What the icons Status / Sessions means?
Posted by Lukas N., Last modified by Lukas N. on 18 June 2015 10:09 AM

S stands Server session (Session Server, IceWarp Server behave as receiver)
C means Client session (Session customer, IceWarp Server behave as sender)
Red means Error
Green means Success
Brown means Alert

Sessions

Monitoring of Active Sessions (Status / Sessions, choose the Type menu: Active), we have icons with yellow, green and red colors. During sessions (for example to send / receive SMTP messages or to receive POP mail), is shown in yellow and when session is completed successfully, the icon changes to green. The red icon is displayed when a fatal error occurs, for example SMTP in case of non-existent target account or DNSBL lock.

You can change the display of sessions to display sessions already completed. To do this, choose the menu type: History. At the historic session monitoring, we have icons with green, brown and red colors. The green icon appears in the case of successful sessions. The brown icon appears when occore a disconnect. In such cases, it is displayed in the log "Incomplete session" (incomplete Session). The red icon is displayed in the case of fatal errors in the session, as fatal SMTP 5xx error content filters that reject e-mails or a DNSBL rejection.


Server session (Session server)

In this type of session, IceWarp Server acts as server, client / server scenario. In other words, IceWarp is receiving a message. 

Can occur when:

- A customer wants to send a message using your IceWarp Server. IceWarp Server receives (this server session) and then sends (client session, we will see below).
- Another server want to deliver a message to a user of your IceWarp Server.
- The IceWarp commands appear always indicated by arrows left to right (>>>).

127.0.0.1 [00000A1C] Thu, 22 Apr 2004 22:01:42 +0200 Connected
127.0.0.1 [00000A1C] Thu, 22 Apr 2004 22:01:42 +0200 >>> 220-195.122.222.29 ESMTP to je gol; Thu, 22 Apr 2004 22:01:42 +0200
127.0.0.1 [00000A1C] Thu, 22 Apr 2004 22:01:42 +0200 <<< HELO localhost
127.0.0.1 [00000A1C] Thu, 22 Apr 2004 22:01:42 +0200 >>> 250 195.122.222.29 Hello localhost [127.0.0.1], pleased to meet you.
127.0.0.1 [00000A1C] Thu, 22 Apr 2004 22:01:42 +0200 <<< MAIL From:<admin@merakdemo.com>
127.0.0.1 [00000A1C] Thu, 22 Apr 2004 22:01:42 +0200 >>> 250 2.1.0 <admin@merakdemo.com>... Sender ok
127.0.0.1 [00000A1C] Thu, 22 Apr 2004 22:01:42 +0200 <<< RCPT To:<ernekerzbynek@seznam.cz>
127.0.0.1 [00000A1C] Thu, 22 Apr 2004 22:01:42 +0200 >>> 250 2.1.5 <ernekerzbynek@seznam.cz>... Recipient ok; will forward
127.0.0.1 [00000A1C] Thu, 22 Apr 2004 22:01:42 +0200 <<< DATA
127.0.0.1 [00000A1C] Thu, 22 Apr 2004 22:01:42 +0200 >>> 354 Enter mail, end with '.' on a line by itself
127.0.0.1 [00000A1C] Thu, 22 Apr 2004 22:01:43 +0200 *** <admin@merakdemo.com> <ernekerzbynek@seznam.cz> 1 348 00:00:00 OK
127.0.0.1 [00000A1C] Thu, 22 Apr 2004 22:01:43 +0200 >>> 250 2.6.0 348 bytes received in 00:00:00; Message accepted for delivery
127.0.0.1 [00000A1C] Thu, 22 Apr 2004 22:01:43 +0200 <<< QUIT
127.0.0.1 [00000A1C] Thu, 22 Apr 2004 22:01:43 +0200 >>> 221 2.0.0 195.122.222.29 closing connection
SYSTEM [00000A1C] Thu, 22 Apr 2004 22:01:43 +0200 Disconnected

This is a session of IceWarp Server - the message was received by IceWarp Server


Client session (Session customer)

This type of session occurs when IceWarp Server is sending a message already received destined to another mail server.

212.80.76.44 [00000F6C] Thu, 22 Apr 2004 22:01:50 +0200 Client session Connected
212.80.76.44 [00000F6C] Thu, 22 Apr 2004 22:01:50 +0200 Client session <<< 220 email.seznam.cz - Email zdarma na cely zivot ESMTP
212.80.76.44 [00000F6C] Thu, 22 Apr 2004 22:01:50 +0200 Client session >>> EHLO 195.122.222.29
212.80.76.44 [00000F6C] Thu, 22 Apr 2004 22:01:50 +0200 Client session <<< 250 8BITMIME
212.80.76.44 [00000F6C] Thu, 22 Apr 2004 22:01:50 +0200 Client session >>> MAIL From:<admin@merakdemo.com>
212.80.76.44 [00000F6C] Thu, 22 Apr 2004 22:01:50 +0200 Client session <<< 250 ok
212.80.76.44 [00000F6C] Thu, 22 Apr 2004 22:01:50 +0200 Client session >>> RCPT To:<ernekerzbynek@seznam.cz>
212.80.76.44 [00000F6C] Thu, 22 Apr 2004 22:01:50 +0200 Client session <<< 250 ok
212.80.76.44 [00000F6C] Thu, 22 Apr 2004 22:01:50 +0200 Client session >>> DATA
212.80.76.44 [00000F6C] Thu, 22 Apr 2004 22:01:50 +0200 Client session <<< 354 go ahead
212.80.76.44 [00000F6C] Thu, 22 Apr 2004 22:01:51 +0200 Client session <<< 250 ok 1082664147 qp 10068
212.80.76.44 [00000F6C] Thu, 22 Apr 2004 22:01:51 +0200 Client session *** <admin@merakdemo.com> <ernekerzbynek@seznam.cz> 1 521 00:00:00 OK
212.80.76.44 [00000F6C] Thu, 22 Apr 2004 22:01:51 +0200 Client session >>> QUIT
212.80.76.44 [00000F6C] Thu, 22 Apr 2004 22:01:51 +0200 Client session <<< 221 email.seznam.cz
SYSTEM [00000F6C] Thu, 22 Apr 2004 22:01:51 +0200 Client session Disconnected

This is a session where the IceWarp Server sended the message that was received on the server session described earlier, to the recipient that is on a remote server. The IceWarp commands appear always indicated by arrows left to right (>>>).

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