@mrmarkuz Thank you. My guess is you are both correct. Since I wasn’t actually using the mail server since a clean install, I figured I could ignore all the instructions about upgrading.
@EddieA Thank you. Very helpful.
Is it possible that nethserver-mail-common (others?) is included in the base Nethserver installation or something else I installed, rather than being installed by the mail server package?
But it is odd that nobody else has complained. One noteworthy thing is I did a clean install from the current Nethserver ISO and maybe others upgraded from an earlier version. I have too many other things on my plate to go investigate, but I am sure somebody here knows.
More details that may help somebody:
My messages log says:
Mar 10 16:12:24 roy pkgaction: remove: @nethserver-mail, nethserver-mail-filter, nethserver-mail-server, nethserver-p3scan
Mar 10 16:12:24 roy pkgaction: update:
Mar 10 16:12:24 roy pkgaction: install:
Mar 10 16:12:26 roy yum: Erased: nethserver-p3scan-1.1.3-1.ns7.noarch
Mar 10 16:12:26 roy yum: Erased: nethserver-mail-filter-1.4.4-1.ns7.noarch
Mar 10 16:12:26 roy yum: Erased: nethserver-mail-server-1.11.0-1.ns7.noarch
But a search for installed packages with the string: mail shows:
and several others without “nethserver” in the module name:
getmail, mailcap, mailx
and, there are two links in the left side Menu labeled:
My complete list of packages installed:
Deep packet inspection (DPI)
Intrusion Prevention System
MariaDB (MySQL) sdeerver
Virtual machines manager