The Installation of MailBeez is successfully tested with osCMax v2.0.25, running on PHP 5.2.11

The installation is straight forward and can be done in a couple of minutes by following these three steps:

  • copy new files
  • modify existing files
  • add admin access

Step 1 – copy new files

copy following file to your admin-directory

mailbeez.php

copy following file and folder to your catalog-directory (where your index.php is located)

mailhive (folder)

mailhive.php

Step 2 – modify existing files

1. Add the filename definition

located and open the file

admin/includes/filenames.php

add e.g. at the end

define('FILENAME_MAILBEEZ', 'mailbeez.php');
define('FILENAME_HIVE', 'mailhive.php');

do almost the same for your catalog:

includes/filenames.php

add

define('FILENAME_HIVE', 'mailhive.php');

2. Add a menu entry

located and open the file

admin/includes/boxes/tools.php

find

tep_admin_files_boxes(FILENAME_WHOS_ONLINE, BOX_TOOLS_WHOS_ONLINE, TOP));

replace with

tep_admin_files_boxes(FILENAME_WHOS_ONLINE, BOX_TOOLS_WHOS_ONLINE, TOP) . tep_admin_files_boxes(FILENAME_MAILBEEZ, 'MailBeez', TOP));

this will add the menu-entry “MailBeez” to your Tools-Box. Feel free to place this link whereever you want.

Step 3: add admin access

Administrator > File Access

  1. Click Folder “Tools”
  2. Click Button “store files”
  3. Select “mailbeez.php” in dropdown list
  4. Click Button “save”

Administrator > Member Groups

  1. Click Button “Groups”
  2. Select the Group you would like to give access to MailBeez
  3. Click Button “new permission”
  4. Check mailbeez.php in section “Tools”

repeat for any group you would like to give access to MailBeez

Weitere Schritte

Nach der Grund-Installation hilft das Tutorial Schnelleinstieg weiter, die Grundlagen von MailBeez zu verstehen.

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