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Old 9th August 2006, 11:30
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Default ISPConfig 2.2.6 released

ISPConfig 2.2.6 is available for download.

This ISPConfig release updates ClamAV to version 0.88.4
and Apache to version 1.3.37.


Detailed Changelog
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- Update: Updated ClamAV to 0.88.4
- Update: Updated Apache to 1.3.37
- Update: Updated mod_ssl to 2.8.28-1.3.37
- Bugfix: .vacation.cache was not deleted with Maildir (only with mbox).
- Bugfix: Don't zip symlinks in the backup tool under "Tools".
- Added: Better compatibility for Postfix directive "append_dot_mydomain".


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http://www.ispconfig.org/downloads.htm

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Installation Instructions
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Download the ISPConfig-2.2.6.tar.gz from sourceforge.net

http://prdownloads.sourceforge.net/i...ar.gz?download


Installation on the shell as root User:

tar xvfz ISPConfig-2.2.6.tar.gz
cd install_ispconfig
./setup

The installer automatically detects the installed ISPConfig version and performs an update.
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Old 9th August 2006, 11:54
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Here we go again...

Thank you :-)

** edit **
The update on my Debian Sarge 3.1 runing ISPconfig 2.2.5 to the new 2.2.6 version went with no problem! :-)

PS.. Maybe you should make this post a sticky one?

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I just upgraded too and noticed a problem but I am not sure whether it has to do with this upgrade.

I have a domain zice.ro which has severall users called web5_xxxx. when I try to add a new user it adds a web5_xxx user.

when I add a new database it adds a web8_dbX ??? why web8 ? I have a web8 but thats another site of another customer.

any idea? can somebody help fix this?

###edit###

I can see web8_db2 in both sites hosted on my server, I tried clicking on the web8_db2 from web8 and got this error:
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You do not have the necessary privileges to read or edit this entry.
if I try to click on the web8_db2 I can change the passw or delete it and I just successfully deleted it.

I just tried to create another db from web5 and indeed now it is called web5_db1.

If this has nothing to do with the upgrade feel free to delete my post.

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I didnt follow the 2.2.5 bugfix thread, are they all fixed in 2.2.6?
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I didnt follow the 2.2.5 bugfix thread, are they all fixed in 2.2.6?
No, just some of the bugs. This is a unscheduled release that is released to update ClamAV and Apache.

Here is the changelog:
http://sourceforge.net/project/shown...roup_id=140327
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Exclamation wrong URL for 2.2.6 on web site (points to 2.2.5

it appears the URL posted on the ispconfig web site is incorrect - it points to version 2.2.5.
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it appears the URL posted on the ispconfig web site is incorrect - it points to version 2.2.5.
Thanks. I fixed that.
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Ok - Getting very frustrated here...

I still have autoresponder problems, only V2.2.4 auto responder works for me!
Have tried V2.2.5 and V2.2.6 - in both the autoresponder does not work at all!

Here is my build;

1) Debian 3.1 perfect install on a vmware guest - this base debian build was saved as a fresh base..

2) Install either V2.2.5 or V2.2.6 on this base and autoresponder does not work. Install V2.2.4 on it and it does work!

With V2.2.6 - I installed it on a fresh base (which has only all the steps of the "perfect install" on it. I have not installed anything extra not even a webmail client yet, just to make sure that those were not causing greif...

Still not working!

Any ideas guys? Anyone else here installed v2.2.5/6 on Debian 3.1 and have autoresponder working ok?

PS: If I had any hair left I'd be pulling it out right now - lol

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I still have autoresponder problems, only V2.2.4 auto responder works for me!
Have tried V2.2.5 and V2.2.6 - in both the autoresponder does not work at all!
We tested it here on debian 3.1 with mbox and maildir and it works for us.

Is the email address that shall receive the autoresponder message listed in the .vacation.cache file in the home directory of the user?
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Thanks Till..

No - Vacation.cache is empty!

Remember - This is an absolute fresh install, I setup a reseller, then client then domain + email. Then turned on the autoresponder function and THEN sent the VERY FIRST email to that mail box..

Mail log shows message received and passed to correct user and then forwarded to adminisconfig@localhost - and that's it! no errors I can see, just no autoresponder... and still an empty vacation.cache file!

actually - no! .vacation.cache file in the /var/www/web1/user/userid directory
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