To get to this page, go to Status → Dashboard
This tab shows a continuously updated summary of the VPOP3 status.
•Connection Status - current connection status - when VPOP3 is actively sending/collecting mail it is shown here. Idle does not indicate a problem, just that VPOP3 is not currently sending or collecting mail.
•Outgoing Message Queue - how many messages are waiting to be sent. Clicking on the number will take you to the Outqueue viewer.
•Last Connection - the last time VPOP3 connected to send/collect mail.
•Next Connection - the next time VPOP3 will connect to send/collect mail. Clicking on the time will take you to the Connection Schedule editor.
•Blocked IP addresses - the number of IP addresses which VPOP3 has blocked because of suspicious activity. The latest added IP address is also displayed. Clicking on this will take you to the Security Settings where you can look at the Block List to see all the blocked IP addresses and remove them from there or add them to the never-block list.
•Locked Users - the number of user accounts which have been locked due to too many failed login attempts. Clicking on this will take you to the Users list where you can edit the user to unlock their account.
•Database Connections - the number of active database connections. This gives an idea of how loaded the VPOP3 server is. The green area is the maximum normal connections configured, and the red area is the number of extra connections VPOP3 can make in extreme circumstances. Normally the bar should be well within the green area. If it is constantly in or around the red area then it could indicate a disk performance problem on the VPOP3 server.
•Active Sessions - the number of active sessions to VPOP3 (e.g. user connections, incoming SMTP, collection & sending). The bar size will change as appropriate, so it being nearly full does not necessarily indicate that VPOP3 is overloaded.
•Logged In Users - the number of logged in user sessions to VPOP3. The bar size will change as appropriate, so it being nearly full does not necessarily indicate that VPOP3 is overloaded.
•Last Update - the last time VPOP3 checked for updates to itself and the result (0 = success).
•Spamfilter - details of the VPOP3 spam filter subscription, and update checks.
•System Messages - messages from VPOP3. You can mark messages never to be displayed again.