- Web Server
- Control Panels
- Site Map/RSS Feeds
Please check if you have tried to reach the system over the right protocol (https or http). If this is the case please verify that the ISPConfig system started before (with
on the command line, or just restart the ISPConfig system:
/etc/rc.d/init.d/ispconfig_server restart (RedHat/Mandrake)
/etc/init.d/ispconfig_server restart (SuSE)).
If this still does not work, then most probably your firewall (iptables or ipchains) is blocking port 81.
Partial deinstallation means that only the ISPConfig system itself will be uninstalled, not the objects created by it (web sites, users, DNS records, etc.).
On complete deinstallation also the objects created by the systems (web sites, users, DNS records, etc.) will be uninstalled. Thus, the server is reset to its original state.
Attachments with suspicious file extensions (e.g. exe) will be renamed automatically: e.g., USELESS_EYE_CANDY.EXE would be renamed to USELESS_EYE_CANDY.DEFANGED12345-EXE, so that one cannot open the attachment thoughtlessly by double-clicking. The attachment first has to be saved to the hard disk and to be renamed to USELESS_EYE_CANDY.EXE before it can be opened.
Note: The mailscanner feature is not the same as the antivirus.
ISPConfig uses the popular spam filter SpamAssassin (http://www.spamassassin.org).
Beyond which score are emails treated as spam?
The SPAM score can be set for every mail account individually, the default score is 5.0 points (SpamAssassin's default value).
shell-init: could not get current directory: getcwd: cannot access parent directories: No such file or directory
This is normal. The program /root/ispconfig/uninstall deletes its own parent directory (/root/ispconfig) and thus cannot find it anymore. Nevertheless the uninstall will be completed. Just ignore the error message.
Log in to your command line as root and type the following:
If the uninstall script fails, you can remove ISPConfig manually by deleteing these directories:
rm -rf /root/ispconfig
The ISPConfig Apche webserver is installed in parallel with your existing Apache installation. The ISPConfig apache is only used for the controlpanel. The hosted webpages are served by the Apache that ships with your linux distribution.
This means you do not have to compile special modules into your Apache in order to work with ISPConfig. You can compile Apache and PHP the way you like.
The ISPConfig installer comments out the PHP settings in your httpd.conf. PHP can be later enabled for each web separately in the ISPConfig web interface.