# Postfix Admin
# by Mischa Peters
# Copyright (c) 2002 - 2005 High5!
# License Info:

- You are using Postfix 2.0 or higher.
- You are using Apache 1.3.27 or higher.
- You are using PHP 4.1 or higher.
- You are using MySQL 3.23 or higher.

When this is an upgrade from Postfix Admin 1.5.4 please read UPGRADE.TXT!!

If you need to setup Postfix to be able to handle Virtual Domains and Virtual
Users check out

1. Unarchive new Postfix Admin
Make sure that you are in your WWW directory and then unarchive the
Postfix Admin archive (whatever the filename is):

$ tar -zxvf postfixadmin-2.0.0.tgz

2. Change permissions
Since the database password is stored in the it's a good idea
to have change the permissions for Postfix Admin.

$ cd /usr/local/www/postfixadmin
$ chmod 640 *.php *.css
$ cd /usr/local/www/postfixadmin/admin/
$ chmod 640 *.php .ht*
$ cd /usr/local/www/postfixadmin/images/
$ chmod 640 *.gif *.png
$ cd /usr/local/www/postfixadmin/languages/
$ chmod 640 *.lang
$ cd /usr/local/www/postfixadmin/templates/
$ chmod 640 *.tpl
$ cd /usr/local/www/postfixadmin/users/
$ chmod 640 *.php

3. Create the Database Tables
In DATABASE_MYSQL.TXT you can find the table structure for MySQL that you need
in order to configure Postfix Admin and Postfix in general to work with
Virtual Domains and Users.

In DATABASE_PGSQL.TXT you can find the table structure for PostgreSQL.

4. Configure
Check the file. There you can specify settings that are
relevant to your setup.

Postfix Admin contains 3 views of administration.
There is the Site Admin view, located at http://domain.tld/postfixadmin/admin/.
There is the Domain Admin view, located at http://domain.tld/postfixadmin/.
And there is the User Admin View, located at http://domain.tld/postfixadmin/users/.

In order to do the initial configuration you have to go to the Site Admin view.

The default password for the Site Admin view of Postfix Admin is admin/admin.

This is specified in the .htpasswd file in the /admin directory. Make sure
that the location of the .htpasswd file matches your path.

5. Done
This is all that is needed. Fire up your browser and go to the site that you
specified to host Postfix Admin.

6. More information
For more information you can go to the Postfix Admin forums.