summaryrefslogtreecommitdiff
diff options
context:
space:
mode:
Diffstat (limited to 'net-mail/postfixadmin/files/postinstall-en.txt')
-rw-r--r--net-mail/postfixadmin/files/postinstall-en.txt45
1 files changed, 45 insertions, 0 deletions
diff --git a/net-mail/postfixadmin/files/postinstall-en.txt b/net-mail/postfixadmin/files/postinstall-en.txt
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..c28ec30
--- /dev/null
+++ b/net-mail/postfixadmin/files/postinstall-en.txt
@@ -0,0 +1,45 @@
+To complete installation, you must:
+ 1. Create the needed MySQL database and tables and user:
+ mysql -u root -p < ${MY_SQLSCRIPTSDIR}/mysql/${PVR}_create.sql
+ 2. Reload MySQL:
+ /etc/init.d/mysql restart
+ 3. Change the password for the admin user! Inital password is
+ "admin" (without the qotes).
+
+
+Updating from older version of Postfix Admin:
+ * When you are upgrading from an older Postfix Admin version, make sure you
+ * backup your database before you run the update script on your database.
+ * mysqldump -a -u root -p > /tmp/postfixadmin-backup.sql
+
+ For update from 2.0.x version of Postfix Admin:
+ 1. Please read the BACKUP_MX.TXT
+ 2. Update the needed MySQL database and tables:
+ mysql -u root -p < ${MY_SQLSCRIPTSDIR}/mysql/2.0.x_to_${PVR}.sql
+ 3. Reload MySQL:
+ /etc/init.d/mysql restart
+
+ For update from 1.5x (or older) version of Postfix Admin:
+ 1. Please read the UPGRADE.TXT
+ 2. Update the needed MySQL database and tables:
+ mysql -u root -p < ${MY_SQLSCRIPTSDIR}/mysql/1.5x_to_${PVR}.sql
+ 3. Reload MySQL:
+ /etc/init.d/mysql restart
+
+
+To use Virtual Vacation, please read VIRTUAL_VACATION_INSTALL.
+
+Check the config.inc.php file. There you can specify settings that are
+relevant to your setup.
+
+Postfix Admin contains 3 views of administration:
+ 1. Site Admin view, located at http://${VHOST_HOSTNAME}${VHOST_APPDIR}/admin/.
+ 2. Domain Admin view, located at http://${VHOST_HOSTNAME}${VHOST_APPDIR}/.
+ 3. User Admin View, located at http://${VHOST_HOSTNAME}${VHOST_APPDIR}/users/.
+
+In order to do the initial configuration you have to go to the Site Admin view.
+
+The default password for the Site Admin view of Postfix Admin is admin/admin.
+
+This is specified in the .htpasswd file in the /admin directory. Make sure
+that the location of the .htpasswd file matches your path.