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Post.Office : Introduction : Uninstalling Post.Office back to FAQ
Question:How do I uninstall Post.Office?
Answer:

Post.Office is an excellent mail server and list server, so if you are having difficulty, please let us help you.

If you decide to uninstall without contacting us, we would appreciate knowing your situation.

For uninstalling, you can use one of these alternatives:


  • From a terminal window type:

    sudo rm -R /usr/local/post.office
    sudo rm -R /var/spool/post.office
    sudo rm -R /Library/StartupItems/PostOffice
    sudo rm -R /var/spool/mailbox
    sudo rm -R /Applications/Post.Office.app
    sudo rm /etc/post.office.conf
    sudo rm /usr/lib/libPO35.A.dylib
    sudo rm -R /Library/Receipts/Post-Office.pkg

  • Post.Office may also be uninstalled by user the uninstaller script included in the download. Mount the Post.Office disk image and run the script from the Terminal Application using the following syntax:

    sudo /Volumes/Post.Office-3.5.3/Scripts/installer.sh --delete /Library/Receipts/Post-Office.pkg

  • If you are running under Jaguar, you will need to download a new installer.sh from Tenon's web site. The installer.sh shipped with Post.Office does not run on Mac OS X 10.2.

    1. Download the installer.sh-tenon script
      You can either do this by:

      • explicitly downloading the file in your web browser from:
        ftp://ftp.tenon.com/test/installer.sh-tenon
      • bringing up a terminal window and running the commands:

        >ftp ftp.tenon.com
        >Name: anonymous
        >password: (your email address)
        >bin
        >cd test
        >get installer.sh-tenon


    2. Move /usr/bin/installer.sh to /usr/bin/installer.sh-apple
    3. Copy installer.sh-tenon to /usr/bin/installer.sh-tenon
    4. Change directory to /usr/bin and copy installer.sh-tenon to installer.sh
    5. Change directory to /Library/Receipts
    6. Execute the command: sudo installer.sh --delete Post-Office.pkg

last updated 25.08.2003
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