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fchevitarese 4th May 2007 15:12

Virtual Users With Postfix, PostfixAdmin, Courier, Mailscanner, ClamAV On CentOS
 
Hello all...
Ok, iīm in the page 5 , and i donīt understando what i have to do!
This peace of the tutorial is very strange...
Take a look:

Next we will tweak Postfix Admin. Change both create_mailbox.php in the main and admin folder.
system("sudo /usr/sbin/maildirmake.sh ".$fDomain." ".$fUsername. " ". $quota);
db_log ($SESSID_USERNAME, $fDomain, "create mailbox","$fUsername");

but, in the file, thereīs nothing about this.
This modification in postfixadmin is to change when i create a mailbox. all mailboxes will be created as maildir .

So... Someone coulīd help me?

falko 5th May 2007 16:16

Quote:

Originally Posted by fchevitarese
Next we will tweak Postfix Admin. Change both create_mailbox.php in the main and admin folder.

Did you check both files?

fchevitarese 6th May 2007 23:38

Check the files
 
Of course! But, i didnīt find nothing about this ...

If you have a exemple file to post here, youīll help me very much!

Thank you!

falko 7th May 2007 13:16

I'm sorry, but I didn't write that tutorial. You could send a PM to the author, if you like.

fchevitarese 7th May 2007 13:29

I didnīt know
 
:) Hum, i didnīt know that i can contact the author of the tutorial!
But, thank you anyway!!


Fred Chevitarese - GNU/Linux

ultraav 4th September 2007 12:58

hello all, Fred,

I have reached this point too and I can't understand what the author means... Have you found out some additional details? I am trying to figure it out but so far no result. :confused:

Thanks.


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