3CX WebMeeting Server Administration
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3CX WebMeeting Server Administration

3CX WebMeeting Server Administration


The 3CX WebMeeting Server provides advanced administration tools to enable the server administrator to effectively manage 3CX WebMeeting Server operations.

Server Settings

Server settings allow the editing of parameters relating to web interface access, SMTP, Meetings, and Server Defaults. To view or edit server settings, navigate to the “Admin” page and select “Settings” from the menu on the left.

HTTP - Disable web interface access

When interfacing through an API, you can disable web interface access. To do this, check the “Enable web interface”. Root administrator can always access the web interface from the main portal URL at: https://{main portal FQDN}/mod/admin

SMTP Email Settings

Edit the SMTP credentials of the email account which is used to send the all the invitation and notification emails.

Meetings - Edit or Create new Bandwidth profiles and Video formats

Manage the “Bandwidth profiles” and “Video formats” available to users when creating a web meeting. New profiles and formats can be added by clicking “Create new”, and entering a description, bandwidth in kbps for bandwidth profiles, or video resolution for video formats. Clicking on an existing entry allows you to edit it.

E-mail templates

The 3CX WebMeeting Server allows customising the automated email templates that it uses to invite and notify WebMeeting participants and users. To edit the email templates:

  1. Check “Use custom e-mail templates”.
  2. Select the language that you wish to edit, and make the required changes to the email templates. Take special care when editing templates not to modify variables. Variables appear in the following format: %VARIABLENAME%.
  3. Click “Save” on the bottom on the page to save your changes. Should you want to revert to the default templates, click “Restore default templates”. 


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