I was been searching for this topic myself but didn’t find a good post/ tutorial, hence again I will provide you with a short briefing of my own findings while researching how to install PostfixAdmin on a Bitnami Ubuntu setup on AWS.
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Some things to bear in mind are:
- Check which version is the latest. The article says 3.1 while the latest PostfixAdmin release is 3.2.
- All PostfixAdmin PHP files have moved to the postfixadmin/public/ directory, including upgrade.php, so make sure to update your path as follows:
- And finally, the PostfixAdmin-CLI has another add admin command, so I suggest you use the following which walks you through the configuration for adding a super user:
sudo bash /var/www/postfixadmin/scripts/postfixadmin-cli admin add
To make it work, you will have to set-up your VirtualHost configuration as follows:
<IfVersion < 2.3 >
Allow from all
<IfVersion >= 2.3 >
Require all granted
And finally, you can access the PostfixAdmin configuration panel on the subdomain you configured, which is mail.domain.com in the example given.