HowTo Install OpenEMM 6.1 on CENTOS 5.5

Discussion in 'Installation/Configuration' started by Raleigh, Nov 7, 2010.

  1. Raleigh

    Raleigh New Member

    Hi,

    I'm wondering why there is no HowTo guide published here for OpenEMM. I already read their own Installation Guide esp for RedHat compatibles but it is not what I need to read and not that very helpful.

    Is there anyone here who happened to be successfully installed OpenEMM on Red Hat compatibles OS like CENTOS 5.5, kindly post the steps here and hopefully some contributors would like to publish the very first HowtoForge article of OpenEMM.


    Thanks in advance,
    Raleigh
     
  2. falko

    falko Super Moderator

    Never heard of OpenEMM before. Are there installation instructions inside the tar.gz file?
     
  3. Raleigh

    Raleigh New Member

    OpenEMM is a feature-rich enterprise software for e-mail marketing, newsletters and service mails (transaction mails and event or time triggered mails). OpenEMM offers sophisticated bounce management, link tracking, lots of realtime statistics, a CMS module and a scripting feature to implement individual tasks.

    OpenEMM offers a web-based user interface which works with both Internet Explorer and Mozilla Firefox. OpenEMM is mainly written in Java (Frontend) and Python (Backend) and employs leading edge Java frameworks like Hibernate, Spring and Struts. Some performance-sensitive code is written in C.

    OpenEMM runs on top of a well proven open source software stack:

    * Operating system: Linux (or Windows, although no open source)
    * Web container: Resin (included in OpenEMM package)
    * Relational database management system: MySQL


    OpenEMM-6.1-bin.tar.gz
    Binary Tarball Linux
    27.1 MB
    2010-06-11

    Online Installation Guide for RedHat Enterprise Linux

    OpenEMM-6.x_InstallGuide.pdf


    Hope you can have a Howto article for OpenEMM 6.1, the HowtoForge way. As I really found your articles very helpful as it is very clear and easy to understand.


    Thank you,
    Raleigh
     
  4. falko

    falko Super Moderator

    I've added this to my ToDo list. :)
     

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