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XMail Log Archiver Version 0.3rc1
Copyright (C) 2006 Bryn Mosher
This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under 
the terms of the GNU General Public License Version 2 as published by the Free 
Software Foundation.

This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY 
WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A 
PARTICULAR PURPOSE.  See the GNU General Public License for more details.

You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License along with 
this program; if not contact , write to hide@address.com or Free 
Software Foundation, Inc., 51 Franklin Street, Fifth Floor, Boston, MA  
02110-1301  USA

This is the initial release of XMail Log Archiver. Please make bug reports and 
feature requests at http://xmlogarch.sourceforge.net. If you would like to help 
by writing/editing documentation, contributing to the project's website or 
conrtibuting code please contact hide@address.com 

This document is sparse at the moment, I know. Please bear with me as the 
project begins. Win32 support is still being developed, so for now this 
document focuses on *nix. If you are bave enough, I could use Win32 testers!

1. Unzip Files
Unzip the contents of xmlogarch-{version}.zip to the installation directory of 
your choice. I have mine in /var/MailRoot/bin but you can put them anywhere as 
long as the file xmlogarch.php and the directory xmlogarch.d are in the same 
place. We will be using /var/MailRoot/bin in our examples during the 

2. RTFM and Configuration
The first bit of documentation you will want to read is the script's help text. 
At a console, type '/var/MailRoot/bin/xmlogarch -h' and read the text 
completely. It may be tempting to try a couple of things you see, but please 
don't yet. After you have read the text, edit the file xmlogarch_conf.php in 
the xmlogarch.d directory to suit your needs. By default, the 'move' and 'zip' 
reports are tunred off. please enable them after you are satisfied with the 
rest of the settings.

Be sure that the bash wrapper script (xmlogarch) is executable. You can do this 
by typing 'chmod u+x /var/MailRoot/bin/xmlogarch' at the console.

Now that you have the script installed, you can run it according to the help 
text. The advantage of running it via the bash wrapper is that the process is 
automatically given a 'nice -n 16' to keep it from hogging CPU.

* Roadmap *
I have no specific raodmap yet, but hope to add or enhance the following soon:
* Documantation and wrapper for Win32
* Improve server report and move report

* Support *
You use this at your own risk, but you might be able to get help at the 
project's sourceForge page.

* Change Log *
0.3rc1	2006-05-02
	* Initial release
0.3rc2	2006-05-03
	* Oficially added Win32 support
	* Fixed errors from new constants not being in older versions of
	* Added support for plaintext password in config for those without
	  mcrypt PHP modules
0.3rc3	2006-05-05
	* Added support for PHP 5.x functions used for 4.x users - so far
	  scandir() and array_combine() (list at end of xmlogarch_funcs.php)
	* Fixed _many_ stray variables
	* Added error_reporting( E_ALL ) so user error reports ar more
	* Fixed report directives starting with a 'c' triggering config file
	  command line option functionality
	* Grab correct user name for who ran the script under Win32
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