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Old 25th February 2010, 23:22
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Default Help finding documentation

It may be a silly question but where can I find good documentation on how to use ISPConfig 3? When I go to the documentation section of ISPConfig.org I see installation instructions and some great stuff about how to use v. 2 - "First Steps for ISPConfig 2 (Ok, I got it installed, now what?)" but there is basically nothing on how to run v. 3. I am not totally clear on even how to setup a site - for which I think I have to setup clients, etc.

So I guess I wondered where I could find instructions on how to actually use it once it is installed.

Thanks!

Eric
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There are no ispconfig 3 manuals available yet beside the installation instructions.
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