Ken Jones wrote:
vhostadmin is a PHP control panel for site administrators looking for an easy way to manage their virtual hosting needs via a series of user-configurable plug-in modules. Because of this you have the ability to write and include your own plug-ins.
Although still early in development, we felt it would be good to release the software to the community to look over and inspect. Included is some base API for authentication, communication with the vpopmail daemon, and some basic event binding inside the mail and vpopmail modules. The current development mail module can add a domain via the vpopmail daemon.
Since the vpopmail daemon runs under tcpserver the PHP interface can run on a seperate machine, as well as solving the PHP permissions problem.
The current development version may be downloaded at:
Or via CVS:
export CVSROOT=:pserver:[EMAIL PROTECTED]:/home/cvs cvs login (login with empty password) cvs co vhostadmin
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Someone not familiar with LAMP might follow the install doc and stop there,
http://myserver.com/include/global.inc opens the cookie jar.
Where does one find the vpopmail daemon? I downloaded a fresh copy of 5.4.9 and the 5.5.0-devel and didn't see it. Checked in the contrib dir also.
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