CentOS 7 QMT Host
(Tested x86_64 install, send and receive email, 29 SEP 2018)

  1. CentOS 7 Minimal Install
  2. QMT Install
    1. # curl -O https://raw.githubusercontent.com/qmtoaster/scripts/master/qt_prep.sh
    2. # chmod 755 qt_prep.sh
    3. # ./qt_prep.sh (automatic reboot)
    4. # ./qt_install.sh
    5. # toaststat
  3. Status of toaster services
    send: up (pid 1323) 1517 seconds
    smtp: up (pid 1324) 1517 seconds
    submission: up (pid 1325) 1517 seconds
    send/log: up (pid 1316) 1517 seconds
    smtp/log: up (pid 1311) 1517 seconds
    submission/log: up (pid 1314) 1517 seconds
    
    systemd service:    clamav-daemon.service:       [ OK ]
    systemd service:     clamav-daemon.socket:       [ OK ]
    systemd service:         clamav-freshclam:       [ OK ]
    systemd service:                    spamd:       [ OK ]
    systemd service:                  dovecot:       [ OK ]
    systemd service:                  mariadb:       [ OK ]
    systemd service:                    httpd:       [ OK ]
    systemd service:                    named:       [ OK ]
    systemd service:                   vsftpd:       [ OK ]
    systemd service:                  network:       [ OK ]
    systemd service:                    acpid:       [ OK ]
    systemd service:                      atd:       [ OK ]
    systemd service:                   autofs:       [ OK ]
    systemd service:                    crond:       [ OK ]
    systemd service:                     ntpd:       [ OK ]
    systemd service:                   smartd:       [ OK ]
    systemd service:                     sshd:       [ OK ]
    systemd service:               irqbalance:       [ OK ] ( Multiple processors only )
    
    *See Notes
    
  4. Update CentOS 7/QMT
    1. # yum update
    2. # yum --enablerepo=qmt-testing update (Most recent sources - Spamassassin, ClamAV, Squirrelmail, Dovecot...)
    3. # yum --enablerepo=qmt-devel update (Patched qmail and simscan. See below)

CentOS 6 QMT Host
(Tested x86/x86_64 install, send and receive email, O1 OCT 2018)

  1. CentOS 6 Minimal Install
  2. QMT Install
    1. # curl https://raw.githubusercontent.com/qmtoaster/scripts/master/qt-bootstrap-1>qt-bootstrap-1 && curl https://raw.githubusercontent.com/qmtoaster/scripts/master/qt-bootstrap-2>qt-bootstrap-2
    2. # chmod 755 qt-bootstrap-*
    3. # ./qt-bootstrap-1 (reboot)
    4. # ./qt-bootstrap-2
    5. # qt-install
  3. Update CentOS 6/QMT (Dovecot upgrades require higher versions of MySQL - Remi repo)
    1. # yum install -y yum-utils http://rpms.remirepo.net/enterprise/remi-release-6.rpm https://github.com/qmtoaster/release/raw/master/qmt-release-1-7.qt.el6.noarch.rpm
    2. # yum-config-manager --disable qmailtoaster-current qmailtoaster-current-nodist
    3. # yum-config-manager --enable remi remi-php56
    4. # yum -y update
    5. # yum -y --enablerepo=qmt-testing update (Most recent sources - Spamassassin, ClamAV, Squirrelmail, Dovecot...)
    6. # yum -y --enablerepo=qmt-devel update (Patched qmail and simscan. See below)

CentOS 5 QMT Host - Updates

  1. Update CentOS 5/QMT
    1. # rpm -Uvh ftp://ftp.qmailtoaster.com/pub/repo/qmt/CentOS/5/current/noarch/whtc-qmt-1-1.qt.el5.noarch.rpm
    2. # yum update
    3. # yum --enablerepo=whtc-qmt-testing update
    4. OpenSSL > 0.9.8
    *Warning: Deletes Courier and replaces with Dovecot

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