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PageGate Synchronization Video Tutorial

PageGate Synchronization


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PageGate Synchronization Transcript for Video:
Welcome to the tutorial on how to Synchronize multiple PageGate Servers.

In this tutorial, we'll be going over how to configure a Master and Secondary Servers.

The first step is to run the PageGate Admin on the Primary Server, so go to your start menu on the Primary Server, go to Programs, find the PageGate program group, and left click on PageGate Admin.

Once in the admin, left click on the + next to the Database Section.

In the Database section, left click on the Synchronization section.

Since this is the Primary Server, left click on the Export section.

In the export section, you should see these options.

The first option is Enable Automatic Export.

If this is enabled, the primary server will export the data that the secondary servers will then import to synchronize their data.

The next option is Export interval. This is the number of minute between synchronizations. By default, this is 60 minutes but you can set it as low as 1 minute, if you need to.

Below that, we have Export folder 1 through 8. The Primary Server can export data to up to 8 different locations. Each of these locations should be a UNC or network path that both the primary and secondary servers have access to. This is how they will share data back and forth.

Below that, you'll see these four checkboxes.

If Export carriers is checked, the primary server will synchronize its carrier list with the secondary servers.

If Export recipients is checked, the primary server will synchronize its recipient list with the secondary servers.

If Export groups is checked, the primary server will synchronize its group list with the secondary servers.

If Export security is checked, the primary server will synchronize its security settings, including the user list and configuration, with the secondary servers.

After setting your export locations, preferences, and enabling the Automatic Export, left click on Apply.

Once you've configured the Primary server to export the synchronization data, go to one of the secondary servers.

In the secondary server, go to Start - Programs - PageGate - PageGate Admin.

Once in the admin, left click on the + next to the Database Section.

In the Database section, left click on the Synchronization section.

Since this is a Secondary Server, left click on the Import section.

In the import section, you should see these options.

The first option is Enable Automatic Import.

If this is enabled, the secondary server will import the data that the primary server have exported to synchronize its data with the primary server's.

The next option is Import interval. This is the number of minute between synchronizations. By default, this is 60 minutes but you can set it as low as 1 minute, if you need to.

Next is Import Folder. This MUST match one of the Export Folders that the Primary Server is outputting its data to and should most likely be the UNC or Network path to that folder.

Below that, you'll see these four checkboxes.

If Import carriers is checked, the secondary server will synchronize its carrier list with the primary server's.

Below that, you have the option to have the synchronization data only add new data, only update existing data, add new data and update existing data, or add new data, update existing data, or remove data no longer hosted in the primary server's database.

If Import recipients is checked, the secondary server will synchronize its recipient list with the primary server's.

Below that, you have the option to have the synchronization data only add new data, only update existing data, add new data and update existing data, or add new data, update existing data, or remove data no longer hosted in the primary server's database.

If Import groups is checked, the secondary server will synchronize its group list with the primary server's.

Below that, you have the option to have the synchronization data only add new data, only update existing data, add new data and update existing data, or add new data, update existing data, or remove data no longer hosted in the primary server's database.

If Import security is checked, the secondary server will synchronize its security settings, including the user list and configuration, with the primary server's.

Below that, you have the option to have the synchronization data only add new data, only update existing data, add new data and update existing data, or add new data, update existing data, or remove data no longer hosted in the primary server's database.

After setting your import location, preferences, and enabling the Automatic Import, left click on Apply.

This concludes the tutorial on how to Synchronize multiple PageGate Servers. For more tutorials, including how to configure the PageGate Server, please visit our website, www.notepage.net

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