ID of the user in whose name the internal free/busy data is requested from the server (should normally be the internal user ID of the context administrator). Required. freebusy_publisher_ews.properties:10
com.openexchange.freebusy.publisher.ews.url Specifies the URL to the Exchange Web Service (usually something like http://exchange.example.com/EWS/Exchange.asmx). Required. freebusy_publisher_ews.properties:14
com.openexchange.freebusy.publisher.ews.userName The user name to access the EWS. Required. freebusy_publisher_ews.properties:17
com.openexchange.freebusy.publisher.ews.password The password to access the EWS. Required. freebusy_publisher_ews.properties:20
com.openexchange.freebusy.publisher.ews.publishMonths 3 Configures the amount of free/busy data to be published. The period always starts at the first of the current month. Defaults to '3'. freebusy_publisher_ews.properties:24
com.openexchange.freebusy.publisher.ews.delay 15 Specifies the time in minutes between publication cycles, i.e. configures the free/busy data update interval. Defaults to '15'. freebusy_publisher_ews.properties:28
com.openexchange.freebusy.publisher.ews.initialDelay 5 Specifies the time in minutes before starting the first publication cycle upon bundle startup. Defaults to '5'. freebusy_publisher_ews.properties:32
com.openexchange.freebusy.publisher.ews.chunkSize 50 Defines the number of users that are processed in a chunk when publishing free/busy data. Default to '50'. freebusy_publisher_ews.properties:36
com.openexchange.freebusy.publisher.ews.exchangeVersion EXCHANGE_2010 Configures the requested Exchange Server version. Possible values include "EXCHANGE_2007_SP_1", "EXCHANGE_2010", "EXCHANGE_2010_SP_1" and "EXCHANGE_2010_SP_2". Defaults to 'EXCHANGE_2010'. freebusy_publisher_ews.properties:41
com.openexchange.freebusy.publisher.ews.trustAllCerts false For testing purposes, it's possible to skip certificate validation and trust all server certificates. This might only work when using Sun Java as it configures "com.sun.xml.internal.ws.transport.https.client.SSLSocketFactory". freebusy_publisher_ews.properties:46
com.openexchange.freebusy.publisher.ews.contextID Specifies the context ID of the users whose free/busy data is published to the Exchange server. Required. freebusy_publisher_ews.properties:5
com.openexchange.freebusy.publisher.ews.skipHostVerification false For testing purposes, it's possible to bypass hostname verification. This might only work when using Sun Java as it configures "com.sun.xml.internal.ws.transport.https.client.hostname.verifier". freebusy_publisher_ews.properties:51
com.openexchange.freebusy.publisher.ews.lookup Specifies how the legacyExchangeDN for free/busy users is retrieved. May be one of 'static' or 'ldap'. A static lookup uses existing user attributes to construct the legacyExchangeDN path, while 'ldap' queries the 'legacyExchangeDN' attribute from the Active Directory using one or more user attributes. Required. freebusy_publisher_ews.properties:58
com.openexchange.freebusy.publisher.ews.lookup.static Configures the template to construct the legacyExchangeDN path. Required if 'com.openexchange.freebusy.publisher.ews.lookup' is set to 'static'. All occurrences of the following user attributes are replaced: [displayName], [contactId], [givenName], [surName], [userId], [imapLogin], [imapServer], [mailDomain], [mail], [loginInfo]. An example template would be "/o=First Organization/ou=Exchange Administrative Group (FYDIBOHF23SPDLT)/ cn=Recipients/cn=[displayName]" freebusy_publisher_ews.properties:67
com.openexchange.freebusy.publisher.ews.lookup.ldap.filter Configures the LDAP filter used to query the Active Directory for the legacyExchangeDN of a user. Required if 'com.openexchange.freebusy.publisher.ews.lookup' is set to 'ldap'. Within the search filter, all occurrences of the following user attributes are replaced dynamically: [displayName], [contactId], [givenName], [surName], [userId], [imapLogin], [imapServer], [mailDomain], [mail], [loginInfo]. For example: "(&(objectClass=contact)(cn=[displayName]))" freebusy_publisher_ews.properties:76
com.openexchange.freebusy.publisher.ews.lookup.ldap.uri The URI of the LDAP server, should be in the format ldap://myserver.example.com:389. For SSL access, use the ldaps protocol and the appropriate port, e.g. ldaps://myserver.example.com:636. Required if 'com.openexchange.freebusy.publisher.ews.lookup' is set to 'ldap'. freebusy_publisher_ews.properties:82
com.openexchange.freebusy.publisher.ews.lookup.ldap.baseDN Configures a base LDAP path. If defined, all Distinguished Names supplied to and received from LDAP operations will be relative to the LDAP path supplied. If not defined, the default naming context of the RootDSE is used as baseDN. Only used if 'com.openexchange.freebusy.publisher.ews.lookup' is set to 'ldap'. freebusy_publisher_ews.properties:89
com.openexchange.freebusy.publisher.ews.lookup.ldap.bindDN Specify the bind DN used for LDAP authentication here. Only used if 'com.openexchange.freebusy.publisher.ews.lookup' is set to 'ldap'. If left empty, anonymous authentication is used. freebusy_publisher_ews.properties:94
com.openexchange.freebusy.publisher.ews.lookup.ldap.bindPW Specify the bind password used for LDAP authentication here. Only used if 'com.openexchange.freebusy.publisher.ews.lookup' is set to 'ldap' and 'com.openexchange.freebusy.publisher.ews.lookup.ldap.bindDN' is defined. freebusy_publisher_ews.properties:99
com.openexchange.http.grizzly.hasCometEnabled true Comet is an umbrella term used to describe a technique allowing web browser to receive almost real time updates from the server. The two most common approaches are long polling and streaming. Long polling differs from streaming in that each update from the server ultimately results in another follow up request from the client. Default value: true grizzly.properties:18
com.openexchange.http.grizzly.hasWebSocketsEnabled true Bi-directional, full-duplex communications channels over a single TCP connection. Default value: false grizzly.properties:23
com.openexchange.http.grizzly.hasJMXEnabled true Do you want to enable grizzly monitoring via JMX? Default value: true. grizzly.properties:31
com.openexchange.http.grizzly.hasAJPEnabled false Grizzly is able to communicate via AJP besides its default prototcol HTTP. Do you want to use AJP instead of HTTP? Default value: false grizzly.properties:40
com.openexchange.http.grizzly.ping PROCESSING Specify the ping mechanism to use. Currently supported values: * NONE -- No ping at all * PROCESSING -- Ping through 102 Processing interim response * CONTINUE -- Ping through 100 Continue interim response * WHITESPACE -- Ping through transmitting a whitespace character (and implicitly committing HTTP response) Default is PROCESSING. grizzly.properties:52
com.openexchange.http.grizzly.pingDelay 90000 The ping delay aka frequency in milliseconds. Default is 90000. grizzly.properties:56
com.openexchange.http.grizzly.maxPingCount 9 The number of pings allowed being initiated before quit A value of zero or less means unlimited (actually 2^31 - 1) Default is 9 (because Apache has a hard-coded limit of 10) grizzly.properties:61
com.openexchange.halo.linkedin.enabledMailCapableKey false Specify whether LinkedIn API key/secret are allowed to access E-Mail-sensitive data halo-linkedin.properties:4
com.openexchange.hazelcast.network.portAutoIncrement true Configures if automatically the next port should be tried if the incoming port is already in use. Defaults to "true". hazelcast.properties:102
com.openexchange.hazelcast.network.outboundPortDefinitions By default, Hazelcast lets the system to pick up an ephemeral port during socket bind operation. But security policies/firewalls may require to restrict outbound ports to be used by Hazelcast enabled applications. To fulfill this requirement, you can configure Hazelcast to use only defined outbound ports. You can use port ranges and/or comma separated ports, e.g. "35000-35100" or "36001, 36002, 36003". Defaults to "". hazelcast.properties:110
com.openexchange.hazelcast.network.enableIPv6Support false Enables or disables support for IPv6. IPv6 support is switched off by default, since some platforms have issues in use of IPv6 stack, and some other platforms such as Amazon AWS have no support at all. Defaults to "false". hazelcast.properties:116
com.openexchange.hazelcast.socket.bindAny false Configures whether to bind the server- and client-sockets to any local interface or not. Defaults to "false", which restricts the bind operation to the picked interface address based on the value of "com.openexchange.hazelcast.network.interfaces". hazelcast.properties:122
com.openexchange.hazelcast.network.symmetricEncryption false Enables or disables symmetric encryption. When enabled, the entire communication between the hazelcast members is encrypted at socket level. Ensure that all symmetric encryption settings are equal on all participating nodes in the cluster. More advanced options (including asymmetric encryption and SSL) may still be configured via the "hazelcast.xml" file, see instructions on top of this file. Defaults to "false". /!\ ---==== Additional note ====--- /!\ If symmetric encryption is enabled, it might have impact on Hazelcast cluster stability. Hazelcast nodes start loosing cluster connectivity under high load scenarios hazelcast.properties:140
com.openexchange.hazelcast.network.symmetricEncryption.algorithm PBEWithMD5AndDES Configures the name of the symmetric encryption algorithm to use, such as "DES/ECB/PKCS5Padding", "PBEWithMD5AndDES", "Blowfish" or "DESede". The available cipher algorithms may vary based on the underlying JCE. Defaults to "PBEWithMD5AndDES". hazelcast.properties:146
com.openexchange.hazelcast.network.symmetricEncryption.salt 2mw67LqNDEb3 Specifies the salt value to use when generating the secret key for symmetric encryption. Defaults to "2mw67LqNDEb3". hazelcast.properties:150
com.openexchange.hazelcast.network.symmetricEncryption.password D2xhL8mPkjsF Specifies the pass phrase to use when generating the secret key for symmetric encryption. Defaults to "D2xhL8mPkjsF". hazelcast.properties:154
com.openexchange.hazelcast.network.symmetricEncryption.iterationCount 19 Configures the iteration count to use when generating the secret key for symmetric encryption. Defaults to "19". hazelcast.properties:158
com.openexchange.hazelcast.logging.enabled true Configures whether Hazelcast's internal logging system is enabled or not. Defaults to "true". hazelcast.properties:165
com.openexchange.hazelcast.maxOperationTimeout 5000 Specifies the implicit maximum operation timeout in milliseconds for operations on distributed data structures, if no explicit timeout is specified for an operation. Defaults to "5000". hazelcast.properties:170
com.openexchange.hazelcast.jmx true Enables or disables JMX monitoring for hazelcast components such as statistics about distributed data structures. Defaults to "true". hazelcast.properties:174
com.openexchange.hazelcast.jmxDetailed false Specifies whether detailed JMX monitoring is enabled or not, i.e. detailed information about entries in distributed data structures. Only taken into account if "com.openexchange.hazelcast.jmx" is "true". Defaults to "false". hazelcast.properties:179
com.openexchange.hazelcast.memcache.enabled false Enables or disables Hazelcast's internal Memcache client request listener service. Defaults to "false", as it's not needed by the backend. hazelcast.properties:183
com.openexchange.hazelcast.rest.enabled false Enables or disables Hazelcast's internal REST client request listener service. Defaults to "false", as it's not needed by the backend. hazelcast.properties:187
com.openexchange.hazelcast.enabled true Enables or disables Hazelcast. Setting this property to "false" will result in no Hazelcast instance being created for this node, and all other dependent features will be disabled. Defaults to "true". hazelcast.properties:32
com.openexchange.hazelcast.group.name Configures the name of the cluster. Only nodes using the same group name will join each other and form the cluster. Required if "com.openexchange.hazelcast.network.join" is not "empty" (see below). hazelcast.properties:37
com.openexchange.hazelcast.group.password wtV6$VQk8#+3ds!a The password used when joining the cluster. Defaults to "wtV6$VQk8#+3ds!a". Please change this value, and ensure it's equal on all nodes in the cluster. hazelcast.properties:41
com.openexchange.hazelcast.network.join empty Specifies which mechanism is used to discover other backend nodes in the cluster. Possible values are "empty" (no discovery for single-node setups), "static" (fixed set of cluster member nodes) or "multicast" (automatic discovery of other nodes via multicast). Defaults to "empty". Depending on the specified value, further configuration might be needed, see "Networking" section below. hazelcast.properties:52
com.openexchange.hazelcast.network.join.static.nodes Configures a comma-separated list of IP addresses / hostnames of possible nodes in the cluster, e.g. "10.20.30.12, 10.20.30.13:5701, 192.178.168.110". Only used if "com.openexchange.hazelcast.network.join" is set to "static". It doesn't hurt if the address of the local host appears in the list, so that it's still possible to use the same list throughout all nodes in the cluster. hazelcast.properties:60
com.openexchange.hazelcast.network.join.multicast.group 224.2.2.3 Configures the multicast address used to discover other nodes in the cluster dynamically. Only used if "com.openexchange.hazelcast.network.join" is set to "multicast". If the nodes reside in different subnets, please ensure that multicast is enabled between the subnets. Defaults to "224.2.2.3". hazelcast.properties:66
com.openexchange.hazelcast.network.join.multicast.port 54327 Configures the multicast port used to discover other nodes in the cluster dynamically. Only used if "com.openexchange.hazelcast.network.join" is set to "multicast". Defaults to "54327". hazelcast.properties:71
com.openexchange.hazelcast.merge.firstRunDelay 120s Configures the time until the first check if the cluster needs to merge is scheduled. This takes a timespan parameter with "ms" denoting milliseconds, "s" denoting seconds, "m" denoting minutes. The value is passed to the hazelcast property "hazelcast.merge.first.run.delay.seconds". Defaults to "120s". hazelcast.properties:78
com.openexchange.hazelcast.merge.runDelay 120s Configures the time between each check if the cluster needs to merge. This takes a timespan parameter with "ms" denoting milliseconds, "s" denoting seconds, "m" denoting minutes. The value is passed to the hazelcast property "hazelcast.merge.next.run.delay.seconds". Defaults to "120s". hazelcast.properties:84
com.openexchange.hazelcast.network.interfaces 127.0.0.1 Comma-separated list of interface addresses hazelcast should use. Wildcards (*) and ranges (-) can be used. Leave blank to listen on all interfaces Especially in server environments with multiple network interfaces, it's recommended to specify the IP-address of the network interface to bind to explicitly. Defaults to "127.0.0.1" (local loopback only), needs to be adjusted when building a cluster of multiple backend nodes. hazelcast.properties:95
com.openexchange.hazelcast.network.port 5701 The port Hazelcast will listen for incoming connections. Defaults to "5701". hazelcast.properties:98
CONTEXT_STORAGE com.openexchange.admin.storage.mysqlStorage.OXContextMySQLStorage hosting.properties:1
CREATE_CONTEXT_USE_UNIT context what to count when distributing contexts over db engines possible values: context or user hosting.properties:11
CHECK_CONTEXT_LOGIN_MAPPING_REGEXP [$%\\.+a-zA-Z0-9_-] pattern of allowed chars in login mapping names hosting.properties:14
NEW_CONTEXT_DEFAULT_ACCESS_COMBINATION_NAME webmail_plus Default access combination template name for newly created contexts! See also "ModuleAccessDefinitions" file for details! If the name is NOT defined in "ModuleAccessDefinitions" file , fallback will be used! hosting.properties:19
UTIL_STORAGE com.openexchange.admin.storage.mysqlStorage.OXUtilMySQLStorage hosting.properties:2
AVERAGE_CONTEXT_SIZE 200 Misc properties average size of a context in MB hosting.properties:6
CONTEXTS_PER_SCHEMA 1000 amount of contexts per database schema hosting.properties:8
com.openexchange.imap.storeContainerType boundary-aware An IMAP connection cache acts a temporary keep-alive cache for already connected resources to an IMAP server's account. Meaning it keeps a resource open/connected for a short amount of time (see "com.openexchange.mail.mailAccessCacheIdleSeconds") and performs a "close elapsed ones" run periodically (see "com.openexchange.mail.mailAccessCacheShrinkerSeconds"). In addition to that behavior there are two modes of operation - bounded and unbounded. For an unbounded cache, set this property to "unbounded". Thus a user is allowed to establish as many connections to his IMAP account as demanded by his active clients (Web UI, EAS, Outlook OXtender, etc.). A bounded cache allows only as many concurrently opened resources as specified through "com.openexchange.imap.maxNumConnections" property. Taking the wording "resource" was chosen by intention, since two types of resource abstractions exist: IMAP store and IMAP protocol (an authenticated login's socket connection). The default setting "boundary-aware" considers an "IMAP store" as limited resources to an IMAP server. The vague thing about IMAP store is that it maintains a connection pool internally by itself. Thus it is possible that there are actually more active socket connections open than specified, because an IMAP store is allowed to open further connections when needed; e.g. when accessing another IMAP folder while INBOX has been opened, too. Practical experience showed that there will be at max.: "com.openexchange.imap.maxNumConnections" + 1 The setting "non-caching" does an exact mapping of resource to an established/authenticated socket connection to the IMAP account. It is named "non-caching" as it does no caching on its own, but delegates it to a custom queuing 'com.sun.mail.imap.IMAPStore' class. Thus an exact limitation of connected socket connections ('com.sun.mail.imap.protocol.IMAPProtocol' instances) is achieved. Specifying a quite small limitation - let's say "1" - arises the possibility that JavaMail gets dead-locked by itself. E.g. an IMAP store attempts to create a second connection. That attempt may get stalled as it waits for itself to free the already acquired connection which never happens. So, please use this exact mapping only if you specify a reasonable limitation. Default is "boundary-aware" imap.properties:115
com.openexchange.imap.maxNumExternalConnections imap.gmail.com:2,imap.googlemail.com:2 Configure the max. number of concurrent connections which are allowed being established to a subscribed/external IMAP account. Notation is a comma-separated list of: <host> + ':' + <max-count>; e.g.: com.openexchange.imap.maxNumExternalConnections=imap.host1.com:4, imap.host2.com:6 For convenience a max-count can be specified which applies to all subscribed/external IMAP accounts; e.g.: com.openexchange.imap.maxNumExternalConnections=4 Zero or less is interpreted as unlimited. If not set, unlimited concurrent connections are allowed. imap.properties:124
com.openexchange.imap.enableTls true Enables the use of the STARTTLS command (if supported by the server) to switch the connection to a TLS-protected connection. imap.properties:127
com.openexchange.imap.notifyRecent false Notify about recent messages using mail push events. This is a poll-based alternative for any connection-keeping mail push bundle. imap.properties:130
com.openexchange.imap.notifyFrequencySeconds 300 The frequency when a check for recent mails is enforced. imap.properties:133
com.openexchange.imap.notifyFullNames INBOX The full names of the folders to consider. imap.properties:136
com.openexchange.imap.imapSearch imap Define where to search for emails: - Use value "imap" to let the IMAP Server search. The search is done on IMAP server if a mailbox' size exceeds the mailFetchLimit as defined in mail.properties. - Use value "force-imap" to let the IMAP Server search in every case. - Leave blank or fill in value "application" to search within application. imap.properties:14
com.openexchange.imap.maxMailboxNameLength 60 The max. length of a mailbox name Default is 60 characters imap.properties:140
com.openexchange.imap.invalidMailboxNameCharacters Specifies a space-separated list of characters that are not allowed to be contained in a mailbox name; e.g. >>com.openexchange.imap.invalidMailboxNameCharacters="; / . | \\"<< Default is empty. imap.properties:145
com.openexchange.imap.allowFolderCaches true Enables/disables caching of IMAP folders. Default is true. Note: Only disable IMAP folder cache if you certainly know what you are doing. Disabling that cache may result in noticeable performance decrease. imap.properties:151
com.openexchange.imap.ssl.protocols SSLv3 TLSv1 Specifies the SSL protocols that will be enabled for SSL connections. The property value is a whitespace separated list of tokens. Default value is: SSLv3 TLSv1 imap.properties:155
com.openexchange.imap.ssl.ciphersuites Specifies the SSL cipher suites that will be enabled for SSL connections. The property value is a whitespace separated list of tokens. Check "http://<ox-grizzly-hostname>:<ox-grizzly-port>/stats/diagnostic?param=ciphersuites" to check available cipher suites. Default value is empty (fall-back to current JVM's default SSL cipher suite) imap.properties:162
com.openexchange.imap.umlautFilterThreshold 50 Specify the threshold for number of search results returned by IMAP server for which manual umlauts-filtering will be applied. If less than or equal to zero, no manual filtering will be applied. Default value is 50. imap.properties:19
com.openexchange.imap.imapFastFetch true This property determines whether a fast fetch is performed on large mail folders or not. Although the fetch is fast on IMAP side, a lot of data is transfered during reading response which cause a temporary memory peak. If disabled only the necessary fields are used as command arguments, which is slower but needs less memory. NOTE: See property "imapMessageFetchLimit" to know which mail folders are treated as large mail folders imap.properties:28
com.openexchange.imap.imapSupportsACL auto Define if IMAP server supports ACLs. Possible values: true/false/auto NOTE: Value "auto" means to use server-defined ACL support as indicated through response to IMAP command "CAPABILITY" imap.properties:33
com.openexchange.imap.imapTimeout 50000 Define the socket I/O timeout value in milliseconds. A value less than or equal to zero is infinite timeout. See also mail.imap.timeout imap.properties:37
com.openexchange.imap.imapConnectionTimeout 20000 Define the socket connection timeout value in milliseconds. A value less or equal to zero is infinite timeout. See also mail.imap.connectiontimeout imap.properties:41
com.openexchange.imap.imapTemporaryDown 10000 Define the amount of time in milliseconds an IMAP server is treated as being temporary down. An IMAP server is treated as being temporary down if a socket connect fails. Further requests to the affected IMAP server are going to be denied for the specified amount of time. A value less or equal to zero disables this setting. imap.properties:47
com.openexchange.imap.failedAuthTimeout 10000 The number of milliseconds a failed authentication attempt is cached to faster handle subsequent authentication attempts Default is 10 seconds. imap.properties:52
com.openexchange.imap.imapAuthEnc UTF-8 Define the encoding for IMAP authentication imap.properties:55
com.openexchange.imap.User2ACLImpl auto Name of the class that implements User2ACL, their alias or "auto" to use auto-detection. Currently known aliases: Cyrus, Courier, Dovecot, and Sun (Sun Java(tm) System Messaging Server) imap.properties:59
com.openexchange.imap.blockSize 1000 IMAP operations which shall be applied to a number of messages which exceeds the block size are performed in blocks. Example: A folder containing thousands of messages shall be cleared. To avoid the risk of an IMAP timeout when trying to delete all messages at once, the messages are deleted in block size portions. A block size equal to or less than zero means no block size. imap.properties:66
com.openexchange.imap.spamHandler DefaultSpamHandler Define the registration name of the appropriate spam handler to use imap.properties:69
com.openexchange.imap.imapSort imap Define where to sort emails: Value "imap" to let the IMAP Server sort (faster but less reliable). Leave blank or fill in value "application" to sort within application (slower but good quality). The sorting is done on IMAP server if a mailbox' size exceeds the mailFetchLimit as defined in mail.properties. NOTE: This value is going to be set to "application" if IMAP server capabilities do not contain string "SORT" imap.properties:7
com.openexchange.imap.propagateClientIPAddress false Whether client's IP address should be propagated by a NOOP command; e.g. "A01 NOOP <CLIENT_IP>" imap.properties:72
com.openexchange.imap.propagateHostNames Configure a comma-separated list of external IMAP server's host names which should receive client's IP address by a NOOP command, too imap.properties:75
com.openexchange.imap.maxNumConnections 0 The max. number of connection allowed being established for a user to an IMAP server. Less than or equal to zero means infinite. Please also consider "com.openexchange.imap.storeContainerType". Note: This setting overrides possibles restrictions specified through property "com.openexchange.imap.maxNumExternalConnections" if this property's value is less than the other one. Default is 0 (zero). imap.properties:84
com.openexchange.imap.namespacePerUser true This option controls whether there it is expected to have a dedicated NAMESPACE per user or not. In case of "true" each mailbox account on associated IMAP server is allowed to have its own NAMESPACE set; might be "" (root) or "INBOX.". Otherwise for "false" every mailbox is assumed to have the same NAMESPACE set. This influences the way Open-Xchange Server detects & caches NAMESPACE information; either on a per user basis (more IMAP traffic) or globally (only requested once). It should not be changed/touched unless IMAP server behavior is well know. imap.properties
IMAP_TIMEOUT 5000 Socket I/O timeout value in milliseconds imapauth.properties:11
IMAP_CONNECTIONTIMEOUT 5000 Socket connection timeout value in milliseconds imapauth.properties:14
IMAP_SERVER localhost imap server ip or fqdn imapauth.properties:2
USE_FULL_LOGIN_INFO true ############################################# Set to true to auth with "user@domain" instead of just "user" against imap server. If true the "domain" part will be used as the context name of the ox system. so add "domain" as a login mapping to be able to login. If false, the plugin react as only 1 context exists in the ox system, and this context has the mapping "defaultcontext" added. imapauth.properties:22
USE_MULTIPLE false ######## MULTIPLE IMAP SERVERS ############# If set to true the IMAP authentication plugin gets all IMAP server information from the OX database instead of reading configuration from this file. Following information is fetched from DB and will be used to authenticate against the server: - server - port - ssl/tls Moreover the proper login name is detected as configured by property "com.openexchange.mail.loginSource". To use this feature, set the correct values while provisioning an OX user. Useful if you have many IMAP Servers to connect to. ##### INFO: Domain part of the login is used as context name. Example: test@test.org Username of the OX account must be "test" and name of the OX context must be "test.org" imapauth.properties:47
IMAP_PORT 143 port on which the imap server is listening imapauth.properties:5
com.openexchange.authentication.imap.imapAuthEnc UTF-8 Define the encoding for IMAP authentication imapauth.properties:51
IMAP_USE_SECURE false set to true if connecting via imaps:// imapauth.properties:8
com.openexchange.index.allowedModules Specify all modules that may be indexed as a comma-separated list of module identifiers (these are numbers defined in http://oxpedia.org/wiki/index.php?title=HTTP_API#LinkObject). The default value is empty and disables indexing as a whole. This value takes effect on server granularity and can be overwritten for sets of contexts, single contexts and single users. See http://oxpedia.org/wiki/index.php?title=ConfigCascade and /ox-config-path/contextSets/index.yml for more information on this. Possible modules: E-Mail: 19 As of now only E-Mail can be enabled. Enabling other modules may lead to unforseen errors during runtime. index.properties:16
com.openexchange.service.indexing.workerThreads 4 The number of worker threads for the clustered job scheduler instance that executes the indexing jobs. More worker threads allow it to run more indexing jobs at the same time, but will also increase the load of the worker node. It is recommended to start with a number not higher than the nodes number of CPU cores. Increasing the number afterwards always requires a restart of the node. indexing-service.properties:6
translator.get_request com.openexchange.index.solr.internal.querybuilder.translators.IdListTranslator infostore-querybuilder.properties:1
get_request.id_field uuid infostore-querybuilder.properties:2
translator.all_request com.openexchange.index.solr.internal.querybuilder.translators.AllTranslator infostore-querybuilder.properties:4
com.openexchange.infostore.zipDocumentsCompressionLevel -1 Configures the used compression level that is applied to .zip containers when downloading multiple documents at once. Possible values are "-1" for the built-in default level, "0" for no compression, or any number between "1" (best speed) and "9" (best compression). Defaults to "-1". infostore.properties:10
MAX_UPLOAD_SIZE 10485760 If the sum of all uploaded files in one request is larger than this value, the upload will be rejected. If this value is not set or 0, the more general MAX_UPLOAD_SIZE configured in server.properties will be used. If that value is also 0 or not set, uploads will be unrestricted. The size is in Bytes. infostore.properties:4
com.openexchange.infostore.trash.retentionDays -1 Specifies how many days items are kept in the trash folder until they are finally deleted. Cleanup is triggered during user login. A value equal to or smaller "0" disables automatic cleanup for items in the trash folder. The default value configured here takes effect on server granularity, but can be overwritten for sets of contexts, single contexts and single users. See http://oxpedia.org/wiki/index.php?title=ConfigCascade for more information. Depending on the "protected" flag of the corresponding preference path, users are able to change their configured value on their own. This can be adjusted via /meta/infostore.yml . Defaults to "-1". infostore.properties
com.openexchange.jolokia.servlet.name /monitoring/jolokia Under what servlet name jolokia will be published, please bear in mind that this should not be forwarded by apache and kept internal jolokia.properties:11
com.openexchange.jolokia.user User used for authentication with HTTP Basic Authentication. If not set, jolokia won't start jolokia.properties:14
com.openexchange.jolokia.password Password used for authentification with HTTP Basic Authentication. If not set, jolokia won't start jolokia.properties:17
com.openexchange.jolokia.maxDepth 0 Maximum depth when traversing bean properties. If set to 0, depth checking is disabled jolokia.properties:20
com.openexchange.jolokia.maxObjects 100000 Maximum number of objects which are traversed when serializing a single response. Use this as an airbag to avoid boosting your memory and network traffic. Nevertheless, when set to 0 no limit is imposed. jolokia.properties:24
com.openexchange.jolokia.restrict.to.localhost true This setting will restrict jolokia access to localhost. It is completly ignored when a jolokia-access.xml is present. It is also a second guard and bound to com.openexchange.connector.networkListenerHost inside server.properties As Jolokia uses the http / ajp interface, it is bound to the host for the connector's (ajp, http) network listener which is configured by com.openexchange.connector.networkListenerHost. jolokia.properties:30
com.openexchange.jolokia.start false Start jolokia jolokia.properties:8
com.openexchange.kerberos.proxyDelimiter + Define a delimiter to be used to separate proxy authentication from normal user login on the frontend login screen. If defined, a proxy user can login on behalf of a user using the form <PROXYACCOUNT><DELIMITER><USERACCOUNT>. NOTE: Login to the mail server is not supported. The implementation for mail filter implementation based on SIEVE protocol does not support a proxy authentication, so it will raise error messages. kerberos.properties:15
com.openexchange.kerberos.proxyUser Comma separated list of proxy user logins allowed to login as a proxy user for every other user account. kerberos.properties:18
java.security.auth.login.config /opt/open-xchange/etc/kerberosLogin.conf path to the Java authentication and authorization configuration file kerberos.properties:21
sun.security.krb5.debug false enable kerberos debugging kerberos.properties:24
java.security.krb5.conf /opt/open-xchange/etc/krb5.conf path to the krb5.conf configuration file java.security.krb5.conf=/etc/krb5.conf kerberos.properties:28
com.openexchange.kerberos.moduleName Open-Xchange Name of the module in the authentication and authorization configuration file. Must be an entry in the file named by java.security.auth.login.config. kerberos.properties:5
com.openexchange.kerberos.userModuleName Open-Xchange-User-Auth Name of the module in the authentication and authorization configuration file used for username and password authentication. Must be an entry in the file named by java.security.auth.login.config kerberos.properties:9
com.openexchange.langdetect.languageModelsDir languageModels The path to the directory containing the language models lang-detect.properties:4
com.openexchange.langdetect.languageCodesFile language-codes.properties Maps language to their code lang-detect.properties:7
com.sun.jndi.ldap.connect.timeout 10000 Timeouts are useful to get quick responses for login requests. This timeout is used if a new connection is established. ldapauth.properties:12
com.sun.jndi.ldap.read.timeout 10000 This timeout only works since Java 6 SE to time out waiting for a response. ldapauth.properties:15
uidAttribute uid This attribute is used login. E.g. uid=<login>,baseDN ldapauth.properties:18
baseDN ou=Users,ou=OxObjects,dc=open-xchange,dc=com This is the base distinguished name where the user are located. ldapauth.properties:21
ldapReturnField If you do not want to pass on the user id, used for authentication, to the groupware but another field entry of the LDAP user object, then you can specify the field here. ldapauth.properties:26
adsBind false This option activates a special ADS bind. It allows the user to authenticate at the ADS with only the displayName or by using the syntax DOMAIN\Samaccountname. Note that "\" cannot be used in user names when this option is activated. ldapauth.properties:32
subtreeSearch false set subtreeSearch to true if the user entries are not directly below the baseDN, and e.g. distributed over one or more subtrees. The bindDN to authenticate the user will then determined using a search over the complete tree below baseDN NOTE: When two users exist with the same uidAttribute, authentication will be refused, though. ldapauth.properties:40
searchFilter (objectclass=posixAccount) specify the filter to limit the search of user entries (used in combination with subtreeSearch=true. the filter will be ANDed with the attributed specified in uidAttribute. Example: (&(objectclass=posixAccount)(uid=foo)) ldapauth.properties:47
java.naming.provider.url ldap://localhost:389/dc=example,dc=com URL of the LDAP server to connect to for authenticating users. ldaps is supported. ldapauth.properties:5
bindDN if your LDAP server does not allow to do searches without any authentication, specify a dn here to bind in order to search (used in combination with subtreeSearch=true). ldapauth.properties:52
bindDNPassword the password required for the bindDN ldapauth.properties:55
referral follow This option configures how to handle the chasing of referrals in LDAP (see http://java.sun.com/products/jndi/tutorial/ldap/referral/overview.html). possible values: ignore, follow, throw ldapauth.properties:60
java.naming.security.authentication simple Defines the authentication security that should be used. ldapauth.properties:8
com.openexchange.licensekey.1 OX-AS-MK-123456-789 licensekeys.properties:1
modules/themes/light_breeze Light Breeze The following property defines the light breeze theme of the AJAX GUI. light-breeze-theme.properties:4
com.openexchange.oauth.linkedin false Enable/disable LinkedIn OAuth support linkedinoauth.properties:2
com.openexchange.socialplugin.linkedin.apikey REPLACE_THIS_WITH_THE_KEY_FROM_YOUR_LINKEDIN_APP These keys are either pre-filled or need to be replaced by ones gotten from an application managed at linkedIn for information how to create this application please see http://oxpedia.org/wiki/index.php?title=LinkedIn_Bundles linkedinoauth.properties:6
com.openexchange.socialplugin.linkedin.apisecret REPLACE_THIS_WITH_THE_SECRET_FROM_YOUR_LINKEDIN_APP linkedinoauth.properties:7
com.openexchange.subscribe.socialplugin.linkedin true linkedinsubscribe.properties:1
com.openexchange.subscribe.socialplugin.linkedin.autorunInterval 1d linkedinsubscribe.properties:2
log4j.rootLogger ERROR, console log4j.properties:1
log4j.rootLogger ERROR, console log4j.properties:1
log4j.appender.console org.apache.log4j.ConsoleAppender log4j.properties:3
log4j.appender.console org.apache.log4j.ConsoleAppender log4j.properties:3
log4j.appender.console org.apache.log4j.ConsoleAppender log4j.properties:3
log4j.appender.console.layout org.apache.log4j.PatternLayout log4j.properties:4
log4j.appender.console.layout org.apache.log4j.PatternLayout log4j.properties:4
log4j.appender.console.layout org.apache.log4j.PatternLayout log4j.properties:4
log4j.appender.console.layout.ConversionPattern %d{dd.MM.yyyy HH:mm:ss} [%t] %-5p %c{1} - %m%n log4j.properties:5
log4j.appender.console.layout.ConversionPattern %d{dd.MM.yyyy HH:mm:ss} [%t] %-5p %c{1} - %m%n log4j.properties:5
log4j.appender.console.layout.ConversionPattern %d{dd.MM.yyyy HH:mm:ss} [%t] %-5p %c{1} - %m%n log4j.properties:5
log4j.logger.com.hazelcast TRACE,console log4j.properties:7
log4j.logger.com.hazelcast TRACE,console log4j.properties:7
log4j.logger.de.kippdata INFO,console log4j.properties:7
log4j.logger.org.apache.solr WARN,console log4j.properties:8
log4j.logger.com.openexchange.realtime.hazelcast TRACE,console log4j.properties:8
log4j.logger.com.openexchange.realtime.hazelcast TRACE,console log4j.properties:8
log4j.logger.org.apache.solr.analysis ERROR,console log4j.properties:9
com.openexchange.login.internal.LoginPerformer.level INFO Important note: The following option ensures, that all login relevant information is logged correctly. Such information is essential to detect and to address session issues, pontentially caused by 3rd parties. Open-Xchange strongly suggests NOT to modify this configuration setting unless you are forced to do so by specific legal requirements, e.g. privacy regulations. Please note: If these settings are changed, Open-Xchange will take no responsibility and will exclude support regarding any session issues and potential security breaches arising thereof. logging.properties:15
com.openexchange.sessiond.impl.SessionHandler.level INFO logging.properties:16
sun.rmi.level INFO logging.properties:18
org.apache.level WARNING logging.properties:19
.level INFO possible log levels are ALL INFO DEBUG logging.properties:2
com.sun.level INFO logging.properties:20
javax.management.level INFO logging.properties:21
com.hazelcast.level SEVERE logging.properties:22
com.openexchange.documentconverter.impl.IManager.level WARNING logging.properties:23
handlers java.util.logging.ConsoleHandler logging.properties:4
java.util.logging.ConsoleHandler.level ALL logging.properties:5
com.openexchange.ajax.login.http-auth.client com.openexchange.ox.gui.dhtml Every client tells the backend through the client parameter on the login request his identity. This is not possible when using the HTTP authorization header based login. So the client identifier for that request is defined here. It must be the same identifier that the web frontend uses, if you set com.openexchange.cookie.hash to calculate and want the previously configured autologin to work. Identifier for web UI is: com.openexchange.ox.gui.dhtml login.properties:14
com.openexchange.ajax.login.http-auth.version HTTP Auth The version of the client when using the HTTP Authorization Header based login. This should not be the normal web frontend version because a different version can be used to distinguish logins through HTTP authorization header and normal login request. login.properties:18
com.openexchange.ajax.login.insecure false Configures whether an insecure login is allowed. Meaning if local IP and/or user-agent strings are replaced in associated user session on login redirect or login redeem requests. To create a session from a server for some client you have to pass the clients IP address when creating the session. WARNING! Setting this parameter to true may result in users seeing a different users content if the infrastructure around OX does not work correctly. login.properties:30
com.openexchange.ajax.login.redirect.changeIPAllowed true This option has only an effect if com.openexchange.ajax.login.insecure is configured to true. This option allows to enable the IP check for /ajax/login?action=redirect requests. This request is mostly used to create a session without using the OX web UI login screen. The previous behavior allowed to change the IP for this request. Configure this option to false to have an IP check during this request. Additionally you can white list IP addresses from that an IP change is still allowed. This is useful if other systems in the infrastructure around OX want to create the session. login.properties:37
com.openexchange.ajax.login.randomToken false The Random-Token is a one time token with a limited lifetime, which is used to initiate sessions through 3rd party applications or websites. It is a UUID, generated by the backend via default Java UUID implementation. This token is deprecated and disabled by default. Setting this to false will prevent a random token from being written as part of the login response and prevent logins via a random token. login.properties:43
com.openexchange.ajax.login.formatstring.login Specifies the format for a logged login. Default format string "$login $ip $auth $agent $client $c $u $s" $s - session information $c - context information $u - user information $login - login string $ip - IP $auth - auth ID $agent - User-Agent $client - client identifier (and version) $iface - associated interface e.g. "$u - $c - $s - $agent - $client" Default is empty; meaning default format string. login.properties:61
com.openexchange.ajax.login.formatstring.logout Specifies the format for a logged logout. Default format string "Logout $c $u $s" $s - session information $c - context information $u - user information e.g. "$u - $c - $s" Default is empty; meaning default format string. login.properties:73
com.openexchange.ajax.login.http-auth.autologin false Configures if some user is able to reenter his existing session after closing the browser tab or the complete browser. Setting this to true may be a security risk for clients running on unsafe computers. If this is configured to true, check that the parameter client contains the same identifier the UI sends as client parameter on normal login request. Otherwise the backend will not be able to rediscover the users session after closing the browser tab. This parameter only applies to the HTTP authorization header based login request. login.properties:8
com.openexchange.ajax.login.maxRate 50 specifies the rate limit that applies to incoming login requests. A client that exceeds that limit will receive a "429 Too Many Requests" HTTP error code. However, the precondition that a rate limit is applied to a login request is that a preceding login attempt failed due to invalid credentials. Once a successful login is performed, rate limit boundaries are dropped (but of course generic rate limit still applies) Default is 50. login.properties
com.openexchange.ajax.login.maxRateTimeWindow 300000 specifies the rate limit time window in which to track incoming login requests. The rate limit acts like a sliding window time frame; meaning that it considers only requests that fit into time windows from current time stamp: window-end := $now window-start := $window-end - $maxRateTimeWindow Default value is 300000 (5 minutes) login.properties
strategy SimpleStrategy two options here either SimpleStrategy or NetworkTopologyStrategy loxandra.properties:13
node 192.168.33.37:9160 node ip with port eg. node = 127.0.0.1:9160 loxandra.properties:3
keyspace OX keyspace name loxandra.properties:6
replication_factor 3 replication factor of the keyspace loxandra.properties:9
com.openexchange.push.allowedClients "USM-EAS*", "USM-JSON*" Specify the comma-separated list of clients which are allowed to receive notifications about new mails. Wild-card notation is allowed. mail-push.properties:5
com.openexchange.mail.watcherTime 60000 Define exceeding time in milliseconds for mail connections. If use time of an mail connection exceeds this value it is logged. Thus unclosed connections can be detected. mail.properties:104
com.openexchange.mail.watcherShallClose false Define if watcher is allowed to close exceeded mail connections mail.properties:107
com.openexchange.mail.JavaMailProperties javamail.properties JavaMail Properties mail.properties:110
com.openexchange.mail.phishingHeader A comma-separated list of headers which identifies phishing headers; e.g. X-Phishing1,X-Phishing2,etc. Leave empty for no phishing header. mail.properties:115
com.openexchange.mail.adminMailLoginEnabled false Define whether a context admin is allowed to login to mail system or not. Note that a mail account is supposed to exist if set to true; if not an authentication error will occur. mail.properties:120
com.openexchange.mail.addClientIPAddress false Set whether client's IP address should be added to mail headers on delivery as custom header "X-Originating-IP" mail.properties:124
com.openexchange.mail.rateLimitPrimaryOnly true Define if the rateLimit and maxToCcBcc settings below will only affect the primary account or all accounts mail.properties:128
com.openexchange.mail.rateLimit 0 Define the time (in milliseconds) which must pass by before a new mail can be sent A value of 0 disables the limit. mail.properties:132
com.openexchange.mail.maxToCcBcc 0 Define the allowed maximum number of recipients in a mail A value of 0 disables the limit. mail.properties:136
com.openexchange.mail.passwordSource session Set the password source for primary mail/transport account; meaning which source is taken to determine a user's password to login into mailing system. If 'session' is set, then user's individual system's password is taken. If 'global' is set, then the value specified through property 'com.openexchange.mail.masterPassword' is taken. Currently known values: session and global mail.properties:14
com.openexchange.mail.hidePOP3StorageFolders false Whether folders which carry a POP3 account shall not be displayed. This property affects primary account only. mail.properties:140
com.openexchange.mail.deleteDraftOnTransport false Whether to delete draft messages when sent out Note: Client MUST provide appropriate value in "sendtype" field; see http://oxpedia.org/wiki/index.php?title=HTTP_API#Send_a_mail mail.properties:145
com.openexchange.mail.supportMsisdnAddresses false Define if MSISDN addresses are supported or not. mail.properties:148
com.openexchange.mail.translateDefaultFolders true If set to 'false', translation of names of the mail default folders is not performed, if naming differs from pre-defined default values. Thus custom set names can be specified for Trash, Drafts, Sent & Spam folder. By default this value is 'true'. Pre-defined names are: "Trash" "Drafts" "Sent objects" "Spam" mail.properties:160
com.openexchange.mail.maxMailSize -1 Specifies the max. mail size allowed being transported A value of zero or less means infinite. Default is -1 (infinite) mail.properties:173
com.openexchange.mail.hideDetailsForDefaultAccount false Whether to hide rather technical data from JSON representation of the primary mail account e.g. port, server name, secure flag, etc. Default is false mail.properties:178
com.openexchange.mail.maxForwardCount 8 Specifies the max. number of message attachments that are allowed to be forwarded as attachment Default is 8 mail.properties:182
com.openexchange.mail.account.blacklist Specifies a black-list for those hosts that are covered by denoted IP range; e.g. "127.0.0.1-127.255.255.255" An empty value means no black-listing is active Default is empty mail.properties:187
com.openexchange.mail.imageHost Specifies the host/domain from which to load inlined images contained in message content Example "com.openexchange.mail.imageHost=http://my.imagehost.org". In case no protocol/schema is specified, "http" is assumed by default Default is empty; meaning to load from originating host mail.properties:193
com.openexchange.mail.mailServerSource user Set the mail server source for primary mail account; meaning which source is taken to determine the mail server into which the user wants to login to access mails. Set to 'global' to take the value specified through property "com.openexchange.mail.mailServer". Set to 'user' to take user's individual mail server settings as specified in storage. Currently known values: user and global mail.properties:21
com.openexchange.mail.transportServerSource user Set the transport server source for primary transport account; meaning which source is taken to determine the transport server into which the user wants to login to transport mails. Set to 'global' to take the value specified through property "com.openexchange.mail.transportServer". Set to 'user' to take user's individual transport server settings as specified in storage. Currently known values: user and global mail.properties:28
com.openexchange.mail.masterPassword secret The master password for primary mail/transport server. Only takes effect when property "com.openexchange.mail.passwordSource" is set to "global" mail.properties:32
com.openexchange.mail.mailServer 127.0.0.1 Primary mail server: e.g. 192.168.178.32:8143 or imap://192.168.178.32:7143 Only takes effect when property "com.openexchange.mail.mailServerSource" is set to "global" mail.properties:36
com.openexchange.mail.transportServer 127.0.0.1 Primary transport server: e.g. 192.168.178.32:125 or smtp://192.168.178.32:225 Only takes effect when property "com.openexchange.mail.transportServerSource" is set to "global" mail.properties:40
com.openexchange.mail.defaultMailProvider imap The mail provider fallback if an URL does not contain/define a protocol mail.properties:43
mail.mime.charset UTF-8 Define the default MIME charset used for character encoding. This setting will then be accessible through system property "mail.mime.charset". This parameter takes effect for the complete mail module where no charset is given. mail.properties:48
com.openexchange.mail.mailFetchLimit 1000 Define the max. fetch limit; meaning all mails whose count is less than or equal to this value are going to be fetched with all attributes set. Thus these mails can be put into message cache for subsequent list requests. mail.properties:53
com.openexchange.mail.attachmentDisplaySizeLimit 8192 maximum size of email text attachments that will be displayed inline ( in bytes) mail.properties:57
com.openexchange.mail.mailAccessCacheShrinkerSeconds 3 Define the interval seconds of the mail access cache's shrinker thread mail.properties:60
com.openexchange.mail.mailAccessCacheIdleSeconds 4 Define the idle seconds a mail access may reside in mail access cache before it is removed by shrinker thread mail.properties:63
com.openexchange.mail.quoteLineColors #a14044,#917722,#599351,#516193,#666666 Comma-separated hex values of colors for displaying quoted text emails mail.properties:66
com.openexchange.mail.userFlagsEnabled true Enable/disable user defined flags mail.properties:69
com.openexchange.mail.loginSource login Set the login source for primary mail/transport account; meaning which source is taken to determine a user's login for mailing system. If 'login' is set, then user's individual mail login as defined in user storage is taken. If 'mail' is set, then user's individual primary email address is taken. If 'name' is set, then user's individual system's user name is taken. Currently known values: login, mail, and name mail.properties:7
com.openexchange.mail.partModifierImpl com.openexchange.mail.partmodifier.DummyPartModifier Define the implementing class of PartModifier. This class is then be used to manipulate the email before displaying. mail.properties:73
com.openexchange.mail.allowNestedDefaultFolderOnAltNamespace false This property defines if the default folders of an user (Draft, Sent, Spam & Trash) are going to be placed right below folder "INBOX" even if feature "altNamespace" is enabled. NOTE: This property requires that subfolders are still permitted below initial folder "INBOX" even though "altNamespace" is enabled. mail.properties:80
com.openexchange.mail.ignoreSubscription false Defines if folder subscription is ignored when listing mail folders If set to 'true', all folders - regardless of their subscription status - are going to be listed mail.properties:85
com.openexchange.mail.supportSubscription true Define if underlying store should support subscription mail.properties:88
com.openexchange.mail.defaultSeparator / Define the separator within folder fullnames if not available from mail server mail.properties:91
com.openexchange.mail.watcherEnabled true The watcher checks after watcherFrequency for mail connections used for more than watcherTime milliseconds and logs this mail connection. If watcherShallClose is set to true those connections will be closed. mail.properties:96
com.openexchange.mail.watcherFrequency 10000 Define watcher's frequency in milliseconds mail.properties:99
com.openexchange.mail.signature.maxImageSize 1 Specifies the maximum size (in MB) for one image contained in the HTML mail signature mail.properties
com.openexchange.mail.signature.maxImageLimit 3 Specified the maximum amount of images that are allowed in a single HTML mail signature mail.properties
com.openexchange.mail.enforceSecureConnection false controls whether external mail accounts may only be subscribed if the associated provider supports accessing it by using a secure connection (either SSL or TLS). If neither SSL nor TLS is supported, account subscription is rejected. mail.properties
SIEVE_CREDSRC session Specify which sieve credentials should be use. Two options are allowed here: "session" : login name and password are used from the current session "session-full-login" : full login (incl. context part) name and password are used from the current session "imapLogin" : the login name is taken from the field imapLogin of the current user the password is taken from the current session "mail" : use the primary mail address of the user and the password from the session mailfilter.properties:13
SIEVE_SERVER localhost to override the sieve server defaults specify a value for the sieve server here mailfilter.properties:16
SIEVE_PORT 2000 Specify the SIEVE port ----------------------------------------------------------- NOTE: 2000 is the deprecated port number for SIEVE (now assigned to some Cisco SCCP protocol by the IANA) 4190 is the new one used with most recent Linux and IMAP implementations. Please check your system's default port defined at /etc/services. ----------------------------------------------------------- mailfilter.properties:24
SCRIPT_NAME Open-Xchange If you want the script to be generated with another script name change it here. Note that the mail filter bundle will then leave the old script with the old script name behind, and doesn't delete it mailfilter.properties:29
SIEVE_AUTH_ENC UTF-8 Define the charset encoding to use for authentication to sieve server mailfilter.properties:32
NON_RFC_COMPLIANT_TLS_REGEX ^Cyrus.*v([0-1]\\.[0-9].*|2\\.[0-2].*|2\\.3\\.[0-9]|2\\.3\\.[0-9][^0-9].*)$ Define the regex which recognizes servers with incorrect sieve TLS implementation mailfilter.properties:35
TLS true Whether to use TLS if available mailfilter.properties:38
SIEVE_LOGIN_TYPE user Specify which sieve server should be used. Two options are allowed here: user : use the imap server setting stored for user in the database global : use the sieve server given in this config file for all users mailfilter.properties:4
VACATION_DOMAINS Specify here if vacation messages should only be sent to specific domains If multiple domains are given, they should be separated by "," e.g. VACATION_DOMAINS=testdomain.com,example.com mailfilter.properties:43
com.openexchange.mail.filter.connectionTimeout 30000 Specifies when the connection should time out (value in milliseconds) mailfilter.properties:46
com.openexchange.mail.filter.passwordSource session Set the password source; meaning which source is taken to determine a user's password to login into mail filter system. If 'session' is set, then user's individual system's password is taken. If 'global' is set, then the value specified through property 'com.openexchange.mail.filter.masterPassword' is taken. Currently known values: session and global mailfilter.properties:53
com.openexchange.mail.filter.masterPassword The master password for mail/transport server. Only takes effect when property "com.openexchange.mail.filter.passwordSource" is set to "global" mailfilter.properties:57
com.openexchange.mail.filter.useUTF7FolderEncoding false This property defines if mailbox names shall be UTF-7 encoded as specified in RFC2060; section 5.1.3. "Mailbox International Naming Convention". Default is "false"; meaning no UTF-7 encoding is performed. Set to "true" for those Cyrus IMAP server versions that do NOT support "sieve_utf8fileinto" property (e.g. lower than v2.3.11) Set to "true" for those Cyrus IMAP server versions that support "sieve_utf8fileinto" property having that property set to "0". Thus moving mails with the 'fileinto' command will properly work for mailbox names that contain non-ascii characters mailfilter.properties:65
com.openexchange.mail.filter.punycode false Enable punycode encoding for the username used in authentication against the managesieve server mailfilter.properties:68
com.openexchange.mail.filter.useSIEVEResponseCodes false interpret SIEVE Response Codes, see https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc5804#section-1.3 in most cases, this option must be kept to false mailfilter.properties:72
com.openexchange.mail.filter.redirectWhitelist Specify a comma-separated list of domains (wild-card syntax supported) that are allowed for redirect rules mailfilter.properties:75
com.openexchange.mail.filter.preferGSSAPI false Specify whether to prefer GSSAPI authentication mechanism if supported by SIEVE backend Default is false. mailfilter.properties:79
com.openexchange.push.malpoll.concurrentglobal true Whether the tasks executed by global timer are executed concurrently or by calling timer's thread. Note: This property only has effect if "com.openexchange.push.malpoll.global" is set to "true" malpoll.properties:14
com.openexchange.push.malpoll.folder INBOX Define the folder to look-up for new mails in each mailbox Default is INBOX folder malpoll.properties:18
com.openexchange.push.malpoll.period 300000 Define the amount of time in milliseconds when to periodically check for new mails. Default is 300000 (5 minutes). malpoll.properties:3
com.openexchange.push.malpoll.global true Whether a global timer is set or a timer per user Or in other words: Do you want a global heartbeat or a heartbeat per per user? Default is true. malpoll.properties:8
JMXBindAddress localhost Define the bind address for JMX agent Use value "*" to let the JMX monitor bind to all interfaces management.properties:11
JMXLogin Define the JMX login for authentication Leaving this property empty means not to use authentication management.properties:15
JMXPassword Define the JMX password in SHA hashed version This property only has effect if previous property "JMXLogin" is set. The following perl command can be used to generate such a password: perl -M'Digest::SHA1 qw(sha1_base64)' -e 'print sha1_base64("YOURSECRET")."=\n";' that requires to install the Digest::SHA1 perl module, of course. management.properties:25
JMXPort 9999 Define the port for the RMI Registry. The default is 9999. management.properties:3
JMXServerPort -1 Define the JMX RMI Connector Server port. Typically chosen randomly by JVM. The default is -1; meaning that port is randomly determined by JVM management.properties:7
com.openexchange.messaging.enabled true Determines whether messaging is enabled for this server messaging.properties:2
com.openexchange.subscribe.microformats.contacts.http true microformatSubscription.properties:1
com.openexchange.subscribe.microformats.infostore.http true microformatSubscription.properties:2
com.openexchange.subscribe.microformats.contacts.http.autorunInterval 1d microformatSubscription.properties:3
com.openexchange.subscribe.microformats.infostore.http.autorunInterval 1d microformatSubscription.properties:4
com.openexchange.subscribe.microformats.allowedHosts Optionally specifies the list of accepted host names allowed being subscribed If property is empty, there is no restriction for such subscriptions Otherwise non-matching host names are rejected. microformatSubscription.properties:9
iPhoneTemplate.tmpl mobile_configuration mobile.configuration.generator.properties:1
winMobileTemplate.tmpl mobile_configuration mobile.configuration.generator.properties:2
com.openxchange.mobilenotifier.enabled true Sets whether Mobilenotifier module is enabled at all mobilenotifier.properties:4
com.openexchange.mobilenotifier.mail.maxContentSize 200 Defines the maximum content size of the mail content that should be displayed mobilenotifiermail.properties:4
com.openexchange.oauth.msn false Enable/disable MSN OAuth support msnoauth.properties:2
com.openexchange.oauth.msn.apiKey REPLACE_THIS_WITH_VALUE_OBTAINED_FROM_MSN msnoauth.properties:4
com.openexchange.oauth.msn.apiSecret REPLACE_THIS_WITH_VALUE_OBTAINED_FROM_MSN msnoauth.properties:5
notify_participants_on_delete true notification.properties:27
object_link http://[hostname]/[uiwebpath]#m=[module]&i=[object]&f=[folder] notification.properties:35
imipForInternalUsers false Enables/Disables imip-mails for internal users. notification.properties:38
com.openexchange.notification.fromSource defaultSenderAddress This property defines which email address of a user is used as from header when this user triggers notification mails. Possible values are: primaryMail or defaultSenderAddress notification.properties:42
com.openexchange.oauth.provider.validator.maxVersion 1.0 The maximum valid oauth_version Default value is 1.0. oauth-provider.properties:13
com.openexchange.oauth.provider.validator.v2.maxTimestampAgeMsec 300000 The range of valid time stamps, in milliseconds into the past or future. So the total range of valid time stamps is twice this value, rounded to the nearest second. Default value is 5 minutes (300000). oauth-provider.properties:18
com.openexchange.oauth.provider.validator.v2.maxVersion 2.0 The maximum valid OAuth v2 version Default value is 2.0. oauth-provider.properties:22
com.openexchange.oauth.provider.secret f58c636e089745d4a79679d726aca8b5 The secret identifier oauth-provider.properties:4
com.openexchange.oauth.provider.validator.maxTimestampAgeMsec 300000 The range of valid time stamps, in milliseconds into the past or future. So the total range of valid time stamps is twice this value, rounded to the nearest second. Default value is 5 minutes (300000). oauth-provider.properties:9
com.openexchange.oauth.callback false Sets whether call-back policy is enabled when performing OAuth authentication If false; oob (out-of-band) is used which requires user interaction to provide the verifier (pin) Default is false oauth.properties:6
RMI_HOSTNAME rmi://localhost:1099/ admin daemon rmi URL open-xchange-admin-soap.properties:14
LOCK_WAIT_TIME 10 How long (in seconds) the system should wait for a lock before throwing exceptions open-xchange-admin-soap.properties:20
MAX_RMI_CONNECT_ATTEMPTS 2 maximum attempts to reconnect to the admin daemon open-xchange-admin-soap.properties:4
CONNECT_ATTEMPTS_DELAY_TIME 1 time in seconds to wait between connect attempts open-xchange-admin-soap.properties:9
modules/com.openexchange.help/module true open-xchange-gui-help-plugin.properties:1
additionalPackages org.eclipse.equinox.event_1.3.0.v20130327-1442.jar osgiTest.properties:1
additionalPackages osgiTest.properties:1
mox/config/mailCount 50 oxmobile.properties:1
mox/config/defaultContactFolder "private" can be one of "none", "private" or "global". "none" : no folder is selected by default, the user will be asked on first start "private" : default private addressbook is selected for the user "global" : global addressbook is selected by default for the user oxmobile.properties:12
mox/config/appointmentDays 10 oxmobile.properties:2
mox/config/maxAppointmentBreak 50 oxmobile.properties:3
mox/subscribedFolders/contacts [] oxmobile.properties:4
mox/subscribedFolders/mail [] oxmobile.properties:5
mox/subscribedFolders/calendar [] oxmobile.properties:6
mox/defaultContactStoreFolder -1 oxmobile.properties:7
modules/com.openexchange.custom.parallels/module true The following property enables the Parallels GUI-Plugins parallels-ui.properties:2
ui/parallels/sender_address_hiding_activated true disable/enable default sender address hiding for POA setups parallels-ui.properties:5
ui/parallels/use_parallels_antispam_features true should the parallels antispam features be used parallels-ui.properties:8
com.openexchange.custom.parallels.branding.suffix The following defines the options for the branding stuff set via "loginmapping" attributes within a context in OX. Example: If want to brand a context, set a login mapping with a string like this: BRANDING||<YOUR_POA_BRANDED_HOST> com.openexchange.custom.parallels.branding.suffix=BRANDING|| Leave empty if not, or the log will fill up with warnings parallels.properties:16
com.openexchange.custom.parallels.branding.fallbackhost Fallback host which should be used if now branding-host was specified for a context Info: If you need trailing slash, add it here. For compatibility reasons it will not be appended by the server to support also jumping to server scripts IMPORTANT INFO: the notification.properties attribute: "object_link" MUST be set to include the [hostname] placeholder like: https://[hostname]#m=[module]&i=[object]&f=[folder] If this is not set, the systems hostname is used. parallels.properties:29
com.openexchange.custom.parallels.antispam.xmlrpc.port 3100 This port will be used to communicate with the "POA XML-RPC Service" to retrieve correct spamd hostname and user so that OX can train spamd via socket communication THIS property below must only contain URL to OX GUI like webmail.system.com/ox6 parallels.properties:38
com.openexchange.custom.parallels.openapi.interface_url http://<coreserver>:<port>/ # OpenAPI properties for managing Black&White Lists via OX GUI This property defines the URL to the HTTP OpenAPI interface of POA parallels.properties:44
com.openexchange.custom.parallels.openapi.auth_enabled false This property defines if OpenAPI calls should be made with http basic auth parallels.properties:48
com.openexchange.custom.parallels.sso_info_servlet /ajax/parallels/info Properties for the Parallels Plugin The property defines the mount point of the parallels info servlet used to retrieve correct hostname for direktlinks and sessiontimeouts/logout page parallels.properties:5
com.openexchange.custom.parallels.openapi.auth_id openapi_user_id This property defines OpenAPI http basic auth credentials auth id parallels.properties:52
com.openexchange.custom.parallels.openapi.auth_password openapi_password This property defines OpenAPI http basic auth credentials auth password parallels.properties:56
com.openexchange.custom.parallels.openapi_servlet /ajax/parallels/openapi The property defines the mount point of the OX OpenAPI servlet implementation. Typically, no need to change it. parallels.properties:61
com.openexchange.participant.autoSearch true When searching for participants and the participants selection dialog is opened this option defines if initially all users, groups and resources are displayed or not. If this option is true every opening of the dialog triggers a search request on the server. participant.properties:13
com.openexchange.participant.MaximumNumberParticipants 0 Defines the maximum number of participants that can be selected for an appointment or a task. This should prevent slow free busy queries and slow server and GUI responses if in large contexts large number of participants are selected. 0 means no limit. participant.properties:19
com.openexchange.participant.ShowWithoutEmail true When searching for external participants in contact folders this option defines if contacts without email address are shown. participant.properties:7
com.openexchange.passwordchange.regexp [^a-z0-9] Configures a regular expression pattern to use when calculating the strength if indicating "com.openexchange.passwordchange.showStrength" is "true", i.e. any character not matching the pattern increases the displayed password strength. Defaults to "[^a-z0-9]". passwordchange.properties:11
com.openexchange.passwordchange.special $, _, % Defines a string that is shown as an example of special characters that increase a passwords' strength. This should be a subset of characters matched by the pattern defined at "com.openexchange.passwordchange.regexp". Defaults to "$, _, or %". passwordchange.properties:14
com.openexchange.passwordchange.showStrength false Configures whether to show a graphical indicator reflecting the strength of the current password or not. The strength is evaluated based on matching performed against the pattern defined via "com.openexchange.passwordchange.regexp" during typing. Possible values are "true" to show the strength, or "false", otherwise. Defaults to "false". passwordchange.properties:2
com.openexchange.passwordchange.minLength 4 Specifies the minimum required length of a password entered by the user. Passwords shorter than the configured length are not accepted. Defaults to "4". passwordchange.properties:5
com.openexchange.passwordchange.maxLength 0 Specifies the minimum required length of a password entered by the user. Passwords shorter than the configured length are not accepted. A value of "0" disables the check and allows an unlimited length. Defaults to "0".The maximum length of an entered password. 0 for unlimited. passwordchange.properties:8
com.openexchange.passwordchange.allowedPattern Optionally configures a pattern to match the entered password against, i.e. only passwords matching this pattern will be accepted. Please note that the pattern is used to perform a 'positive' test against the entire entered password, and only matching strings are accepted, so use appropriate quantifiers as needed. For example, if the backslash character '\' should not be permitted in passwords, a pattern could look like "[^\\]*", or, if only ASCII characters should be allowed, the pattern "[\x00-\x7F]*" could be used (each without the quotation marks). By default, no pattern is configured, i.e. all character sequences are allowed. passwordchange.properties
com.openexchange.passwordchange.allowedPatternHint Configures a string that is shown to users in an error message after trying to save a password not fulfilling the pattern defined in "com.openexchange.passwordchange.allowedPattern". This text should explain which characters are allowed according to the pattern, and is inserted for "[...]" in the following error message: "The entered password is illegal and can't be saved. Allowed characters are: [...]". Required if "com.openexchange.passwordchange.allowedPattern" is defined. passwordchange.properties
com.openexchange.capability.alone false The property "alone" signals that the user is the only user in associated context/tenant. It disables certain collaborative features and that would therefore be useless in such a context/tenant. Default is false permissions.properties:14
com.openexchange.capability.filestore true Signal if file store is available or not Default is true permissions.properties:9
com.openexchange.pop3.pop3TemporaryDown 10000 Define the amount of time in milliseconds a POP3 server is treated as being temporary down. A POP3 server is treated as being temporary down if a socket connect fails. Further requests to the affected POP3 server are going to be denied for the specified amount of time. A value less or equal to zero disables this setting. pop3.properties:13
com.openexchange.pop3.pop3AuthEnc UTF-8 Define the encoding for POP3 authentication pop3.properties:16
com.openexchange.pop3.spamHandler DefaultSpamHandler Define the registration name of the appropriate spam handler to use pop3.properties:19
com.openexchange.pop3.pop3ConnectionIdleTime 300000 Define the amount of time in milliseconds an established POP3 connection is kept open although being idle. Since some POP3 servers limit the time period in which connections may be opened/closed, this property allows to keep the connection open to avoid an error on a subsequent login. This property overwrites default connection idle time specified through property "com.openexchange.mail.mailAccessCacheIdleSeconds". pop3.properties:27
com.openexchange.pop3.pop3Timeout 50000 Define the socket I/O timeout value in milliseconds. A value less than or equal to zero is infinite timeout. See also mail.pop3.timeout pop3.properties:3
com.openexchange.pop3.pop3BlockSize 100 Specify the number of messages (positive integer!) which are allowed to be processed at once. Default is 100. Zero or negative value is defaulted to 100. pop3.properties:32
com.openexchange.pop3.allowPing false Whether ping operation is allowed for POP3 account Many POP3 account limit number of allowed login attempts in a certain time interval Default is false pop3.properties:37
com.openexchange.pop3.logDeniedPing true Whether denied ping operation shall be indicated as a warning to client Only effective if "com.openexchange.pop3.allowPing" is set to false. Default is true pop3.properties:42
com.openexchange.pop3.ssl.protocols SSLv3 TLSv1 Specifies the SSL protocols that will be enabled for SSL connections. The property value is a whitespace separated list of tokens. Default value is: SSLv3 TLSv1 pop3.properties:46
com.openexchange.pop3.ssl.ciphersuites Specifies the SSL cipher suites that will be enabled for SSL connections. The property value is a whitespace separated list of tokens. Check "http://<ox-grizzly-hostname>:<ox-grizzly-port>/stats/diagnostic?param=ciphersuites" to check available cipher suites. Default value is empty (fall-back to current JVM's default SSL cipher suite) pop3.properties:53
com.openexchange.pop3.pop3ConnectionTimeout 20000 Define the socket connection timeout value in milliseconds. A value less or equal to zero is infinite timeout. See also mail.pop3.connectiontimeout pop3.properties:7
com.openexchange.preview.cache.quota 10485760 Specify the total quota for preview cache for each context This value is used if no individual context quota is defined. A value of zero or less means no quota Default is 10485760 (10MB) preview.properties:11
com.openexchange.preview.cache.quotaPerDocument 524288 Specify the quota per document for preview cache for each context This value is used if no individual quota per document is defined. A value of zero or less means no quota Default is 524288 (512KB) preview.properties:17
com.openexchange.preview.cache.type FS Specifies what type of storage is used for caching previews Either file store ("FS") or database ("DB"). Default is "FS" (file store) preview.properties:22
com.openexchange.preview.cache.quotaAware false Specifies if storing previews in file store affects user's file store quota or not Only applies if "com.openexchange.preview.cache.type" is set to "FS" Default is false. preview.properties:27
com.openexchange.preview.cache.enabled true The switch to enable/disable the preview cache Default is true (enabled) preview.properties:5
com.openexchange.http.probe.alias /healthProbe The alias name in the URI namespace at which the probe is registered Default value: /healthProbe probe.properties:9
com.openexchange.publish.microformats.usesWhitelisting true if set to true, the contents of a microformatted publication will be processed through a whitelisting filter that removes elements that are considered potentially unsafe. We recommend you use this in case you do not have publications on a different subdomain. publications.properties:5
contacts_hcard_censored.tmpl contacts, publish, default publish.microformats.properties:1
contacts_hcard_uncensored.tmpl contacts, publish publish.microformats.properties:2
contacts_oxmf_censored.tmpl contacts, publish publish.microformats.properties:3
contacts_oxmf_uncensored.tmpl contacts, publish publish.microformats.properties:4
contacts.tmpl contacts, publish publish.microformats.properties:5
infostore.tmpl infostore, publish, default publish.microformats.properties:7
infostore_gallery.tmpl infostore, publish publish.microformats.properties:8
com.openexchange.push.ms.maxDelayDuration 600000 The maximum time in milliseconds a push object may be delayed before finally pushing it to the clients Default value: 600000 push-ms.properties:10
com.openexchange.push.ms.delayDuration 120000 Time in milliseconds after which a queued object object is pushed to clients unless it got delayed again due to modifications of the push object within the delayDuration or modifications within the folder of the push object. Default value: 120000 push-ms.properties:5
com.openexchange.push.udp.remoteHost list of open-xchange servers that should be connected when multicast is disabled push-udp.properties:10
com.openexchange.push.udp.registerTimeout 3600000 time in milliseconds a client registration is kept push-udp.properties:13
com.openexchange.push.udp.registerPort 44335 Port where the clients send the push registration request to. push-udp.properties:16
com.openexchange.push.udp.registerDistributionEnabled false only one of registerDistribution or eventDistribution can be enabled at the same time. if set to true, registrations are distributed to all ox servers push-udp.properties:21
com.openexchange.push.udp.eventDistributionEnabled false if set to true, events will be distributed to all Open-Xchange servers push-udp.properties:23
com.openexchange.push.udp.outputQueueDelay 120000 time in milliseconds after which queued "push" packages are sent to clients push-udp.properties:26
com.openexchange.push.udp.hostname if empty, then the output of the java function getHostName will be used. This name is used for internal communication. push-udp.properties:30
com.openexchange.push.udp.senderAddress address used as the sender address when UDP packages are sent to the clients (should be the IP address of the load balancer in front of the Open-Xchange server farm push-udp.properties:35
com.openexchange.push.udp.multicastEnabled false true/false Send register information per multicast push-udp.properties:38
com.openexchange.push.udp.multicastAddress 224.0.0.1 IP multicast address push-udp.properties:41
com.openexchange.push.udp.multicastPort 9982 Multicast port push-udp.properties:44
com.openexchange.push.udp.pushEnabled false defines if server push port gets opened or not push-udp.properties:6
com.openexchange.push.imapidle.pushmode always when to fire push events? possible values: newmail,always default: always Explanation: newmail means to only send a push event in case of at least one new mail has arrived. NOTE: Using dovecot this does only work when only ONE concurrent session of the same user is active. always send a push event for every changes to the users mailbox. push_imapidle.properties:18
com.openexchange.push.imapidle.folder INBOX Define the folder to look-up for new mails in each mailbox Default is INBOX folder push_imapidle.properties:3
com.openexchange.push.imapidle.delay 5000 Waiting time in milliseconds before a reconnect is performed push_imapidle.properties
com.openexchange.push.imapidle.clusterLock hz Specifies what system to use to manage a cluster-lock Possible values: - "db" for database-based locking - "hz" for Hazelcast-based locking (default) - "none" for no cluster lock mechanism push_imapidle.properties
com.openexchange.push.mail.notify.udp_listen_multicast false Define if the listener should receive multicast messages push_mailnotify.properties:2
com.openexchange.push.mail.notify.use_ox_login false Whether to use the ox login name to check for a valid push event. The default is to only check the users aliases. If mailboxname@example.com is not contained in the list of aliases, set this to true. Warning: This won't work in multidomain setups where the same login might exist in different contexts! push_mailnotify.properties:23
com.openexchange.push.mail.notify.use_full_email_address false Whether to use the full email address from aliases or just use the localpart. When using a multidomain setup where the imap login is an email address, this should be set to true. If not, login might not be unique because foo@example.com and foo@example.net might be different users. Note: Do NOT set com.openexchange.push.mail.notify.imap_login_delimiter in this case! push_mailnotify.properties:32
com.openexchange.push.mail.notify.udp_listen_host localhost Define the hostname or interface/multicast group where the udp server should listen push_mailnotify.properties:5
com.openexchange.push.mail.notify.udp_listen_port 23420 Define the port where the udp server should listen push_mailnotify.properties:8
com.openexchange.push.mail.notify.delay_millis 5000 specifies the delay time frame in which incoming UDP events are collected and send out as one push event to the OX cluster. Default is 5000 milliseconds push_mailnotify.properties
com.openexchange.quartz.startLocalScheduler true Wether the local quartz scheduler instance should be started. If false, this node is unable to perform local jobs. quartz.properties:3
com.openexchange.quartz.localThreads 5 Number of worker threads for the local scheduler instance. quartz.properties:6
com.openexchange.quota.contact -1 Specifies the quota for the number of contacts that are allowed being created within a single context (tenant-wise scope). The purpose of this quota is to define a rough upper limit that is unlikely being reached during normal operation. Therefore it is rather supposed to prevent from excessive item creation (e.g. a synchronizing client running mad), but not intended to have a fine-grained quota setting. Thus exceeding that quota limitation will cause an appropriate exception being thrown, denying to further create any contact in affected context. Default is -1 (unlimited) quota.properties
com.openexchange.quota.infostore -1 Specifies the quota for the number of documents that are allowed being created within a single context (tenant-wise scope). The purpose of this quota is to define a rough upper limit that is unlikely being reached during normal operation. Therefore it is rather supposed to prevent from excessive item creation (e.g. a synchronizing client running mad), but not intended to have a fine-grained quota setting. Thus exceeding that quota limitation will cause an appropriate exception being thrown, denying to further create any document in affected context. Default is -1 (unlimited) quota.properties
com.openexchange.quota.attachment -1 Specifies the quota for the number of attachments bound to PIM objects that are allowed being created within a single context (tenant-wise scope). The purpose of this quota is to define a rough upper limit that is unlikely being reached during normal operation. Therefore it is rather supposed to prevent from excessive item creation (e.g. a synchronizing client running mad), but not intended to have a fine-grained quota setting. Thus exceeding that quota limitation will cause an appropriate exception being thrown, denying to further create any attachment in affected context. Default is -1 (unlimited) quota.properties
com.openexchange.quota.calendar -1 Specifies the quota for the number of appointments that are allowed being created within a single context (tenant-wise scope). The purpose of this quota is to define a rough upper limit that is unlikely being reached during normal operation. Therefore it is rather supposed to prevent from excessive item creation (e.g. a synchronizing client running mad), but not intended to have a fine-grained quota setting. Thus exceeding that quota limitation will cause an appropriate exception being thrown, denying to further create any appointment in affected context. Default is -1 (unlimited) quota.properties
com.openexchange.quota.task -1 Specifies the quota for the number of tasks that are allowed being created within a single context (tenant-wise scope). The purpose of this quota is to define a rough upper limit that is unlikely being reached during normal operation. Therefore it is rather supposed to prevent from excessive item creation (e.g. a synchronizing client running mad), but not intended to have a fine-grained quota setting. Thus exceeding that quota limitation will cause an appropriate exception being thrown, denying to further create any task in affected context. Default is -1 (unlimited) quota.properties
com.openexchange.realtime.isTraceAllUsersEnabled false Enable tracing for all users. Default value: false realtime.properties:18
com.openexchange.realtime.usersToTrace Enable tracing only for a set of users by using the userID@contextID notation e.g.: 1@1, 2@1, 3@1 Default value: empty set realtime.properties:22
com.openexchange.documentconverter.errorDir n/a A temporary directory, containing files that could not be converted due to an error condition or due to a timeout realtime.properties
com.openexchange.realtime.numberOfRunLoops 16 A high number of synchronous operations e.g. persisting documents might lead to timeouts for query actions/stanzas that are still enqueued in the the runloop and wait to be handled. Hence the value used for number of run-loops needs to be configurable to adjust behavior. Default is 16. realtime.properties
errorMessage Error!!! The displayd error Message. recaptcha.properties:11
publicKey The API Key to use the recaptcha Service This is hosted by Google, so you need an Google Account to receive API Keys Go to: http://www.google.com/recaptcha to generate keys. Use the global-key option to avoid domain restrictions. recaptcha.properties:7
privateKey recaptcha.properties:8
com.openexchange.report.client.proxy.useproxy false This defines if a proxy server should be used to establish the http connection to the Open-Xchange report server, and if which server and proxy details to use. reportclient.properties:3
com.openexchange.report.client.proxy.address proxy.example.com reportclient.properties:4
com.openexchange.report.client.proxy.port 8080 reportclient.properties:5
com.openexchange.report.client.proxy.authrequired false reportclient.properties:6
com.openexchange.report.client.proxy.username USER reportclient.properties:7
com.openexchange.report.client.proxy.password PASSWORD reportclient.properties:8
com.openexchange.requestwatcher.isEnabled true Enable/disable the requestwatcher. Default value: true (enabled). requestwatcher.properties:13
com.openexchange.requestwatcher.frequency 30000 Define the requestwatcher's frequency in milliseconds. Default value: 30000. requestwatcher.properties:17
com.openexchange.requestwatcher.maxRequestAge 60000 Define the maximum allowed age of requests in milliseconds. Default value: 60000. requestwatcher.properties:21
com.openexchange.requestwatcher.restartPermission false Permission to stop & re-init system (works only for the ajp connector) requestwatcher.properties:24
com.openexchange.requestwatcher.usm.ignore.path /syncUpdate define a set of calls that should be ignored by the RequestWatcher: Define a comma separated list of USM paths that will be ignored by the request watcher. Each path has to start with a '/' requestwatcher.properties
RESELLER_STORAGE com.openexchange.admin.reseller.storage.mysqlStorage.OXResellerMySQLStorage reseller.properties:1
com.openexchange.rmi.host localhost Set this to 0 to bind on all interfaces rmi.properties:2
com.openexchange.rmi.port 1099 rmi.properties:4
com.openexchange.messaging.rss true Whether the RSS Messaging Service is available or not rssmessaging.properties:2
com.openexchange.hazelcast.configuration.map.backupCount 1 Number of backups. If 1 is set as the backup-count for example, then all entries of the map will be copied to another JVM for fail-safety. 0 means no backup. rtClientMapping.properties:11
com.openexchange.hazelcast.configuration.map.asyncBackupCount 0 Number of nodes with async backups. Async backups do not block operations and do not require acknowledgements. 0 means no backup. Any integer between 0 and 6. Default is 0, setting bigger than 6 has no effect. rtClientMapping.properties:16
com.openexchange.hazelcast.configuration.map.readBackupData true Can we read the local backup entries? Default value is false for strong consistency. Being able to read backup data will give you greater performance. rtClientMapping.properties:21
com.openexchange.hazelcast.configuration.map.name rtClientMapping-1 The name of the map. Don't change this on your own. rtClientMapping.properties:24
com.openexchange.hazelcast.configuration.map.backupCount 1 Number of backups. If 1 is set as the backup-count for example, then all entries of the map will be copied to another JVM for fail-safety. 0 means no backup. rtIDMapping.properties:11
com.openexchange.hazelcast.configuration.map.asyncBackupCount 0 Number of nodes with async backups. Async backups do not block operations and do not require acknowledgements. 0 means no backup. Any integer between 0 and 6. Default is 0, setting bigger than 6 has no effect. rtIDMapping.properties:16
com.openexchange.hazelcast.configuration.map.readBackupData true Can we read the local backup entries? Default value is false for strong consistency. Being able to read backup data will give you greater performance. rtIDMapping.properties:21
com.openexchange.hazelcast.configuration.map.name rtIDMapping-1 The name of the map. Don't change this on your own. rtIDMapping.properties:24
com.openexchange.hazelcast.configuration.map.backupCount 1 Number of backups. If 1 is set as the backup-count for example, then all entries of the map will be copied to another JVM for fail-safety. 0 means no backup. rtResourceDirectory.properties:11
com.openexchange.hazelcast.configuration.map.asyncBackupCount 0 Number of nodes with async backups. Async backups do not block operations and do not require acknowledgements. 0 means no backup. Any integer between 0 and 6. Default is 0, setting bigger than 6 has no effect. rtResourceDirectory.properties:16
com.openexchange.hazelcast.configuration.map.readBackupData true Can we read the local backup entries? Default value is false for strong consistency. Being able to read backup data will give you greater performance. rtResourceDirectory.properties:21
com.openexchange.hazelcast.configuration.map.name rtResourceDirectory-2 The name of the map. Don't change this on your own. rtResourceDirectory.properties:24
com.openexchange.hazelcast.configuration.map.maxIdleSeconds 86400 Maximum number of seconds for each entry to stay idle in the map. Entries that are idle (not touched) for more than <max-idle-seconds> will get automatically evicted from the map. Entry is touched if get, put or containsKey is called. Any integer between 0 and Integer.MAX_VALUE. 0 means infinite. rtResourceDirectory.properties:31
com.openexchange.hazelcast.configuration.map.backupCount 1 Number of backups. If 1 is set as the backup-count for example, then all entries of the map will be copied to another JVM for fail-safety. 0 means no backup. rtStanzaStorage.properties:11
com.openexchange.hazelcast.configuration.map.asyncBackupCount 0 Number of nodes with async backups. Async backups do not block operations and do not require acknowledgements. 0 means no backup. Any integer between 0 and 6. Default is 0, setting bigger than 6 has no effect. rtStanzaStorage.properties:16
com.openexchange.hazelcast.configuration.map.readBackupData true Can we read the local backup entries? Default value is false for strong consistency. Being able to read backup data will give you greater performance. rtStanzaStorage.properties:21
com.openexchange.hazelcast.configuration.map.name rtStanzaStorage-0 The name of the map. Don't change this on your own. rtStanzaStorage.properties:24
com.openexchange.hazelcast.configuration.map.maxIdleSeconds 3600 Maximum number of seconds for each entry to stay idle in the map. Entries that are idle (not touched) for more than <max-idle-seconds> will get automatically evicted from the map. Entry is touched if get, put or containsKey is called. Any integer between 0 and Integer.MAX_VALUE. 0 means infinite. rtStanzaStorage.properties:31
com.openexchange.secret.secretSource "<password>" Specifies the source for secret (used to decrypt/encrypt user passwords) <password>: Denotes the session's password (also the fall-back to previous handling) <user-id>: Denotes the user identifier <context-id>: Denotes the context identifier <random>: Denotes the value specified in property 'com.openexchange.secret.secretRandom' <list>: Step-wise trial-and-error with tokens specified in file 'secrets' Literals are surrounded by single-quotes E.g. com.openexchange.secret.secretSource="<user-id> + '@' + <context-id>" secret.properties:11
com.openexchange.secret.secretRandom eb495148-a9f8-441e-8a28-dcb9eecd60f9 The random secret token secret.properties:14
com.openexchange.cookie.hash calculate Whether the hash value for the cookie name should be calculated or remembered from the session for each request. Possible values are: calculate (default) - Calculate hash from client login parameter and HTTP header User-Agent (may be modified through c.o.cookie.hash.fields) remember - remember once calculated hash in session and use it for the whole session life time (less secure) server.properties:101
com.openexchange.cookie.hash.salt replaceMe1234567890 Cookie hash salt to avoid a potential brute force attack to cookie hashes. This value should be replaced by any random String with at least 16 Characters. server.properties:105
com.openexchange.forceHTTPS false If an HTTPS connection is detected the cookie is automatically marked as secure. This tells the browser only to send the cookie over encrypted connections. If HTTPS is terminated in front by some load balancer only HTTP is detected. Then this parameter can force to set the secure flag for cookies. Additionally all links generated inside the groupware to point at itself will use the https:// protocol prefix when this is set. Use this flag to indicate that HTTPS termination happens elsewhere. server.properties:111
com.openexchange.servlet.maxActiveSessions 250000 The maximum number of active sessions that will be created by this Manager, or -1 for no limit. Default is 250.000 HTTP sessions server.properties:115
UPLOAD_DIRECTORY /var/spool/open-xchange/uploads Upload Parameter. All uploads that are done by a client are temporarily saved in that directory. server.properties:12
com.openexchange.servlet.maxInactiveInterval 1800 The initial maximum time interval, in seconds, between client requests before a HTTP session is invalidated. This only applies to the HTTP session controlled by special JSESSIONID cookie, and does therefore not influence life-time of Groupware session. A negative value will result in sessions never timing out. If the attribute is not provided, a default of 1800 seconds is used. server.properties:121
com.openexchange.servlet.maxBodySize 104857600 Specify the maximum body size allowed being transferred via PUT or POST method A request exceeding that limit will be responded with a 500 error and that request is discarded Equal or less than zero means no restriction concerning body size By default limit is set to 100MB (104857600 bytes). server.properties:127
com.openexchange.servlet.echoHeaderName X-Echo-Header Specify the name of the echo header whose value is echoed for each request providing that header server.properties:130
com.openexchange.servlet.contentSecurityPolicy "" The value of Content-Security-Policy header Please refer to An Introduction to Content Security Policy (http://www.html5rocks.com/en/tutorials/security/content-security-policy/) Default value is empty; meaning no Content-Security-Policy header server.properties:135
com.openexchange.servlet.maxRateTimeWindow 300000 Specify the rate limit' time window in which to track incoming HTTP requests Default value is 300000 (5 minutes). server.properties:139
com.openexchange.servlet.maxRate 1500 Specify the rate limit that applies to incoming HTTP requests A client that exceeds that limit will receive a "429 Too Many Requests" HTTP error code That rate limit acts like a sliding window time frame; meaning that it considers only requests that fit into time windows specified through "com.openexchange.servlet.maxRateTimeWindow" from current time stamp: window-end := $now window-start := $window-end - $maxRateTimeWindow Default value is 1500 requests per $maxRateTimeWindow (default: 5 minutes). server.properties:148
com.openexchange.servlet.maxRateLenientModules rt, system Specify those AJAX-accessible modules which are excluded from the rate limit checks Default value: rt, system server.properties:152
com.openexchange.servlet.maxRateLenientClients "Open-Xchange .NET HTTP Client*", "Open-Xchange USM HTTP Client*", "Jakarta Commons-HttpClient*" Specify (wildcard notation supported) those User-Agents which are excluded from the rate limit checks Default value: "Open-Xchange .NET HTTP Client*", "Open-Xchange USM HTTP Client*", "Jakarta Commons-HttpClient*" server.properties:156
com.openexchange.servlet.maxRateKeyPartProviders Specify how to associate a rate limit with a HTTP request By default a rate limit is associated with that tuple of { remote-address, user-agent } This does not apply to all scenarios. Therefore it is possible to specify more parts in a comma-separated list that build up the key. Possible values are: - "http-session" := The identifier of the request-associated HTTP session aka JSESSIONID cookie - "cookie-" + <cookie-name> := Specifies the (ignore-case) name of the arbitrary cookie whose value is considered. If missing it is ignored. - "header-" + <header-name> := Specifies the (ignore-case) name of the arbitrary header whose value is considered. If missing it is ignored. - "parameter-" + <parameter-name> := Specifies the (ignore-case) name of the arbitrary parameter whose value is considered. If missing it is ignored. E.g. com.openexchange.servlet.maxRateKeyPartProviders=cookie-My-Secret-Cookie, parameter-request_num Default is empty; meaning only remote-address and user-agent are considered server.properties:170
com.openexchange.log.suppressedCategories USER_INPUT Specifies a comma-separated list of those error categories that shall not be logged Default value is: USER_INPUT server.properties:174
com.openexchange.log.maxMessageLength -1 Specifies max. message length to log. Messages that exceed that limit are split. A value of less than 1 means unlimited. Default is -1 (unlimited) server.properties:179
com.openexchange.json.maxSize 2500 Specify the max. number of allowed attributes for a JSON object server.properties:182
com.openexchange.webdav.disabled false Setting this to true means that the WebDav XML servlets for attachments, calendar, contacts and tasks will be disabled. On requests to these servlets a service-not-available (503) response will be sent. See "webdav-disabled-message.txt" to customize the detailed error message that will be sent. server.properties:187
com.openexchange.ajax.response.includeStackTraceOnError false Whether the JSON response object should provide the stack trace of the associated exception server.properties:190
com.openexchange.connector.networkListenerHost 127.0.0.1 The host for the connector's (ajp, http) network listener. Set to "*" if you want to listen on all available interfaces. Default value: 127.0.0.1, bind to localhost only. server.properties:195
com.openexchange.connector.networkListenerPort 8009 The default port for the connector's (ajp, http) network listener. Default value: 8009. server.properties:199
MAX_UPLOAD_SIZE 104857600 If the sum of all uploaded files in one request is greater than this value, the upload will be rejected. This value can be overridden on a per-module basis by setting the MAX_UPLOAD_SIZE parameter in the modules config file (attachment.properties or infostore.properties). Or it can be overriden on a per-user basis by setting the upload_quota in the mail configuration of this user If this value is set to 0 and not overridden by the module config or user config uploads will be unrestricted. The size is in bytes. server.properties:20
com.openexchange.connector.maxRequestParameters 30 Specify the max. number of allowed request parameters for the connector (ajp, http) Default value: 30 server.properties:203
com.openexchange.server.backendRoute OX0 To enable proper load balancing and request routing from {client1, client2 .. .} --> balancer --> {backend1, backend2 ...} we have to append a backend route to the JSESSIONID cookies separated by a '.'. It's important that this backend route is unique for every single backend behind the load balancer. The string has to be a sequence of characters excluding semi-colon, comma and white space so the JSESSIONID cookie stays in accordance with the cookie specification after we append the backendroute to it. Default value: OX0 server.properties:213
com.openexchange.server.considerXForwards true Decides if we should consider X-Forward-Headers that reach the backend. Those can be spoofed by clients so we have to make sure to consider the headers only if the proxy/proxies reliably override those headers for incoming requests. Default value: true server.properties:219
com.openexchange.server.forHeader X-Forwarded-For The name of the protocolHeader used to identify the originating IP address of a client connecting to a web server through an HTTP proxy or load balancer. This is needed for grizzly based setups that make use of http proxying. If the header isn't found the first proxy in front of grizzly will be used as originating IP/remote address. Default value: X-Forwarded-For server.properties:227
com.openexchange.server.knownProxies A list of know proxies in front of our httpserver/balancer as comma separated IPs e.g: 192.168.1.50, 192.168.1.51 server.properties:230
com.openexchange.html.css.parse.timeout 4 Specify the amount of seconds to wait for a CSS content being parsed This property influences parsing of HTML messages. If CSS could not be parsed in time, CSS is stripped from message's content. Default value is 4 server.properties:235
MAX_UPLOAD_IDLE_TIME_MILLIS 300000 The max. idle time in milliseconds for an uploaded file temporary stored in upload directory server.properties:24
com.openexchange.log.suppressedCategories USER_INPUT Specify the OXException categories (comma separted) to be suppressed when logging. The Exception itself will still be logged as configured, but the StackTraces are omitted. Valid categories are ERROR, TRY_AGAIN, USER_INPUT, PERMISSION_DENIED, CONFIGURATION, CONNECTIVITY, SERVICE_DOWN, TRUNCATED, CONFLICT, CAPACITY, WARNING Default is USER_INPUT. server.properties:241
com.openexchange.rest.services.basic-auth.login Specify the user name used for HTTP basic auth by internal REST servlet Both settings need to be set in order to have basic auth enabled - "com.openexchange.rest.services.basic-auth.login" and "com.openexchange.rest.services.basic-auth.password" Default is empty. Please change! server.properties:248
com.openexchange.rest.services.basic-auth.password Specify the password used for HTTP basic auth by internal REST servlet Both settings need to be set in order to have basic auth enabled - "com.openexchange.rest.services.basic-auth.login" and "com.openexchange.rest.services.basic-auth.password" Default is empty. Please change! server.properties:255
MAX_BODY_SIZE 0 The max. HTTP body size Zero or less means infinite. /!\ Deprecated: Use "com.openexchange.servlet.maxBodySize" instead /!\ server.properties:29
com.openexchange.defaultMaxConcurrentAJAXRequests 100 The default max. number of allowed concurrent requests per user This property only has effect if no individual value has been specified for active user A value less than or equal to zero means infinite server.properties:34
DefaultEncoding UTF-8 DEFAULT ENCODING FOR INCOMING HTTP REQUESTS This value MUST be equal to web server's default encoding server.properties:38
com.openexchange.MinimumSearchCharacters 0 Minimum number of characters a search pattern must contain. 0 means no minimum. This should prevent slow searches for contacts or big responses in large contexts. server.properties:43
PUBLISH_REVOKE e-mail address of a person that can be called if data has been published and the actual owner of the data objects to the publication. If removed or left empty, the e-maill address of the context admin is used. server.properties:48
com.openexchange.IPCheck true On session validation of every request the client IP address is compared with the client IP address used for the login request. If this configuration parameter is set to "true" and the client IP addresses do not match the request will be denied and the denied request is logged with level info. Setting this parameter to "false" will only log the different client IP addresses with debug level. WARNING! This should be only set to "false" if you know what you are doing and if all requests are secure - requests are always encrypted by using HTTPS. server.properties:56
com.openexchange.IPMaskV4 Subnet mask for accepting IP-ranges. Using CIDR-Notation for v4 and v6 or dotted decimal only for v4. Examples: com.openexchange.IPMaskV4=255.255.255.0 com.openexchange.IPMaskV4=/24 com.openexchange.IPMaskV6=/60 server.properties:64
com.openexchange.IPMaskV6 server.properties:65
com.openexchange.IPCheckWhitelist Specify a comma-separated list of client patterns that do bypass IP check E.g. com.openexchange.IPCheckWhitelist="Mobile App*", "Foo*" server.properties:69
com.openexchange.UIWebPath /ox6/index.html Configures the path on the web server where the UI is located. This path is used to generate links directly into the UI. The default conforms to the path where the UI is installed by the standard packages on the web server. This path is used for the [uiwebpath]. For the Open-Xchange 6 frontend the path needs to be configured to "/ox6/index.html" which is still the default. For the App Suite frontend the path needs to be configured to "/appsuite/". server.properties:75
com.openexchange.dispatcher.prefix /ajax/ Specify the prefix for Central Dispatcher framework (the Open-Xchange AJAX interface) server.properties:78
PrefetchEnabled true Enable or disable SearchIterator prefetch. If prefetch is enabled the underlying ResultSet data is completely stored and all related resources are released immediately when creating a SearchIterator. Possible values: TRUE / FALSE server.properties:8
com.openexchange.cookie.ttl 1W The time-to-live for session, secret and JSESSIONID cookie. Note: Time-to-live is only relevant for session and secret cookie, if autologin is enabled as well. Autologin is configured in sessiond.properties by "com.openexchange.sessiond.autologin" property. Can contain units of measurement: D (=days) W(=weeks) H(=hours). Special identifier "web-browser" to let the Cookie(s) be deleted when the Web browser exits server.properties:87
com.openexchange.cookie.httpOnly true Whether the "; HttpOnly" should be appended to server cookies exits server.properties:90
com.openexchange.servlet.maxRateLenientRemoteAddresses That property allows to specify (wildcard notation supported) those remote addresses/IPs which are excluded from the rate limit checks. Default value is empty. server.properties
com.openexchange.preview.thumbnail.blockingWorker false The backend either delivers a thumbnail when it's available from cache or fails fast while initiating the thumbnail creation/caching in the background. The advantage is that clients aren't blocked and can simply retry later when the thumbnail can be delivered from cache. If there is no cache configured for the user/context: We either have to generate the thumbnail on the fly which has the potential to block the whole client by occupying the max number of allowed connections to the domain or simply fail fast which leaves the client responsive but without thumbnails Default value is "false" to keep the client responsive. server.properties
com.openexchange.hazelcast.configuration.map.backupCount 1 Number of backups. If 1 is set as the backup-count for example, then all entries of the map will be copied to another JVM for fail-safety. 0 means no backup. sessionId2tokenHz.properties:11
com.openexchange.hazelcast.configuration.map.asyncBackupCount 0 Number of nodes with async backups. Async backups do not block operations and do not require acknowledgements. 0 means no backup. Any integer between 0 and 6. Default is 0, setting bigger than 6 has no effect. sessionId2tokenHz.properties:16
com.openexchange.hazelcast.configuration.map.readBackupData true Can we read the local backup entries? Default value is false for strong consistency. Being able to read backup data will give you greater performance. sessionId2tokenHz.properties:21
com.openexchange.hazelcast.configuration.map.name sessionId2token-1 The name of the map. Don't change this on your own. sessionId2tokenHz.properties:24
com.openexchange.hazelcast.configuration.map.maxIdleSeconds 300 Maximum number of seconds for each entry to stay idle in the map. Entries that are idle (not touched) for more than <max-idle-seconds> will get automatically evicted from the map. Entry is touched if get, put or containsKey is called. Any integer between 0 and Integer.MAX_VALUE. 0 means infinite. This value should be set equal to value of property "com.openexchange.tokenlogin.maxIdleTime" in file "tokenlogin.properties". Defaults to 300 (5 minutes). sessionId2tokenHz.properties:33
com.openexchange.sessiond.maxSessionPerClient 0 Specify the number of sessions allowed per client (Web UI, EAS, WebDAV, ...) and user. A value equal to or less than zero means unlimited sessiond.properties:13
com.openexchange.sessiond.sessionDefaultLifeTime 3600000 Life time (in milliseconds) of a session in the short term session containers. After this time the session is put into the long life time container and all temporary session data is removed. This only applies if com.openexchange.sessiond.autologin is enabled. Short term session containers are rotated every 6 minutes. Therefore this value should be a multiple of 6 minutes. Default is 3600000 sessiond.properties:20
com.openexchange.sessiond.sessionLongLifeTime 1W This amount of time a session can live without any interaction, if com.openexchange.sessiond.autologin is enabled. First the session lives in the short term session container, see configuration option com.openexchange.sessiond.sessionDefaultLifeTime. Then the session is moved into the long term session container. The session can be restored from here, but it won't have any temporary session data anymore. Restoring temporary session data may cause some slower functionality and maybe temporary errors on image, proxy data or the like. The overall time a session can live is defined by this option. The life time in the long term session container is the time configured here subtracted by the time in the short term session container. Can contain units of measurement: D(=days) W(=weeks) H(=hours) M(=minutes). Long term session containers are rotated every hour. Therefore this value should be a multiple of 1 hour. sessiond.properties:30
com.openexchange.sessiond.randomTokenTimeout 30000 The random token to access a newly created session is valid for this configured time. Can contain units of measurement: D(=days) W(=weeks) H(=hours) M(=minutes). sessiond.properties:34
com.openexchange.sessiond.autologin false Whether autologin is allowed or not sessiond.properties:37
com.openexchange.sessiond.encryptionKey auw948cz,spdfgibcsp9e8ri+<#qawcghgifzign7c6gnrns9oysoeivn Key to encrypt passwords during transmission during session migration. Change this, and make sure it's the same in the entire cluster sessiond.properties:44
com.openexchange.sessiond.asyncPutToSessionStorage true Specify if sessions shall be put asynchronously to session storage Default is true sessiond.properties:48
com.openexchange.sessiond.maxSession 50000 Maximum number of concurrent sessions, 0 stands for unlimited sessiond.properties:6
com.openexchange.sessiond.maxSessionPerUser 100 Maximum number of concurrent sessions per user, a value less than or equal to zero means unlimited sessiond.properties:9
com.openexchange.sessiond.remoteParameterNames Specifies the colon-separated names of such parameters that are supposed to be taken over from session to stored session representation. The parameter names MUST NOT contain the ':' colon character that serves a delimiter. E.g. com.openexchange.sessiond.remoteParameterNames=remoteParameter1:remoteParameter2:...:remoteParameterN # By default this setting is empty.Maximum number of concurrent sessions per user, a value less than or equal to zero means unlimited sessiond.properties
com.openexchange.sessiond.useDistributedTokenSessions false controls whether local or distributed token-sessions are supposed to be managed. Default is false (local-only). sessiond.properties
com.openexchange.hazelcast.configuration.map.backupCount 1 Number of backups. If 1 is set as the backup-count for example, then all entries of the map will be copied to another JVM for fail-safety. 0 means no backup. sessions.properties:11
com.openexchange.hazelcast.configuration.map.asyncBackupCount 0 Number of nodes with async backups. Async backups do not block operations and do not require acknowledgements. 0 means no backup. Any integer between 0 and 6. Default is 0, setting bigger than 6 has no effect. sessions.properties:16
com.openexchange.hazelcast.configuration.map.readBackupData true Can we read the local backup entries? Default value is false for strong consistency. Being able to read backup data will give you greater performance. sessions.properties:21
com.openexchange.hazelcast.configuration.map.name sessions-6 The name of the map. Don't change this on your own. sessions.properties:24
com.openexchange.hazelcast.configuration.map.maxIdleSeconds 640000 Maximum number of seconds for each entry to stay idle in the map. Entries that are idle (not touched) for more than <max-idle-seconds> will get automatically evicted from the map. Entry is touched if get, put or containsKey is called. Any integer between 0 and Integer.MAX_VALUE. 0 means infinite. To avoid unnecessary eviction, the value should be higher than the configured 'com.openexchange.sessiond.sessionLongLifeTime' in 'sessiond.properties'. Defaults to 640000 (a bit more than a week). sessions.properties:33
com.openexchange.sessionstorage.hazelcast.enabled true Enabled/disable Hazelcast-based session storage sessionstorage-hazelcast.properties:4
com.openexchange.mail.smal.blacklist * Specify host names of mail backends that shall be excluded from index access. If set to *, only the primary mail account is allowed to be indexed. Leave empty to allow indexing for all external mail accounts. Example: gmail.com,googlemail.com smal.properties:8
com.openexchange.smtp.smtpAuthEnc UTF-8 Define the encoding for SMTP authentication Default is UTF-8 smtp.properties:11
com.openexchange.smtp.smtpAuthentication true Enable/disable SMTP Authentication Default is true smtp.properties:15
com.openexchange.smtp.setSMTPEnvelopeFrom false Defines if SMTP header ENVELOPE-FROM should be explicitly set to user's primary email address or not Default is false smtp.properties:20
com.openexchange.smtp.smtpTimeout 50000 Define the socket I/O timeout value in milliseconds. A value less than or equal to zero is infinite timeout. See also mail.smtp.timeout Default is 50000 smtp.properties:25
com.openexchange.smtp.smtpConnectionTimeout 10000 Define the socket connection timeout value in milliseconds. A value less or equal to zero is infinite timeout. See also mail.smtp.connectiontimeout Default is 10000 smtp.properties:30
com.openexchange.smtp.logTransport false Specifies whether a transported message shall be logged providing "Message-Id" header, login, and SMTP server information Default is false smtp.properties:34
com.openexchange.smtp.ssl.protocols SSLv3 TLSv1 Specifies the SSL protocols that will be enabled for SSL connections. The property value is a whitespace separated list of tokens. Default value is: SSLv3 TLSv1 smtp.properties:38
com.openexchange.smtp.ssl.ciphersuites Specifies the SSL cipher suites that will be enabled for SSL connections. The property value is a whitespace separated list of tokens. Check "http://<ox-grizzly-hostname>:<ox-grizzly-port>/stats/diagnostic?param=ciphersuites" to check available cipher suites. Default value is empty (fall-back to current JVM's default SSL cipher suite) smtp.properties:45
com.openexchange.smtp.smtpLocalhost null The localhost name that is going to be used on SMTP's HELO or EHLO command. The default is set to InetAddress.getLocalHost().getHostName() but if either JDK or name service are not configured properly, this routine fails and the HELO or EHLO command is send without a name which leads to an error: "501 HELO requires domain address" The value "null" falls back to InetAddress.getLocalHost().getHostName() which works in most cases. Default is "null" smtp.properties:7
com.openexchange.nosql.cassandra.snappyjava.nativelibs @oxsnappydir@/lib Path for native libs snappy.properties:2
com.openexchange.soap.cxf.entityExpansionLimit 128000 Java platform limits the number of entity expansions that are allowed for a single XML document. Default is 128000, which is considered to be a pretty large number for any real life application. However, if any application does need to have a higher limit, this property (which maps to 'entityExpansionLimit' system property) can be increased to the desired size. Setting it to 0 (zero) means unlimited. Default value is 128000 soap-cxf.properties:18
com.openexchange.soap.cxf.baseAddress Specify the base address for published end points; e.g. "http://www.myserver.com/myservices" Default is empty; meaning to use running machine's address soap-cxf.properties:5
com.openexchange.soap.cxf.hideServiceListPage false Specify whether to hice service list page Default is false soap-cxf.properties:9
com.openexchange.soap.cxf.disableAddressUpdates true prevents the URL manipulation Default is true soap-cxf.properties:25
com.openexchange.solr.solrHome /opt/open-xchange/solr This is the path to the home directory of the embedded Solr server. Don't change this unless you know what you are doing! solr.properties:10
com.openexchange.solr.libDir /opt/open-xchange/solr/lib This is the path to the library directory of the embedded Solr server. Don't change this unless you know what you are doing! solr.properties:14
com.openexchange.solr.configDir /opt/open-xchange/solr/conf This is the path to the configuration directory of the embedded Solr server. Don't change this unless you know what you are doing! solr.properties:18
com.openexchange.solr.schemaMail /opt/open-xchange/solr/conf/schema-mail.xml This is the path to the schema file for the mail index. Don't change this unless you know what you are doing! solr.properties:22
com.openexchange.solr.configMail /opt/open-xchange/solr/conf/solrconfig-mail.xml This is the path to the configuration file for the mail index. Don't change this unless you know what you are doing! solr.properties:26
com.openexchange.solr.schemaInfostore /opt/open-xchange/solr/conf/schema-infostore.xml This is the path to the schema file for the infostore index. Don't change this unless you know what you are doing! solr.properties:30
com.openexchange.solr.configInfostore /opt/open-xchange/solr/conf/solrconfig-infostore.xml This is the path to the configuration file for the infostore index. Don't change this unless you know what you are doing! solr.properties:34
com.openexchange.solr.schemaAttachments /opt/open-xchange/solr/conf/schema-attachments.xml This is the path to the schema file for the attachment index. Don't change this unless you know what you are doing! solr.properties:38
com.openexchange.solr.configAttachments /opt/open-xchange/solr/conf/solrconfig-attachments.xml This is the path to the configuration file for the attachment index. Don't change this unless you know what you are doing! solr.properties:42
com.openexchange.solr.isSolrNode false Indicates whether this OX node is a Solr node or not. Being a Solr node means that this node will be used to perform Solr searches and jobs like indexing mailboxes etc. If set to false, all index search actions will be delegated to a Solr node. solr.properties:6
com.openexchange.spamhandler.spamassassin.port 783 If the mail should be send to spamd specify the port of the spamassassin daemon here spamassassin.properties:10
com.openexchange.spamhandler.spamassassin.timeout 10 If the mail should be send to spamd specify the timeout after which the try to connect is aborted here spamassassin.properties:14
com.openexchange.spamhandler.spamassassin.retries 1 If the mail should be send to spamd specify the connect retries here. spamassassin.properties:17
com.openexchange.spamhandler.spamassassin.spamd false Choose if a mail should be send to spamd afterwards spamassassin.properties:2
com.openexchange.spamhandler.spamassassin.retrysleep 1 If the mail should be send to spamd specify the connect retries sleep here. This is how log should be waited between the different tries. spamassassin.properties:21
com.openexchange.spamhandler.spamassassin.unsubscribeSpamFolders true Indicates whether the confirmed-spam/confirmed-ham folders shall automatically be unsubscribed during login. Default is true. spamassassin.properties:25
com.openexchange.spamhandler.spamassassin.hostname localhost If the mail should be send to spamd specify the hostname of the spamassassin daemon here spamassassin.properties:6
modules/com.openexchange.spamhandler.spamexperts/module true The following property enables the Spamexperts Iframe GUI-Plugins spamexperts-ui.properties:9
com.openexchange.custom.spamexperts.panel_servlet /ajax/spamexperts/panel The next property defines the mount point of the panel servlet spamexperts.properties:10
com.openexchange.custom.spamexperts.panel.api_interface_url http://demo1.spambrand.com/api/authticket/create/username/ URL of spamexperts Interface to generate new sessions spamexperts.properties:15
com.openexchange.custom.spamexperts.panel.admin_user admin This property defines the username which should be used as basic auth spamexperts.properties:21
com.openexchange.custom.spamexperts.panel.admin_password demo This property defines the password which should be used as basic auth spamexperts.properties:27
com.openexchange.custom.spamexperts.panel.api_auth_attribute mail Which user attribute should be used for authentication against panel API Possible values: - imaplogin -> Users IMAP login - mail -> Users mail address - login -> String which user entered at login mask - username -> Users "username" attribute. spamexperts.properties:37
com.openexchange.custom.spamexperts.panel.web_ui_url http://demo1.spambrand.com/?authticket= Defines the URL where the panel is available spamexperts.properties:43
com.openexchange.custom.spamexperts.imapurl the imap url to the spamexperts imap server Example: imap://myserver.example.com spamexperts.properties:55
com.openexchange.custom.spamexperts.imapuser username to authenticate against the imap server spamexperts.properties:60
com.openexchange.custom.spamexperts.imappassword password to authenticate against the imap server spamexperts.properties:65
com.openexchange.custom.spamexperts.trainspamfolder Spam Foldername of folder to place spam mails in order to train the system spamexperts.properties:70
com.openexchange.custom.spamexperts.trainhamfolder Not Spam Foldername of folder to place ham mails in order to train the system spamexperts.properties:75
com.openexchange.spamhandler.cloudmark.targetHamEmailAddress Defines the eMail address to which the selected eMails will be bounced, if they are marked as Ham. If no address is specified the bounce will be skipped, but moving the selected mails back to the Inbox will still be processed (if configured). Privacy note: This will send private mails of users to that address when marked as Ham spamhandler_cloudmark.properties:10
com.openexchange.spamhandler.cloudmark.targetSpamFolder 2 Defines to which folder the selected mails should be moved to after they have been bounced to the target eMail address. If no option is configured the selected mails will be moved to the users trash folder. Possible options are: 0 = Do not move the message at all 1 = User's trash folder (Default) 2 = User's SPAM folder 3 = Subscribed confirmed-spam folder (experimental) spamhandler_cloudmark.properties:20
com.openexchange.spamhandler.cloudmark.targetSpamEmailAddress Defines the eMail address to which the selected eMails will be bounced. If no address is specified the bounce will be skipped, but moving the selected mails to the target folder will still be processed (if configured) spamhandler_cloudmark.properties:4
driver com.mysql.jdbc.Driver sql.properties:1
driver com.mysql.jdbc.Driver sql.properties:1
driver com.mysql.jdbc.Driver sql.properties:1
driver com.mysql.jdbc.Driver sql.properties:1
driver com.mysql.jdbc.Driver sql.properties:1
login openexchange sql.properties:2
login openexchange sql.properties:2
login openexchange sql.properties:2
login openexchange sql.properties:2
login openexchange sql.properties:2
password secret sql.properties:3
password secret sql.properties:3
password secret sql.properties:3
password secret sql.properties:3
password secret sql.properties:3
url jdbc:mysql://localhost/open-xchange-db_6 sql.properties:4
url jdbc:mysql://localhost/open-xchange-db_6 sql.properties:4
url jdbc:mysql://localhost/ox_test sql.properties:4
url jdbc:mysql://localhost/ox_test sql.properties:4
url jdbc:mysql://devel-master.netline.de/openexchangeHEAD_14 sql.properties:4
com.openexchange.subscribe.autorun false Defines whether subscriptions should be run automatically on login, if a given interval has elapsed The intervals default to one day, but can be configured individually by subscription type in the subscription source specific configuration files subscribe.properties:4
serviceUsageInspection false Enabled/disable service usage inspection. If enabled, all services obtained and managed by ServiceHolder class will be tracked to ensure all services are put back (via unget) within a certain amount of time. The time range can be defined through property 'serviceUsageTimeout'. system.properties:10
serviceUsageTimeout 10000 The service usage timeout in milliseconds. This property only has effect if property 'serviceUsageInspection' is set to 'true'. system.properties:14
MimeTypeFileName mime.types Name of the MIME type file system.properties:17
UserConfigurationStorage Caching Name of the class implementing the UserConfigurationStorage. Currently known aliases: Caching, DB system.properties:21
Cache true Switch for enabling caching in the groupware. Normally this should be set to true or the database will get a lot more load. system.properties:25
CalendarSQL com.openexchange.groupware.calendar.CalendarMySQL system.properties:29
SERVER_NAME local Server name registered by registerserver in the configuration database can be read with listservers system.properties:33
com.openexchange.config.cascade.scopes user, context, contextSets, server The scopes to use in the config cascade, and their precedence system.properties:36
com.openexchange.caching.configfile cache.ccf Location of default cache configuration file system.properties:4
com.openexchange.threadpool.testinjector.freqmillis 10000 Frequency millis testinjector.properties:10
com.openexchange.threadpool.testinjector.factor 100 Increase factor testinjector.properties:13
com.openexchange.threadpool.testinjector.sleepmillis 2500 Time to waste per task testinjector.properties:16
com.openexchange.threadpool.testinjector.enabled false Enabled testinjector.properties:4
com.openexchange.threadpool.testinjector.rampup 1000 Ramp-up count testinjector.properties:7
com.openexchange.threadpool.maximumPoolSize 2147483647 The maximum number of threads to allow in the pool. Default is max. integer value of 2^31 - 1 which is considered as unlimited max. number of threads. threadpool.properties:11
com.openexchange.threadpool.keepAliveTime 60000 When the number of threads is greater than the core, this is the maximum time (in milliseconds) that excess idle threads will wait for new tasks before terminating. Default is 60000msec threadpool.properties:17
com.openexchange.threadpool.workQueue synchronous The queue type to use for holding tasks before they are executed. This queue will hold only the tasks submitted by the execute method. Supported values: synchronous and linked A synchronous queue is an appropriate choice when "com.openexchange.threadpool.maximumPoolSize" is unlimited and possible rejection of tasks is allowed. A synchronous queue has no capacity, it rather acts as a direct hand-off of tasks to an already waiting worker thread and will deny the task if there is no further worker thread to process the task. A linked queue is an appropriate choice when "com.openexchange.threadpool.maximumPoolSize" is limited and rejection of tasks is prohibited. A linked queue has a (fixed) capacity to store submitted tasks which have to wait for a worker thread to become ready. threadpool.properties:29
com.openexchange.threadpool.corePoolSize 3 The number of threads to keep in the pool, even if they are idle. If unsure follow this rule: Number of CPUs + 1 threadpool.properties:3
com.openexchange.threadpool.workQueueSize 0 The size of the work queue. Zero means unlimited size. Note: If this property is set to a value greater than zero, property "com.openexchange.threadpool.workQueue" is implicitly set to "linked" to accomplish a fixed-size work queue. threadpool.properties:34
com.openexchange.threadpool.blocking false Enable/disable blocking behavior. A blocking behavior means that caller is blocked until space becomes available in working queue. This is useful for installation with limited capacities concerning max. number of threads and a bounded blocking work queue. threadpool.properties:38
com.openexchange.threadpool.refusedExecutionBehavior abort The default behavior to obey when execution is blocked because the thread bounds and queue capacities are reached. Supported values: abort, caller-runs, discard abort: Aborts execution by throwing an appropriate exception to the caller caller-runs: The caller is considered to run the task if thread pool is unable to do so discard: The task is silently discarded. No exception is thrown. threadpool.properties:46
com.openexchange.threadpool.prestartAllCoreThreads true Starts all core threads, causing them to idly wait for work. This overrides the default policy of starting core threads only when new tasks are executed. threadpool.properties:7
com.openexchange.hazelcast.configuration.map.backupCount 1 Number of backups. If 1 is set as the backup-count for example, then all entries of the map will be copied to another JVM for fail-safety. 0 means no backup. token2sessionIdHz.properties:11
com.openexchange.hazelcast.configuration.map.asyncBackupCount 0 Number of nodes with async backups. Async backups do not block operations and do not require acknowledgements. 0 means no backup. Any integer between 0 and 6. Default is 0, setting bigger than 6 has no effect. token2sessionIdHz.properties:16
com.openexchange.hazelcast.configuration.map.readBackupData true Can we read the local backup entries? Default value is false for strong consistency. Being able to read backup data will give you greater performance. token2sessionIdHz.properties:21
com.openexchange.hazelcast.configuration.map.name token2sessionId-1 The name of the map. Don't change this on your own. token2sessionIdHz.properties:24
com.openexchange.hazelcast.configuration.map.maxIdleSeconds 300 Maximum number of seconds for each entry to stay idle in the map. Entries that are idle (not touched) for more than <max-idle-seconds> will get automatically evicted from the map. Entry is touched if get, put or containsKey is called. Any integer between 0 and Integer.MAX_VALUE. 0 means infinite. This value should be set equal to value of property "com.openexchange.tokenlogin.maxIdleTime" in file "tokenlogin.properties". Defaults to 300 (5 minutes). token2sessionIdHz.properties:33
com.openexchange.tokenlogin true Enable or disable token-login tokenlogin.properties:4
com.openexchange.tokenlogin.maxIdleTime 300000 Specify the maximum time (in milliseconds) a token may be idle before it is evicted Default is 300000 (5 minutes) tokenlogin.properties:8
com.openexchange.mail.transport.enablePublishOnExceededQuota false Enable/disable to publish email attachments if quota is exceeded rather than throwing an appropriate error. ------- /!\ Please be aware that this option requires infostore module to be enabled! /!\ ------- transport.properties:15
com.openexchange.mail.transport.publishingPublicInfostoreFolder i18n-defined Specify the name of the publishing infostore folder which is created below public infostore folder. The denoted folder is created if absent only if "com.openexchange.mail.transport.enablePublishOnExceededQuota" is enabled The special identifier "i18n-defined" indicates to use translation of text "E-Mail attachments". transport.properties:20
com.openexchange.mail.transport.publishPrimaryAccountOnly true Whether all accounts or only primary account are affected if property "com.openexchange.mail.transport.enablePublishOnExceededQuota" is enabled. transport.properties:24
com.openexchange.mail.transport.sendAttachmentToExternalRecipients false Whether external recipients shall receive file attachments instead of publication links although quota is exceeded if property "com.openexchange.mail.transport.enablePublishOnExceededQuota" is enabled. transport.properties:28
com.openexchange.mail.transport.provideLinksInAttachment false This options enables that publication links are provided in a separate "text/html" file attachment named "links.html, instead of inserting them to top of mail text. This avoids modification of original mail text. If set to "false", the publication links are inserted to top of mail text. transport.properties:33
com.openexchange.mail.transport.publishedDocumentTimeToLive 604800000 Define the time-to-live in milliseconds for published email attachments transport.properties:36
com.openexchange.mail.transport.referencedPartLimit 1048576 Define the limit in bytes for keeping an internal copy of a referenced MIME message's part when sending a mail. If a part exceeds this limit a temporary file is created holding part's copy transport.properties:4
com.openexchange.mail.transport.externalRecipientsLocale user-defined Set the identifier of the locale to use when composing text sent to external recipients; e.g "en", or "de" The special identifier "user-defined" indicates to use that locale from the user who sends the email. transport.properties:40
com.openexchange.mail.transport.removeMimeVersionInSubParts false Specify whether to strictly obey suggestion in RFC 2045 The MIME-Version header field is required at the top level of a message, but is _not_ required for each body part of a multipart entity. If set to "true", each message is processed to not contain a MIME-Version header in sub-parts Default is "false" transport.properties:46
com.openexchange.mail.defaultTransportProvider smtp The transport provider fallback if an URL does not contain/define a protocol transport.properties:7
com.openexchange.twitter.http.proxyPort The HTTP proxy port twitter.properties:10
com.openexchange.twitter.http.connectionTimeout 20000 Connection time out twitter.properties:13
com.openexchange.twitter.http.readTimeout 120000 Read time out twitter.properties:16
com.openexchange.twitter.http.retryCount 3 Retry count twitter.properties:19
com.openexchange.twitter.http.retryIntervalSecs 10 Retry interval seconds twitter.properties:22
com.openexchange.twitter.consumerKey kZX3V4AmAWwC53yA5RjHbQ The consumer key twitter.properties:28
com.openexchange.twitter.consumerSecret HvY7pVFFQSGPVu9LCoBMUhvMpS00qdtqBob99jucc The consumer secret twitter.properties:31
com.openexchange.twitter.clientVersion 2.2.3 The client version string twitter.properties:4
com.openexchange.twitter.http.proxyHost The HTTP proxy host twitter.properties:7
com.openexchange.messaging.twitter true Whether the twitter messaging service is available twittermessaging.properties:2
com.openexchange.oauth.twitter true Enable/disable Twitter OAuth bundle twitteroauth.properties:4
ui/global/toolbar/mode/value tabbased UI: Toolbar type Possible values: tabbased|simple ui.properties:11
ui/global/toolbar/mode/configurable true All user to configure the latter Possible values: true|false ui.properties:15
ui/mail/showContactImage/value true UI: Show contact images in email view Possible values: true|false ui.properties:19
ui/mail/showContactImage/configurable true All user to configure the latter Possible values: true|false Please configure the ui.yml accordingly. ui.properties:24
ui/mail/replyTo/configurable false Allow user to configure a reply-to address Possible values: true|false ui.properties:28
ui/global/windows/mode/value embedded UI: Window manager Possible values: embedded and popups ui.properties:3
ui/portal/autoRefresh false Auto refresh portal page Possible values: true|false Whenever the user accesses the portal, all visible widgets get refreshed (mail, calendar, contacts etc.). Default is false. ui.properties:34
ui/portal/customUWA true Allow custom UWA widgets Possible values: true|false Disables add, remove, edit in UI. Default is true. ui.properties:39
ui/global/expert/mode/configurable true Allow disabling of expert mode Possible values: true|false value does not affect user setting. reserved for future use. ui.properties:44
ui/global/expert/mode/value false ui.properties:45
ui/global/windows/mode/configurable true All user to configure the latter Possible values: true|false ui.properties:7
com.openexchange.outlook.updater.allowEditUrl true Set this to false if users should not be able to change the URL that points to update.xml. In that case the updater is delivered with an according installation parameter that forbids editing the URL. updater.properties
modules/com.openexchange.upsell.multiple.gui/module true upsell-multiple-gui.properties:1
com.openexchange.upsell.multiple.method.email.oxuser.template_subject /opt/open-xchange/etc/groupware/upsell_mail_subject_ox_enduser.tmpl Subject to use for emails which are sent to the ox enduser. If you need i18n support, create template with suffix "_<LANGUAGE_CODE>" Example: upsell_mail_subject_ox_enduser.tmpl_de_DE For placeholders, see above. upsell.properties:102
com.openexchange.upsell.multiple.servlet /ajax/upsell/multiple The next property defines the mount point of the servlet upsell.properties:109
com.openexchange.upsell.multiple.rmi.host 127.0.0.1 FOR TESTING, DEMO ONLY. DO NOT TOUCH IF YOU DONT KNOW WHAT THESE OPTIONS MEAN! OX API RMI Host, IF not localhost, make sure the OX accepts remote RMI connections! See AdminDaemon.properties for enabling remote connections. upsell.properties:117
com.openexchange.upsell.multiple.rmi.masteradmin oxadminmaster OX API RMI Masteradmin upsell.properties:122
com.openexchange.upsell.multiple.rmi.masteradmin.pass secret OX API RMI Masteradmin Password upsell.properties:127
com.openexchange.upsell.multiple.rmi.downgrade.accessname pim Which access-combination-name should be used for downgrading the context upsell.properties:132
com.openexchange.upsell.multiple.method.external.shop_api_url http://shop.host.com/api/generateshopurl DISABLED AT THE MOMENT! URL of the external Interface to generate "upsell URL" for customers shop or control center URL will be used in a POST request with following parameters of the logged in ox user: src = "ox_upsell" user = <ox_username> userid = <ox_user_id> pwd = <ox_user_password> cid = <ox_user_cid> mail = <ox_user_mail> login = <ox_user_full_login_from_login_mask> imaplogin = <ox_user_imap_login> clicked_feat = <clicked_feature_at_gui> upsell_plan = <clicked_upsell_plan> upsell.properties:151
com.openexchange.upsell.multiple.method static Define which Upsell method should be used Possible values: a) direct b) static, c) email direct = Redirect within IFRAME immediately to com.openexchange.upsell.multiple.method.static.shop_redir_url value after clicking one of the upsell triggers static = Redirect AFTER clicking a button within the shipped OX Upsell pages email = Send email to specific address AFTER clicking a button within the shipped OX Upsell pages upsell.properties:33
com.openexchange.upsell.multiple.method.static.shop_redir_url http://shop.host.tld/?shop=true&src=ox&user=_USER_&userid=_USERID_&mail=_MAIL_&login=_LOGIN_&imaplogin=_IMAPLOGIN_&clicked_feat=_CLICKED_FEATURE_&lang=_LANG_&cid=_CID_ b) Defines the static URL to redirect with all parameters we can pass , see below for all possible parameters upsell.properties:39
com.openexchange.upsell.multiple.method.email.address upsell@shop.host.tld c) Defines the email address where upsell will send all infos to for processing this request upsell.properties:45
com.openexchange.upsell.multiple.method.email.template /opt/open-xchange/etc/groupware/upsell_mail_body.tmpl Email template to load, if not found, hardcoded text will be used. Following placeholders will be replaced by ox users data: "_USER_" "_USERID_" "_MAIL_" "_LOGIN_" "_IMAPLOGIN" "_CLICKED_FEATURE_" "_UPSELL_PLAN_" - Not in use. "_CID_" "_LANG_" "_PURCHASE_TYPE_" - Only used if email or static method is used due to the OX upsell layout/buttons "_INVITE_" - User checked "invite my friends" checkbox in upsell box upsell.properties:63
com.openexchange.upsell.multiple.method.email.subject OX upsell in context _CID_ for user _USERID_ (_USER_) with email _MAIL_ was requested by clicking _CLICKED_FEATURE_ Mail subject to use when sending upsell request mails. See available placeholders in option above upsell.properties:68
com.openexchange.upsell.multiple.method.email.oxuser.enabled true Send info email to ox enduser to inform about upsell? upsell.properties:74
com.openexchange.upsell.multiple.method.email.oxuser.template /opt/open-xchange/etc/groupware/upsell_mail_body_ox_enduser.tmpl Following placeholders can be replaced by ox users data: "_USER_" "_USERID_" "_MAIL_" "_LOGIN_" "_IMAPLOGIN" "_CLICKED_FEATURE_" "_UPSELL_PLAN_" - Not in use. "_CID_" "_LANG_" "_PURCHASE_TYPE_" - Only used if email or static method is used due to the OX upsell layout/buttons upsell.properties:94
com.openexchange.user.contactCollectOnMailAccess false Define the default behavior whether to collect contacts on mail access Note: Appropriate user access permission still needs to be granted in order to take effect user.properties:11
com.openexchange.user.contactCollectOnMailTransport false Define the default behavior whether to collect contacts on mail transport Note: Appropriate user access permission still needs to be granted in order to take effect user.properties:15
com.openexchange.user.maxClientCount -1 Specify the max. allowed number of client identifiers stored/tracked per user A value equal to or less than zero means unlimited Default is -1 user.properties:20
com.openexchange.user.beta true Specify whether beta features are enabled/disabled per default. The value is remembered for every user in its attributes. user.properties:4
com.openexchange.folder.tree 1 Defines the default folder tree that should be used if a user has not selected one. user.properties:7
com.openexchange.oauth.xing.apiSecret REPLACE_THIS_WITH_YOUR_XING_PRODUCTIVE_SECRET The API secret xingoauth.properties:10
com.openexchange.oauth.xing.consumerKey REPLACE_THIS_WITH_YOUR_XING_PRODUCTIVE_CONSUMER_KEY The consumer key (for upsell) xingoauth.properties:13
com.openexchange.oauth.xing.consumerSecret REPLACE_THIS_WITH_YOUR_XING_PRODUCTIVE_CONSUMER_SECRET The consumer secret (for upsell) xingoauth.properties:16
com.openexchange.oauth.xing false Enable/disable xingoauth.properties:4
com.openexchange.oauth.xing.apiKey REPLACE_THIS_WITH_YOUR_XING_PRODUCTIVE_KEY The API key xingoauth.properties:7
com.openexchange.subscribe.socialplugin.xing true Enable/disable XING subscribe service xingsubscribe.properties:4
com.openexchange.oauth.yahoo false Enable/disable Yahoo OAuth support yahoooauth.properties:2
com.openexchange.oauth.yahoo.apiKey REPLACE_THIS_WITH_VALUE_OBTAINED_FROM_YAHOO yahoooauth.properties:4
com.openexchange.oauth.yahoo.apiSecret REPLACE_THIS_WITH_VALUE_OBTAINED_FROM_YAHOO yahoooauth.properties:5
com.openexchange.subscribe.socialplugin.yahoo true yahoosubscribe.properties:1
com.openexchange.subscribe.socialplugin.yahoo.autorunInterval 1d yahoosubscribe.properties:2