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Old 6th December 2010, 22:10
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Default Disabling some services

I need to know the correct way to disable the services I'm not using (specifically email) without messing up ISPconfig or the system in general. And I need the server to still be able to send outgoing mail was far as cron jobs, system mail, mail sent from web site functions. But I need it to stop listening to SMTP, pop3, and imap on the external networks.

I also need to know if I can safely stop and disable "portmap" without causing ISPconfig any harm.

If I go to the System Tab > Server > Services, can I just uncheck the boxes for the services I don't need (mail server, fileserver, vserver-server)?

What exactly is "fileserver" in ISPConfig anyway?

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