Connections established from the GFI Archiver Server

Port Description Protocol
25 Used by GFI Archiver when an email needs to be restored to a user’s mailbox or a notification is sent to the GFI Archiver administrator. SMTP
80 Used by the GFI Archiver user interface and web services. Required for clients to access the GFI Archiver server. HTTP
80 Enable this port when GFI Archiver is not installed with Microsoft Exchange Server. This port is required by GFI Archiver to access Microsoft Exchange and retrieve emails from the journal mailbox using EWS. HTTP
135 Enable this port when GFI Archiver is installed on the same machine as Microsoft® Exchange Server and configured to use ExOLEDBExchange OLE DB provider to retrieve emails. MAPIMessage Application Programming Interface/RPC
143 Enable this port to retrieve emails when GFI Archiver is not installed on the same server as Microsoft® Exchange Server when using IMAPInternet Message Access Protocol. IMAP
1443 Enable this port when GFI Archiver is configured to archive emails to a SQL Server® Database. Microsoft SQL ServerA Microsoft relational database management system.®
3268 Used for connections done from the GFI Archiver Server to the Domain Controller which stores the Microsoft® Global Catalog. Microsoft Global Catalog
8017, 8018, 8019, 8020, 8022 Used for communication between GFI Archiver components and services. Ensure these ports are available and free.  

Default port assigned to GFI Archiver IMAP Service. IMAP Service enables users to access archived email via IMAP from 3rd party email clients such as Thunderbird, Microsoft Outlook®, Apple Mail, Android, iOS and others.



Use the Port Changing Tool to easily change port numbers. For more information refer to Using the Port Change Tool.

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