DWebPro Stand Alone Web Server
Getting Started with DWebPro
What is DWebPro?
System Requirements
DWebPro Architecture
Compatibility Issues
ASP.NET Compatibility
ColdFusion Compatibility
ASP Classic 3.0 Support
The aspisapi.ini Configuration File
The Server.NewMail Object
The Server.Registry Object
The Request.Upload Object
Where to Obtain Technical Assistance
Changes since DWebPro 5.2
Configuring DWebPro
Add-On Packages
DWebPro Configurator Tabs
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SMTP Server
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PHP Extensions
The php_dwebpro Extension
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DWebPro Service
Frequently Asked Questions
General FAQs
Primary Web Server FAQs
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PHP and MySQL FAQs
ASP Classic 3.0 and Microsoft Access FAQs
Licensing FAQs
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HOWTOs / Tutorials
How To Create Your CD/DVD
How To Read DWebPro Internal Constants From Code
How To Distribute a PHP/MySQL Web Site With DWebPro
How To Distribute ASP Classic 3.0/Microsoft Access Web Site With DWebPro
How To Use Microsoft Access Database On CD/DVD
How To Test a DWebPro Project Without Burning CDs/DVDs
Virtual CD-ROM Control Panel Setup
Create the ISO image
Activate the ISO image
How To Create An Install Package With DWebPro
How To Test Your Install Packages With The FREE License
How To Protect Your License From Stealing With The DWebPro License Bundler
How To Protect Your PHP and ASP Classic 3.0 source Code From Stealing With The DWebPro Encoder
How To Translate The DWebPro Interface
How To Personalize The HTTP Error Messages
How To Create A Trial Version Of Your Web Applications With DWebPro
How To ReBrand DWebPro With A DWebPro ReBrand License
How To Test Your mod_rewrite Directives With The Rewrite Engine Tester
License
DWebPro Licensing Model
Limitations of the Free License
DWebPro EULA
Copyright Notes

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SMTP Server

The SMTP Server tab enables you to configure the SMTP Server.

The SMTP tab, showing SMTP Server Type and On Timeout Send Type options
The SMTP tab, showing SMTP Server Type and On Timeout Send Type options


The SMTP tab, showing Relay Server Type and On Count Reached Send Type options
The SMTP tab, showing Relay Server Type and On Count Reached Send Type options

DWebPro's SMTP Server functions in two modes (Server Type):

  • Via SMTP
  • Relay

If the SMTP Server is launched with the Via SMTP option, it will rely on an external SMTP server for sending email. If the SMTP Server is launched with the Relay option, it will rely on a DNS server for resolving the email receiver's domain names and then try to send the email directly to those servers, exactly like a classic SMTP server would.

Sending email can occur in three different modes (Send Type):

  • Transparent
  • On Timeout
  • On Count Reached

If the Transparent option is used, DWebPro will attempt to transmit incoming email to the correct destination (the recipients).

If the On Timeout option is used, incoming email is queued and sent only on expiration of the previously set timeout.

If the On Count Reached option is used, incoming email is queued until reaching a previously set maximum number; only after that will the messages be sent.

The http.ini fields specific to the SMTP Server section are shown below:

[SMTP]
 
; SMTP Server settings
 
Start=1
DefaultSender=smtp@dwebpro.com
Timeout=300000
ServerType=1
SendType=1
StorageDir=##TEMP##\dwebpro\smtp\spool
SendOnShutdown=1
SendUnsentMessages=0
 
; Network settings
 
IP=127.0.0.1
Port=25
FindFreePort=1
 
; Server Type settings
 
ServerViaSMTP.Host=mail.libero.it
ServerViaSMTP.Port=25
ServerRelay.DNSHost=151.99.125.2
ServerRelay.DNSPort=53
ServerRelay.DNSTimeout=6000
 
; Send Type settings
 
OnTimeoutServer.Timeout=5000
OnCountServer.Count=1
 
; AntiVirus settings
 
AntiVirusDaemon=##DWEBPRO_PATH##\engine\clamwin\bin\clamscan.exe
AntiVirusParams=-d "##DWEBPRO_PATH##\engine\clamwin\db" -i --quiet --remove "%F"

Each of the fields within the ColdFusion section are detailed below.

SMTP Server settings
Start SMTP Server
Start
Start SMTP Server specifies whether the SMTP Server will be started.
Accepted values: 0, 1
Default Sender
DefaultSender
Default Sender specifies the email address used by the SMTP Server to send the email that does not have a sender's email address specified.
Accepted values: string
Timeout (in sec)
Timeout
Timeout (in sec) specifies timeout interval, in seconds, before DWebPro returns an error. This value is saved in milliseconds, but is displayed in seconds. For example, a value of 300 in this field is saved as 300000 in http.ini.
Accepted values: integer
Server Type
ServerType
Server Type specifies the SMTP Server's working mode: Via SMTP or Relay. The Via Relay setting corresponds to a value of 0 in http.ini while the Relay setting corresponds to a value of 1 in http.ini.
Accepted values: 0, 1
Send Type
SendType
Send Type specifies the email sending mode: Transparent, On Timeout, or On Count Reached. The Transparent setting corresponds to a value of 0 in http.ini; the On Timeout setting corresponds to a value of 1 in http.ini; the On Count Reached setting corresponds to a value of 2 in http.ini.
Accepted values: 0, 1, 2
Storage Directory
StorageDir
Storage Directory specifies the path to the folder for temporarily saving queued messages. Refer to the DWebPro Internal Constants topic for additional information on paths.
Accepted values: string
Send on Shutdown
SendOnShutdown
Send on Shutdown specifies whether DWebPro attempts to send email into the spool before shutting down.
Accepted values: 0, 1
Send unsent messages
SendUnsentMessages
Send unsent messages specifies whether DWebPro attempts to send the emails not sent with during the previous usage session.
Accepted values: 0, 1
Network settings
IP
IP
IP specifies the IP address on which the SMTP Server listens.
Accepted values: string, in IPv4 format
Port
Port
Port specifies the port in which the SMTP Server listens. If modifications to this field are made, it is necessary to also modify the settings stored in the php.ini file so that the SMTP Server will work correctly with PHP.
Accepted values: string
Find Free Port
FindFreePort
Find Free Port specifies whether DWebPro searches for a free port on which to start the SMTP Server. Refer to the DWebPro Internal Constants for more information.
Accepted values: 0, 1
Server Type settings
Via SMTP: Host
ServerViaSMTP.Host
Via SMTP: Host specifies the SMTP Server to be used for sending messages. Note that this setting is used only when the Server Type option is set to Via SMTP (0).
Accepted values: string
Via SMTP: Port
ServerViaSMTP.Port
Via SMTP: Port specifies the SMTP Server's port to be used for sending messages. Note that this setting is used only when the Server Type option is set to Via SMTP (0).
Accepted values: integer
Relay: Host
ServerRelay.DNSHost
Relay: Host specifies the DNS server to be used for resolving the domain names associated to the email addresses of the outgoing messages. Note that this setting is used only when the Server Type option is set to Relay (1).
Accepted values: string
Relay: Port
ServerRelay.DNSPort
Relay: Port specifies the port the DNS server uses for sending messages. Note that this setting is used only when the Server Type option is set to Relay (1).
Accepted values: integer
Relay: Timeout (in sec)
ServerRelay.DNSTimeout
Relay: Timeout (in sec) specifies the timeout, in seconds, for the name resolution operation performed by the above-mentioned DNS server. Note that this setting is used only when the Server Type option is set to Relay (1). This value is saved in milliseconds, but is displayed in seconds. For example, a value of 6 in this field is saved as 6000 in http.ini.
Accepted values: integer
Send Type settings
Send Type On Timeout: Timeout (in sec)
OnTimeoutServer.Timeout
Send Type On Timeout: Timeout (in sec) specifies the timeout for sending messages. This value is saved in milliseconds, but is displayed in seconds. For example, a value of 5 in this field is saved as 5000 in http.ini.
Accepted values: integer
Send Type On Count Reached: Count
OnCountServer.Count
Send Type On Count Reached: Count specifies the number of messages to place in the queue before sending the messages.
Accepted values: integer
AntiVirus settings
Antivirus Daemon
AntiVirusDaemon
Antivirus Daemon specifies antivirus path. Refer to the DWebPro Internal Constants topic for additional information on paths.
Accepted values: string
Antivirus Params
AntiVirusParams
Antivirus Params specifies the parameters sent to the antivirus program. The %F string will be replaced with the name of the file that contains the email to check. Refer to the DWebPro Internal Constants for more information.
Accepted values: string

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