All CommuniGate Pro Domain data is stored inside a file directory created in the Domains subdirectory inside the Server base directory. This directory name is the same as the Domain name. The Main Domain data is stored inside the Accounts file directory created inside the base directory.
Inside a Domain file directory, a Settings file directory is created. This directory contains files with the domain-wide data:
Access.settings: This file has the dictionary format, it ocntains the names of the users that have administrative access rights to the Server or to this DOmain, and the list of the granted rights. By storing all administrative rights in one location the CommuniGate Pro Server makes it easier to maintain server security. Only the Access.settings file stored in the Main Domain settings directory can contain the server-level administration access rights. All other Access.settings files can contain only the Domain-level ADministration access rights.
Domain.settings: This file contains the Domain Settings.
Template.settings: This file contains the Account Template for this Domain and provides the Account Settings for new Accounts in this Domain.
Aliases.data: This file contains the list of all account-level aliases specified for the Domain Accounts.
LISTS: This directory contains files with the information about the mailing lists created in the Domain.
WebSkins: This directory contains custom WebUser Interface Skins for this Domain.
PBXApp: This directory contains custom PBX Application Environment for this Domain.
Every CommuniGate Pro Account contains at least one (INBOX) Mailbox, and at least two service files. Service files have the following file name extensions:
.info: this dictionary file contains volatile Account information, such as Mailbox sizes, SIP Registrations, Event subscriptions, etc. Since the .info file is being modified rather often, the CommuniGate Pro Server is built to survive .info file corruptions. For example, if the Mailbox last UID information is corrupted, the Server rescans the Mailbox and restores the correct Mailbox info.