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Is there a list of config files maintained by ISPConfig? Right now I am not sure which parts can I touch manually and which will be overwritten by ISPConfig.

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Can you tell me which files you are interested in? Vhost files, zone files, ISPConfig templates, etc.?
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I mean services configuration files - ftp, apache, php, firewall, etc. I would like to know which parts of system I have to take care by myself, and which changes will be overwritten by ISPConfig. For example I would like to create custom firewall rules to allow remote mysql connections only from certain hosts. ISPConfig web panel won't allow me to do this.
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ISPconfig manages the config files for postfix, dovecot, courier, apache, a amavisd include file, the bastille firewall, the pure-ftpd config file and bind config files.

When you take a look into the ispconfig tar.gz, then you will find all config file managed by ispconfig in the directories install/tpl/ and server/conf/
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