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Roundcube Installed Files sqlite and the httpd.conf are installed in: /usr/local/topicdesk/roundcube/ the webapp.plist is here: /Library/Server/Web/Config/apache2/webapps/com.topidesk.roundcube.webapp.plist Easy UnInstall The installer provides a built-in UnInstall option which removes all roundcube files and the installer receipt. Note: MCrypt files are not removed because other applications may be dependent on MCrypt. Manual Uninstall sudo webappctl stop com.topicdesk.roundcube sudo […]
1. Introduction 2. Requirements 3. Getting and installing the required components 4. Getting and installing Postgrey 5. Using Postgrey to greylist incoming messages 6. Caveats – READ this chapter! DISCLAIMER: The author(s) claim(s) no responsibility for any damage that may occur from the use of any information found here or found on links followed from […]
1. Introduction 2. Requirements 3. Using Mail::DKIM to verify incoming messages 4. Using amavisd-net to sign outgoing messages 5. Advanced configuration options 6. Caveats – READ this chapter! DISCLAIMER: The author(s) claim(s) no responsibility for any damage that may occur from the use of any information found here or found on links followed from this […]
Requirements OS X 10.9.x Mavericks with Server 3.x OS X 10.10.x Yosemite with Server 4.x or 5.x OS X 10.11.x El Capitan with Server 5.x For this article, we assume you are comfortable editing config files with Terminal or a suitable text editor. Sever 3.x was the first version of OS X Server to include […]
With OS X Server 5 has introduced quite a few changes. Once you install OS X Server 5 on Yosemite or El Capitan, the “desktop” version of Apache is taken over by a “server” version inside Server.app. To differentiate between the two and to take into account the different methods for stopping and starting Apache, […]