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till 20th February 2007 22:39

ISPConfig 2.2.10 released
ISPConfig 2.2.10 is available for download.

This ISPConfig release adds a Brasilian Portuguese and Czech
translation of the interface, ClamAV was updated to 0.90,
SpamAssassin to 3.1.8 and PHP to 5.2.1.
Several minor bugs were fixed.

Detailed Changelog

- Update: ClamAV to 0.90
- Update: SpamAssassin to 3.1.8
- Update: PHP to 5.2.1
- Added: Brasilian Portuguese translation
- Added: Czech translation
- Added: "AddHandler" Option for PHP to support SuSE 10.2
- Bugfix: Fixed a Bug where double quotes were removed from the content
of the apache directives field.
- Bugfix: \+ to email regular expression.
- Bugfix: Fixed the cancel button in the search form.
- Bugfix: Fixed a bug in the reseller limits.
- Bugfix: Fixed a bug in the English translation of the user and email form.
- Bugfix: Fixed a bug that the system user for anonftp is not created
properly on some Linux distributions.
- Bugfix: Fixed a language error in the recycle bin.
- Bugfix: Fixed a bug when creating SSL certificates.
- Changed: SpamAssassin AWL-Score default to -100
- Changed: length of ISPConfig username field from 20 to 255 in database.
- Changed: the behaviour when creating MX records automatically, so that
the host field is empty by default and not www.
- Changed: the domain redirect check to allow the characters: ? = & in the URL.



Installation Instructions

Download the ISPConfig-2.2.10.tar.gz from

Installation on the shell as root User:

tar xvfz ISPConfig-2.2.10.tar.gz
cd install_ispconfig

The installer automatically detects the installed ISPConfig version and performs an update.

edge 20th February 2007 23:12

Nice one again ISPconfig team!.

I'll will start installing it on my servers tomorrow.

Hans 20th February 2007 23:38

I just started to download it on my servers.
Thanks for the great job! :)

ISPConfig 2.2.10 stable is up and running on my Debian 64 bit server!
Happy me ((( :) )))

Jorem 21st February 2007 01:59

Also works great with CentOS 64 bits :)

Only the language files are a bit irritating. In the dutch language files there are a lot of bad words and parts that are not translated. Now I translated everything in the files, and the files got overwritten :(.

Can I back these files up the next time, or do they change every update?

Can you send me the files so that I can correct theme and that you can put them in the next update?

Hans 21st February 2007 07:04


Maintenage of the Duch language files is done by me.
I have seen too that on some places English/German words appear.
Let me know in a PM what you want to change and i will change it via SVN.
I will create a language pack as well and publish it on my website, so you do not have to wait for a future release.


I have noticed that there are diferences between the Dutch language files in SVN and the the latest released version of ISPCOnfig.
My questions are:

- Why are the Dutch language files not updated within the latest release?
- After which period are the Dutch language files updated for the released verion, after posting the updates within SVN?

Herbert 21st February 2007 10:37

Thanks, updating with CentOS 4.3 is OK.

till 21st February 2007 11:00

Hi Hans, I just checked it:


Originally Posted by Hans
- Why are the Dutch language files not updated within the latest release?

The language files are in trunk in the SVN and not in the stable branch.


- After which period are the Dutch language files updated for the released verion, after posting the updates within SVN?
Normally they where merged manually in the stable branch but this time I didnt notice the changes so I did not update the files when building the release. I will try to make a standalone update today that can be installed with the update function to patch the language files in your installation to the latest release.

Hans 21st February 2007 11:29


I have that Dutch language package already:
An exact copy of the nl.lng files within SVN can be downloaded at

The only thing you have to do is tranfer it to the stable branch.

lorello 21st February 2007 12:02

Returning to stable from dev
I till, I've switched from Ensim to ISPConfig last year, using the remoting framework, and I'm very glad with it.
To have the remote plugin work I installed on my server the version 2.3.1-dev.

Now, I would like to return to the stable release of ISPconfig: i have only to download and install the last version or is there some risk of conflicts?

The only possible conflict that I could immagine is on the database structure... is it right?

Backup of


is what I need to restore my actual ISPConfig if something fails?

Thanks in advance,

Hans 21st February 2007 12:26

As far as i know it is not safe.

Read the warning here:

Maybe Till & Falko can tell you more details.

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