After three years of using the same version. I upgraded Surgemail last month
and it went without any
problems at all. In fact I don't think it took me more than 5 minutes
including changing the recommended settings.
Obviously after that I had to read up on some of the added features but all
in all unbelievably problem free.
I spent time checking out the Ajax webmail and what it does it does very
well and no doubt it is on the way to be a great implementation of webmail
but it lacks any support for multiple accounts,
multiple Signatures, multiple Reply to or any Surgemail alias features. If
your users don't need these then SurgeWeb is great but if they do I would
suggest you try RoundCube.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Peter J. Cherny" HIDDEN@@luddite.com.au>
Sent: Tuesday, January 24, 2012 12:42 AM
Subject: Re: [SurgeMail List] Upgrading
> On 01/24/12 04:55, Steve wrote:
>> I've read over what I could find when it comes to upgrading on the
>> I'm still using 4.0(something) and want to upgrade to the latest version.
>> (5.3) It says to just unpack it and run the /install.sh (Linux here)
>> follow the directions.
> I've used install.sh for LOTS of upgrades since 2004, and am yet to have
> more than minor problems.
> It's usually new options that need tweaking eg. when the new Friends
> system was introduced.
>> Looks like they finished the ajax webmail but how is it?
> SurgeWeb is much preferred by users over Webmail, Marijn is adding
> features rather than having to fix bugs <g>
>> I was hoping some of you may have already ran this upgrade and may have
>> encountered some issues they'd like to share ahead of time :)
> Otherwise. "it just works" (speaking for FreeBSD and Solaris versions).
> OTOH a backup of /surgemail and surgemail.ini is a good idea (zfs
> snapshots in our case).
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