In this module you can manage a wide range of server applications available to you and your users in the control panel.
For example, you can install and enable Greylisting that can be used to filter spam messages, or webmail, a web-interface for managing e-mail, or a set of PHP scripts for managing phpMyAdmin, and so on.
Note This module is only available for administrators with superuser privileges.
See also ISPmanager technical articles
- View a list of applications
- Install application
- Delete application
- Update installed applications
- Enable the selected application
- Disable the selected application
View a list of applications
- Application name - the name of the system application.
- Installed version - software version that implements the application (already installed on the server).
- Status - application status:
- Type - application type, such as "experimental", "recommended", etc.
Before you start using the application, it should be installed on the server. Select the one you want to install and click the "Install" icon. Confirm that you want to install the selected application by clicking OK in the following form.
Once the application has been installed, you will need to activate it by clicking the "Enable" icon.
To delete an application from the server, select it from the list and click the "Delete" icon. Confirm that you want to delete the selected application by clicking OK in the following form.
Please note, that deleting an application may delete all the data associated with this application, such as databases, mailboxes, etc.
Update installed applications
This function is used to update the list of installed applications. It refreshes the control panel cache so that ISPmanager could find the applications that were manually installed or refreshed. Click the "Update" icon and confirm that you wish to refresh the list.
Enable the selected application
The "Installed" status means that the software you are going to use is already installed on your server, but is not active yet. Select the desired application and click the "Enable" icon. Confirm that you want to enable the selected application by clicking OK in the following form.
Disable the selected application
You may disable any of the applications you do not need. To do that, select it from the list and click the "Disable" icon. Confirm that you want to disable the selected application by clicking OK in the following form.
Please note, that disabling the application may delete associated data, such as databases, mailboxes, and so on. If you want to temporary disable any of the applications, please go to the Services (ISPmanager)module.
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