Wednesday, November 4, 2009


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

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

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

Mandatory Downloads

Highly Recommended Downloads

Optional Downloads

If you are a newbie, you can drop me a note or request a free help on installing and setting up a mail server using IndiMail. I will be glad to help.


calculateonlinedotorg said...

On a Centos 5.4 I did the installation of the rpm's as below (reconstruction, might contain typo's):

wget -O /etc/yum.repos.d/inidmail.repo -O
rpm --import
yum install indimail

cprogrammer said...

There are two repos for IndiMail.

The latest gets published in

I usually publish the RPM after testing to

Anonymous said...

Dear Team ,

I want to install the indimail server for demo purpose.

So kindly assist me what are file required for indimail server.

I'm trying install Red hat 6.

If any body knows help me

cprogrammer said...

Just use the url's below

Add repository and install manually

For RedHat RHEL-6 run the following as root:

cd /etc/yum.repos.d/
yum install indimail
For RHEL 5 run the following as root:

cd /etc/yum.repos.d/
yum install indimail

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