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Publishing IndiMail Statistics for your domain

You can now configure MRTG Graphs to show statistics for IndiMail . You need to have mrtg installed on your system. If you do not have mrtg, you can execute yum/dnf

% sudo yum install mrtg

on some systems you might need to use dnf

% sudo dnf install mrtg

You need to execute the following steps (assuming your web server document root is /var/www/html)

% sudo /usr/sbin/svctool --mrtg=/var/www/html/mailmrtg --servicedir=/service

After carrying out the above step,  check the status of mrtg service

% sudo svstat /service/mrtg
/service/mrtg/: up (pid 2443) 35254 seconds

Point your browser to /var/www/html/mailmrtg and you should see the graphs.

IndiMail INSTALLATION STEPS

IndiMail can be installed using the source, RPM or using a YUM repository.

If you have learnt the art of being patient the read the file INSTALL-version. You can read the file INSTALL-RPM-version in case you want to install from RPM (version is the version of IndiMail you want to install).

If you are in a hurry to install and setup IndiMail, download the RPM and read the file Quick-INSTALL-version. You can also install IndiMail in 10 Steps.

IndiMail RPM/Debian for various linux distros can be downloaded from
http://download.opensuse.org/repositories/home:/indimail/

The top level directory for current indimail source being maintained can be found at

https://sourceforge.net/projects/indimail/files/indimail


If you are installing from source, apart from downloading indimail-version.tar.gz, you need to download the following additionally

Mandatory Downloads
http://cr.yp.to/software/qmail-1.03.tar.gz
http://cr.yp.to/ucspi-tcp/ucspi-tcp-0.88.tar.gz
http://downloads.sourceforge.net/indimail/libdkim…