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update-emexis-webmail-3.0-4.tar.gz 2011-07-21 6.2 MB 11 weekly downloads
emexis-webmail-3.0-4.tar.gz.md5sum 2011-07-21 62 Bytes 11 weekly downloads
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emexis-webmail-3.0-3.tar.gz 2011-05-30 6.1 MB 11 weekly downloads
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emexis-webmail-3.0-3.tar.gz.md5sum 2011-05-30 62 Bytes 11 weekly downloads
update-emexis-webmail-3.0-3.tar.gz.md5sum 2011-05-30 69 Bytes 11 weekly downloads
emexis-webmail-3.0-2.tar.gz 2011-05-09 6.1 MB 11 weekly downloads
emexis-webmail-3.0-2.tar.gz.md5sum 2011-05-09 62 Bytes 11 weekly downloads
emexis-webmail-3.0-1.tar.gz 2011-04-05 6.1 MB 11 weekly downloads
emexis-webmail-3.0-1.tar.gz.md5sum 2011-04-05 62 Bytes 11 weekly downloads
LEIAME 2011-03-23 1.9 kB 22 weekly downloads
README 2011-03-23 1.5 kB 11 weekly downloads
INTRODUCTION ============ This file describes the basic steps to install Emexis-Webmail on your web server. REQUERIMENTS ============ * WEB server Apache/IIS * PHP 5 or greater, with driver for PostgreSQL * PostgreSQL 8 or greater (We recommend utlização PostgreSQL for now is the only fully tested) * The framework PEAR with package DB (database abstraction) installed INSTALATION AND BASICS SETTINGS =============================== * Decompress and put this folder somewhere inside your document root * Acess the folder config/, within it there are some specific configuration files config_imap.php $imapServerAddress = '127.0.0.1'; $imapPort = 143; config_smtp.php $smtpServerAddress = '127.0.0.1'; $smtpPort = 25; config_database.php $dsn_pear = 'pgsql://user:password@host:port/database'; Example: 'pgsql://postgres:postgres@localhost:5432/emexiswebmail'; config_general.php $attachment_dir = '/var/www/attach'; #Is the temporary folder of attachments, make sure it is writable and if there config_server.php $domain = 'example' $squirrelmail_default_language = 'pt_BR'; DATABASE ======== If not exists a database create. Then use the file inside the folder schema postgres.sql Example: $ createuser emexis $ createdb -O emexis $ psql emexis emexis =# ALTER USER emexis WITH PASSWORD 'the_new_password'; emexis =# \c - emexis emexis => \i schema/postgres.initial.sql These are the basic settings for the operation.
Source: README, updated 2011-03-23