How-to QuickStart with Latest PostfixAdmin on Linux Mint 17.1 Rebecca LTS 32-64bit Easy Guide

March 17th, 2015 by thelinuxevangelist

Linux Mint 17.1 LTS Latest Postfixadmin Quick-Start



The Linux Tutorial Shows You Step-by-Step How-to Install and Getting-Started with the Latest Postfix-Admin Web Interface for Mail Virtual Aliases and Domains Administration on Linux Mint 17.1 Rebecca LTS i386/amd64 GNU+Linux.

Postfix Admin is a Web based Interface used to Manage Mailboxes, Virtual Domains and Aliases. It also features support for vacation/out-of-the-office messages.

Posfix-Admin Require PHP, a Web-Server and a Database Server Installation so in the Quick-Start Guide below we Propose Link to LAMP Stack Installation on Linux Mint.

Installing Latest Posfixadmin on Linux Mint 17.1 Rebecca LTS - Featured
  1. Open a Shell Terminal Session
    (Press “Enter” to Execute Commands)

    Getting-Started with Postfixadmin for Linux Mint 17.1 Rebecca LTS - Open Terminal
  2. Download Latest Postfix-Admin for Linux Mint Based Systems:

    Get PosfixAdmin .deb All Package
  3. Checking/Installing GDebi Package Installer

    which gdebi

    If Not there then:

    sudo apt-get install gdebi

    If Got “User is Not in Sudoers file” then Look: Solution

  4. Postfix Admin Installation

    sudo gdebi ~/Downloads/postfixadmin*all.deb

    Choose the WebServer to Run the Postfix Admin Web Interface:
    Installing Latest Posfixadmin on Linux Mint 17.1 Rebecca LTS - Choosing Web Server
    Confirm to Create a PostfixAdmin Database:
    Installing Latest Posfixadmin on Linux Mint 17.1 Rebecca LTS - Choosing Web Server
    Choose the Database Server Type:
    Installing Latest Posfixadmin on Linux Mint 17.1 Rebecca LTS - Choosing Web Server
    Give the DB Admin Pass:
    Installing Latest Posfixadmin on Linux Mint 17.1 Rebecca LTS - Choosing Web Server
    Set the PostfixAdmin DB Admin Pass:
    Installing Latest Posfixadmin on Linux Mint 17.1 Rebecca LTS - Choosing Web Server

  5. Setting Access to the postfixadmin MySQL DB

    Login on MySQL as ‘root':

    mysql -uroot -p

    Giving Permissions to the ‘postfix’ & ‘postfixadmin’ Users:

    GRANT SELECT ON postfixadmin.* TO postfix@localhost IDENTIFIED BY '0139Key';
    GRANT SELECT ON postfixadmin.* TO postfixadmin@localhost IDENTIFIED BY '0139Key';
  6. Postfix-Admin Configuration and Quick-Start:

    Get PosfixAdmin QuickStart Guide
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