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We recently installed Global Mailbox on existing Sterling Integrator and currently working on migrating partners from traditional SI mailboxes to Global Mailboxes.
We use SFTP, NDM (connect direct) and HTTPs protocols for file transmission.
For SFTP and NDM protocols, we have an option to enable Global Mailbox in the corresponding protocol server adapters.
Enable Global Mailboxes --> Yes.
If we select Enable global mailbox yes option in SFTP and NDM protocol adapters, incoming connections are pointing to Global Mailbox mailboxes and files are being uploaded to Global mailbox.
But for HTTP server adapter, we don't see any option to enable Global mailbox. In our current configuration we use Mailbox.war file in HTTP Server adapter. Even though we updated the system processes (MBIAdd, MBIExtract, MBIQuery, etc.,) to use Global Mailbox, Mailbox interface is still showing SI traditional Mailboxes.
Please note that we are not using FileGateway in our environment.
Could you please look into this and help us by implementing mailbox interface to use Global Mailboxes.
|What is your industry?||Banking|
How will this idea be used?
Currently in Sterling integrator, HTTPs adapters are configured to use MBI using which our vendors uploads/downloads files.
Having the similar configuration available in Global Mailbox will help us serve our vendors better.
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