Hello there and happy new year to everyone. I have a question reagarding a "clean" installation of squirrelmail on debian. As we know, the perfect server setup tells us to do : Code: apt-get install squirrelmail ln -s /usr/share/squirrelmail/ /var/www/webmail squirrelmail-configure This is pretty much ok, but what I want to do is have my webmail available on the adress https://mail.domain.com. So i created mail.domain.com with ispconfig and added the ssl cert to it. I added also a redirection from http to https. So far everything ok. Then, I pointed mail.domain.com to /usr/share/squirrelmail/ with a symlink. This was removed with one of the ispconfig versions last year, because it was a potential security problem. So what I did is to copy everything from /usr/share/squirrelmail/ to mail.domain.com/web and this worked (which I was happy with at the time). Sadly, doing this doesn't upgrade squirrelmail anymore when doing apt-get update / apt-get upgrade (or maybe it does, but only the file placed in /usr/share/squirrelmail/, I don't know about that) Is there any way to upgrade the squirrelmail files located in mail.domain.com easily (without having to download it manually and just having to apt-get upgrade) ? How are you guys maintaining squirrelmail and ispconfig ?