Hello Jason, Sorry for the late response. Unfortunately I can't write up an exact copy of the error, at the moment, since in order to get that error I would need to attempt another install, and to do that I would need to deactivate the currently operating install.
However, the basic content of the error was that it could not continue to install Imail without a running instance of a web server. It then exits from the install completely. This error occurs at the beginning of the install, immediately after you activate the license. I am planning to give it another go this Friday evening. Dana Weaver | Tech Support | [EMAIL PROTECTED] 888.520.7479 (p) | 859.282.8225 (f) | www.tvone.com TV One, 1350 Jamike Drive, Erlanger, KY, 41018, USA > -----Original Message----- > From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] > [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of > Jason Henline > Sent: Friday, November 07, 2008 11:08 PM > To: Imail_Forum@list.ipswitch.com > Subject: RE: [IMail Forum] Installing on Windows Web Server 2008 > > Can you post the exact error you're seeing? > > -----Original Message----- > From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] > [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Dana Weaver > Sent: Friday, November 07, 2008 11:07 PM > To: Imail_Forum@list.ipswitch.com > Subject: [IMail Forum] Installing on Windows Web Server 2008 > > Hello all, > > Has anyone managed to get IMail 10.01 to install on Windows > Web Server 2008? > I have been trying to migrate our Imail server from a rapidly > decaying W2K > Server to new server hardware running Web Server 2008, but > keep ramming my > head against a wall early on in the install when it insists > that I don't > have a web page running in IIS (but as near as I can tell, > the default page > is up and running). > > Web Server 2008 comes with IIS7 and MS in their wisdom seems to have > shuffled the location of all the settings to the 4 corners of > the Earth, so > tracking down what might be wrong with the setup is proving a major > headache. > > For the time being I've reverted the server setup back to the > old hardware, > but I really need to migrate it soon before the hardware > spews out the last > of the magic white smoke. > > I've hunted through the KB articles on Ipswitch's help page > to little avail. > Referencing Vista or IIS7 in my search results in a long > blank stare. So, > any help at all is appreciated. > > Dana Weaver | Tech Support | [EMAIL PROTECTED] > 888.520.7479 (p) | 859.282.8225 (f) | www.tvone.com > TV One, 1350 Jamike Drive, Erlanger, KY, 41018, USA To Unsubscribe: http://imailserver.com/support/discussion_list/ List Archive: http://www.mail-archive.com/imail_forum%40list.ipswitch.com/ Knowledge Base/FAQ: http://imailserver.com/support/kb.html