toaster_setup.pl - build and testing CLI for Mail::Toaster 5
Mail::Toaster 5 is no longer under active development. Development has moved to Mail Toaster 6.
toaster_setupl.pl is the front end to everything you need to turn a computer into a secure, full-featured, high-performance mail server.
toaster_setup.pl -s <help> [-d] -s[ection] - see OPTIONS AND ARGUMENTS section for choices -v[erbose] - enable verbose output
A good place to start is:
toaster_setupl.pl -s help | less
The mail toaster is a collection of open-source software which provides a full-featured mail server running on FreeBSD, Mac OS X, and Linux. The system is built around the qmail mail transport agent, with many additions and modifications. Matt Simerson is the primary author and maintainer of the toaster. There is an active and friendly community of toaster owners which supports the toaster on a mailing list and web forum.
The toaster is built around qmail, a robust mail transfer agent by Daniel J. Bernstein, and vpopmail, a virtual domain manager by Inter7 systems. Matt keeps up with releases of the core software, evaluates them, decides when they are stable, and then integrates them into the toaster. Matt has also added several patches which add functionality to these core programs.
A complete set of instructions for building a mail toaster are on the toaster install page. There is a substantial amount of documentation available for the "Mail::Toaster" toaster. Much of it is also readable via "perldoc Mail::Toaster", and the subsequent pages. Don't forget to read the Install, Configure, and FAQ pages on the web site. If you still have questions, there is a Web Forum and mailing list. Both are browseable and searchable for your convenience.
OPTIONS AND ARGUMENTS
toaster_setup.pl -s <section> [-verbose] help - print this usage screen config - initial configuration of toaster*.conf files pre - installs a list of programs and libraries other toaster components need Standard Daemons & Utilities mysql - installs MySQL phpmyadmin - installs phpMyAdmin apache - installs Apache apachessl - installs self signed SSL certs for Apache Qmail and related tools ucspi - install ucspi-tcp w/MySQL patch daemontools - install daemontools ezmlm - install EzMLM idx vpopmail - installs vpopmail vpeconfig - configure ~vpopmail/etc/tcp.smtp vpopmysql - run the vpopmail MySQL grant and db create commands vqadmin - install vqadmin qmail - installs qmail with toaster patches qmailconf - configure various qmail control files netqmail - installs netqmail netqmailmac - installs netqmail with no patches djbdns - install the djbdns program courier - installs courier imap & pop3 daemons courierconf - post install configure for courier Web Mail and Admin interfaces qmailadmin - installs qmailadmin sqwebmail - installs sqwebmail (webmail app) squirrelmail - installs squirrelmail (webmail app) roundcube - installs Roundcube (webmail app) Mail Filtering filter - installs SpamAssassin, ClamAV, DCC, razor, and more razor - installs the razor2 agents maildrop - installs maildrop and mailfilter clamav - installs just ClamAV simscan - install simscan simconf - configure simscan simtest - run email tests to verify that simscan is working spamassassin - install and configure spamassassin allspam - activate spam filtering for all users Logs, Statistics, and Monitoring maillogs - creates the mail logging directories socklog - installs socklog isoqlog - installs and configured isoqlog supervise - creates the directories to be used by svscan test - runs a complete test suite against your server filtertest - runs the simscan and qmail-scanner email scanner tests authtest - authenticates against pop, imap, and smtp servers proctest - check for processes that *should* be running imap|pop3|smtp - do authentication test for imap, pop3, or smtp-auth toaster - install Mail::Toaster logmonster - install Apache::Logmonster nictool - install nictool (http://www.nictool.com/) all - installs everything shown on the toaster INSTALL page
all toaster_setup.pl -s all
a special target that tries to build the entire Mail::Toaster without any interaction from you. Unlike other targets, it will keep right on going when it encounters an error, getting as much built as it possibly can. It is presumed that the administrator is logging the output for later review. I use this target primarily in testing.
Matt Simerson (email@example.com)