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Dockerized Postfixadmin on Alpine
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Roundcube on alpine:3.4


Docker run

docker run --rm -it \
  --network backend \
  --name postfixadmin \
  -P \
  jnbt/postfixadmin

Setup database

In case you want to automatically create the MySQL database layout run the container with app:init:

docker run --rm -it \
  --network backend \
  -e ADMIN_USERNAME=root@example.org \
  -e ADMIN_PASSWORD=s3cr3t \
  -e SETUP_PASSWORD=0th3rs3cr3t \
  jnbt/postfixadmin \
  app:init

Warning: Postfixadmin uses SQL statements which won't work when running your
database in strict mode. This docker container tries to patch the initial SQL
import, but you might need to run the app:init more then once!

Configuration

MySQL

The default configuration for MySQL is:

-e MYSQL_HOST=mysql
-e MYSQL_USER=postfix
-e MYSQL_DATABASE=postfix
-e MYSQL_PASSWORD=postfix

Postfixadmin via environment variables

You can configure all simple PFA configuration options
using enviroment variables prefixed with PA_.

Example: Using quotas for mail accounts

-e PA_QUOTA=YES
-e PA_USED_QUOTAS=YES

Postfixadmin via php files

In case you need a more complex configuration, you can mount a directory holding
further php-based configuration files:

-v /path/to/config/folder:/config/custom:ro

Where a custom config file could be /path/to/config/folder/user.inc.php:

<?php

$CONF['default_aliases'] = array (
    'abuse' => 'admin',
    'hostmaster' => 'admin',
    'postmaster' => 'admin',
    'webmaster' => 'admin'
);

Software

Release

  • Makefile: Bump VERSION
  • Dockerfile: Bump POSTFIXADMIN_VERSION and RELEASE_DATE
  • README.md: Bump versions in Software section
  • Run make release
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