So you just installed OBM, congratulations! Now, what next?
The following assumes that you installed all OBM components on the same machine (e.g., by installing the obm-full package).
Connecting to your new OBM instance
- Open a browser to https://
. You should come up with something like this:
- Enter login admin0
- Enter password admin
- Press Enter or click Submit
- You're now logged in as user admin0 and you can start configuring your OBM instance.
Create your first Host
- Got to Users (top menu) > Hosts.
- Click New to create a host. You should see something like this:
- Type Local in the Name field.
- Type 127.0.0.1 in the IP field.
- Type local.global.virt in the Fully qualified name field (the fully qualified name is simply [name].[domain name] in lowercase).
- Tick the following check boxes: IMAP, SMTP In, SMTP Out, IMAP Frontend, OBM Sync, Solr; LDAP and Monitoring.
- New in 3.1.0 : Tick the new Imap Archive to use the new module (more detail).
Create your first Domain
- Go to Administration > Domains.
- Click New to create a domain. You should see something like this:
- Type local.global.virt in the Label field.
- Type local.global.virt in the Description field.
- Type local.global.virt in the Domain Name field.
- Select the Local host in the following locations: SMTP Out, IMAP, SMTP In, IMAP Frontend Servers, OBM Sync, Indexing Servers and LDAP. This screenshot shows the host creation form with all fields set:
- Click Insert Domain.
Create an administrator user for the domain
- Go to Users > Users.
- Click New to create a new user. You should see something like:
- Enter Admin in the Last Name field.
- Enter admin in the Login field.
- Choose a password and enter in in the Password field or use the Generate button to generate one.
- Select obm.domain as the Domain.
- Select admin as the user Profile.
- Check the Mail check box in the Mail section.
- Enter admin as the email address. The complete email address will be admin@[domain name].
- Click Insert User.
Apply the modifications
Now that you made various modifications to your configuration, you need to apply them it so that all OBM components are synchronized.
OBM warns you about a required update by displaying the "Yellow Pill", a round, yellow button with an exclamation mark (!) located in the top-right part of the screen.
- Click the Yellow Pill. You should see something like:
- Click the Validate button of the Global Domain section. Wait for the process to complete.
- Click the Validate button of the obm.domain section. Wait for the process to complete.
- Once the update is complete, you should come up with something like this:
- Click Logout (the link is located in the profile menu, right part of the top menu bar) to end your session with the admin0 user.
Login with your newly created user
- You should be back to the front page.
- Enter login admin.
- Enter the password you chose.
- Make sure obm.domain is the selected Domain.
- Click Submit button
Start a healthcheck
Since OBM 2.5, OBM got a Health Check system, which ensures that an OBM installation is operational. Please follow this documentation about the healthcheck.
Congratulations, you're now ready to use OBM!