ISP Config Upgrades & Postgrey

Discussion in 'Installation/Configuration' started by FSNTiger, Nov 10, 2011.

  1. FSNTiger

    FSNTiger Member

    Will an upgrade / update to ISPConfig 3 remove my configuration for PostGrey? If yes is there someway to stop that (like a default template)?

    CentOS 6 built using Perfect Server & ISPConfig 3 X86_64

  2. falko

    falko Super Moderator ISPConfig Developer

    Your Postfix configuration will be left untouched if you tell the updater not to reconfigure services.
  3. FSNTiger

    FSNTiger Member

    ok, how to do that?

    I stated with ISPconfig 3.3 (i think, 1 version down from the current) on centos 5.6. Due to a domain change I decided to rebuild all the servers to CentOS 6 and get a nice clean install. Of course this has been in the last few weeks so when I installed ISPConfig, it was updated to the latest. I have never done an update, nor am I really sure how. I see the option in the control panel. I also know of the update.php script (or something along those lines).
  4. till

    till Super Moderator Staff Member ISPConfig Developer

  5. FSNTiger

    FSNTiger Member


    that works, thanks
  6. till

    till Super Moderator Staff Member ISPConfig Developer

    If you have a ispconfig version < 3.0.3, then update to first by downloading ispconfig manually before you update to 3.0.4.
  7. FSNTiger

    FSNTiger Member

    I am up to date right now, but when a new version comes out I was wanting to know how. I am still very new to the whole linux thing. All my servers used to be windows, but the software cost was killing my business.

    Thanks Again

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