Webmin module 0.01 BETA released
richard.lush at HP.COM
Tue Jan 14 09:03:55 GMT 2003
Thanks for the comments, glad you like it so far :-)
The plan is to add the ability to manually edit the files, I sort of
have it working at the moment but not good enough to put into this
Where there are multiple options for actions which are predefined, such
as what to do with spam, I want to add these as check boxes - just need
to work out how to do it.
Not sure what you mean by browse option under what to do with spam, but
I'll check it out.
Anyway, thanks for the feedback so far.
On Mon, 2003-01-13 at 21:30, Rose, Bobby wrote:
> Looks good on Solaris. Here's a suggestions, in the places where you
> can set rule files or the reports add an option to manual edit them.
> As it times goes on, you could probably add a subpage for
> adding/removing rules to the rule files for those people who still
> mess up making them. You could probably reuse the edit code from the
> sendmail module such as the sendmail/edit_file.cgi.
> Also you missed the browse option for Spam Actions under What to do
> with Spam. Can't High Scoring Spam Action be a rule also?
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Lush, Richard [mailto:Richard.Lush at HP.COM]
> Sent: Monday, January 13, 2003 6:58 AM
> To: MAILSCANNER at JISCMAIL.AC.UK
> Subject: Webmin module 0.01 BETA released
> Hi All,
> I've just finished the BETA version of my webmin module and
> would like some volunteers to test it. Although it is beta I
> haven't trashed my system yet using it, although I do backup
> my mailscanner.conf just in case.
> I'm not sure what people want from it so I do need your help
> in shaping what this looking like.
> I'm new to cgi and perl so there are a few "features" which
> need ironing out. Here is a list of the ones I know about:
> Maximum number of child forks not displaying
> Currently no external rules sets can be viewed/edited
> No lines which are #'d out can be edited (Any ideas anyone?)
> Currently no help is available
> Some of the file browsing buttons aren't working
> Here is a link to the website:
> Please note: This is written by me and as such all feedback
> comments etc should be sent to me and not Julian.
> Richard Lush
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