The mail script should now send without any problems.
You will also have to disable the option of “prevent user from authenticating” under the mailbox properties.
I’d like to share the steps I took for installing and configuring AWStats on my Ubuntu Server.
Installation Ubuntu has the AWStats package available in the repositories, which we can install with: This will install the basic files, but there is still a bit of configuring to do, so we’ll dive into that next.
/bin/bash mkdir -p /var/log/build/php/ date=$(date %s) log=/var/log/build/php/php.build.$src=/usr/local/src/php-5.4.6 # This can be changed to any uncompressed PHP source folder cd $src echo "--- BUILD STARTED ---" | tee $log echo "BUILD LOG - $(date %m.%d.%y) - $date" | tee -a $log # Build and Install make clean ./configure \ --enable-fpm \ --with-mysql --with-mysql-sock=/var/lib/mysql/--with-mysqli=/usr/bin/mysql_config \ --with-curl=/usr/lib \ --enable-zip \ --enable-mbstring \ --with-mcrypt=/usr/lib64 \ --with-openssl=/usr \ --enable-sockets | tee -a $log \ && make | tee -a $log \ && make install | tee -a $log echo "--- BUILD COMPLETE ---" | tee -a $log echo "Full build log available at $log" You will need to remove any ” you have from your My SQL root password.