CommuniGate Pro allows each user to be presented on the World Wide Web with a personal Web site. The URL for the accountname@domainname Account File Storage is: http://_domainname_:_port_/~_accountname_ where the port is the WebUser port. For example, the email@example.com account has a personal Web site at: http://client1.com:8100/~jsmith
Personal Web sites use the same HTTP port as the WebUser Interface (the port 8100 by default).
In addition to the ~ prefix, an alternative prefix can be specified in the Domain Settings. The alternative prefix can be an empty string.
All Routing Rules discussed in the Access section apply to the personal Web site URLs, so Account and Domain aliases can be used in the personal Web site URLs.
Personal Web sites can be accessed without a prefix, using just the server part of the URL string. When the CommuniGate Pro server receives an HTTP connection on the its WebUser port, it uses the special Domain Routing procedure.
If the domain name user.domain.com has a DNS A-record pointing to the IP address of the CommuniGate Pro server, and the CommuniGate Pro Router has the following record: LoginPage@user.domain.com = userA@domainB.com and the Account userA exists in the CommuniGate Pro Domain domainB, then the URL http://user.domain.com/ can be used to access the personal Web site (File Storage) of the userA@domainB.com Account.
File Storage must not contain any index.wssp file. This name is reserved for the File Storage Management forms.
The home (default) page of a personal Web Site should have the default.html name. This means that when the file name is not specified explicitly, the default.html name is assumed. If a File Storage has folders (subdirectories), then the request with the http://server:port/prefix user/folder/ URL retrieves the default.html file from that subdirectory.
The name of the default page is specified as an Account Setting and it can be modified on the per-Account basis.