Most servlet engines will require you to perform steps to add the application. For Apache Tomcat, no additional steps are necessary. If you are using a different servlet engine, refer to the documentation that accompanied your software.
Once you have added the Connect Daily servlet context to your application server, you may need to restart the Servlet engine to load the context.
If you are using Microsoft IIS, and will be using Apache Tomcat as your servlet engine, please refer to Integrating Microsoft IIS with Connect Daily using Apache Tomcat for instructions.
In the cdaily-3.4.16/WEB-INF directory where you unpacked the application files, the web.xml file contains configuration instructions for both the application and the application server. The default web.xml is for API 2.3 containers. You can adjust the application timeout by editing the session-timeout parameter in the web.xml file.
Connect Daily requires the Java Mail API files from Oracle Corporation. We don't distribute these files as part of Connect Daily because most application servers already have them installed.
If this is a new server installation, you don't already have the Java Mail API installed; download and install the JavaMail API from Oracle.
Download this file and place all of the JAR files in your application server's class path or the Connect Daily cdaily-3.4.16/WEB-INF/lib directory.