AfterLogic WebMail Pro 8 can be automatically installed and configured on Ubuntu Linux, Debian Linux or any compatible Linux distribution.
It was tested on: Ubuntu 16.04, Ubuntu 17.04, Ubuntu 17.10, Ubuntu 18.04, Ubuntu 18.10, Debian 9. It should also work on Linux Mint as well as other compatible flavors of Linux, as long as those provide the following dependencies: Apache 2, PHP 5.6+ or 7.*, MySQL 5+.
In case if any components are not detected on the system, they will be automatically deployed from OS repository as dependencies.
Configuring repository access
To have the product installed, add the following line to /etc/apt/sources.list file:
deb http://apt.afterlogic.com/stable /
All the commands mentioned below must be run with superuser privileges. If you’re logged in as regular user, use su command on Debian or sudo su on Ubuntu to get full privileges. In case of Ubuntu, you can add sudo in front of a single command to get superuser privileges temporarily.
Install public PGP key using the following command:
wget -qO - http://apt.afterlogic.com/afterlogic.asc | apt-key add -
Update APT cache with:
Installing the package
To install the product package, run the following command:
apt install afterlogic-pro
Once WebMail is installed, it can be accessed at http://yourdomain.com/webmail-pro/ address, or http://localhost/webmail-pro/ for local access.
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The product itself resides under /usr/share/afterlogic-pro directory.
Upgrading the product installation
The product is upgraded in the standard way using APT repository. If you wish to check whether there are updates for any of the packages you have installed, run the following:
If new version is available, it will be installed, preserving the product configuration and any plugins you may have installed.
To uninstall WebMail Pro 8 completely, run:
apt purge afterlogic-pro
If you encounter any issues, feel free to post reports at the Aurora Issue tracker.