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Old 27th April 2006, 13:18
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Default Manual Additions in Configuration Files

According to the ISPconfig Manual you can make manual Additions in these Configuration Files:

* virtusertable (Sendmail/Postfix)
* local-host-names (Sendmail/Postfix)
* named.conf (BIND DNS-Server)
* Zone-Files (BIND DNS-Server)
* Reverse-Zone-Files (BIND DNS-Server)

What about the other Configuration Files? Which will get overwritten from ISPconfig? I have to change global Settings in my.cnf and php.ini, will they get overwritten?

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Old 27th April 2006, 16:37
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I have to change global Settings in my.cnf and php.ini, will they get overwritten?
No, ISPConfig doesn't touch these files.
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No, ISPConfig doesn't touch these files.
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What about the other Configuration Files? Which will get overwritten from ISPconfig?
Is a list of changed Configfile available?

At the moment we have a Problem with a particular SPAMer (1 Costumer get thousands Mails from one Domain).
ISP-Config can't handle manual Blacklist's.
Are Postfix (main.cf) and SpamAssassin (local.cf) overwritten or are they a safe Place to manually add Blacklist's?
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Are Postfix (main.cf) and SpamAssassin (local.cf) overwritten or are they a safe Place to manually add Blacklist's?
No, they aren't changed by ISPConfig, you can edit them.
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No, they aren't changed by ISPConfig, you can edit them.
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