You can get DBMail either pre-packaged or compile it yourself from source. This page describes the different methods.

Pre-packaged

* Debian

There are DBMail Debian packages available. DBMail 2.0.x is in the stable and 2.1.x in the unstable tree. The Debian packages are being maintained by Paul J Stevens.

Depending on which version you need you add the following line to /etc/apt/sources.list:

 "deb http://debian.nfgd.net/debian stable main"
 "deb-src http://debian.nfgd.net/debian stable main"

To get DBMail version 2.1.x on debian stable follow the directions here

* Red Hat Enterprise Linux

There are RHEL rpm packages avaliable. At this moment assembled initial release of 2.2.1 and support libraries. Dbmail 2.2.1 requires gmime >= 2.1.19, libsieve >= 2.1, glib2 >= 2.10. Postgresql section of dbmail spec file wasn't tested.

Packages maintained by Alexey Marushchenko.

Site is russian-only, but here are direct links

dbmail packages - http://marush.com/2007/02/06/dbmail-222-1/

gmime packages (without mono support) - http://marush.com/2006/12/04/paketyi-dlya-dbmail-chast-1-gmime/

libsieve packages - http://marush.com/2006/12/04/paketyi-dlya-dbmail-chast-2-libsieve/

glib2 packages - http://marush.com/2006/12/04/paketyi-dlya-dbmail-chast-3-glib2/

Source install

1) Get the sources

 Download a source from http://www.dbmail.org/index.php?page=download 

2) Run configure & make

 Run the configure script. This script uses pg_config or mysql_config
 (depending on --with-mysql or --with-pgsql) to detect where the
 libraries and include files for these databases are.
 e.g. when working with PostgreSQL, this is the configure command:
 ./configure --with-pgsql
 After running configure, 'make all' will build the executables.
 Running 'make install' will install the executables in /usr/local/sbin
 
get_dbmail.txt · Last modified: 2012/02/12 16:50 by are
 
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