After installation of iRedMail Mail server, you’ll obviously want to add a new domain and user accounts whose mailboxes are to be hosted on iRedMail server. This guide has been written to help new iRedMail Admin users add domains and user accounts to iRedMail server.

Step 1: Login to iRedMail admin portal

Access Web admin panel (iRedAdmin) on https://your_server_domain/iredadmin/

install iredmail centos 11

Use the credentials provided during installation to login. On Login, you’ll see a dashboard which looks similar to below.

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Step 2: Add Mail Domain on iRedMail

To add a new Domain, navigate to Add > Domain

iredmail add domain

Provide domain name and optionally Company or Organization name owning the domain. Click save when done to add the domain.

iredmail add domain save

Choose to enable the domain and save changes.

Step 3: Add User Account on iRedMail

After creating a Domain on iRedMail, you can proceed to add Mail users to the domain. To achieve this, navigate to Add > User

iredmail add user

Provider user account details:

  • Mail username – This will come before domain section
  • Provide user account password – You can use random password generated on the right section
  • User Account Display name – usually First and Last name for the user
  • Maibox Quota – optionally storage limit in MB for user mailbox.

Confirm the settings then click “Add” to add user account to iRedMail. More user information can be added on the next page.

iredmail add user more details

This include the option to make user a Global iRedMail administrator. When done adding additional information, click on the “Save changes” button.

Step 4: Update Domain MX record

The MX record of your Domain added should be modified to point to the iRedMail server. Once the DNS record is updated, confirm the population using the dig command.

$ dig MX example.com

Access Roundcube webmail or SoGo to enjoy sending and receiving emails on iRedMail server.

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