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Old 14th April 2013, 02:28
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Default Issues with upgrades - dovecot/postfix (minor bug)

I don't know if this is even something that can be fixed, but a pet peeve of mine is how the ispconfig upgrade process happily destroys my dovecot and postfix configuration files without even asking. I have to make sure that I've made backups of them, run the upgrade, copy the backups back into place, then reload both dovecot and postfix.

I can't be the _only_ person that has custom locations for ssl certificates, as well as customisations for RBL's and allow lists..

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Old 14th April 2013, 02:48
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The question "Reconfigure Services" was the problem, default is Yes. From this moment you will remember it.
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