Last Updated: 17 April 2018
By Maynard Paton


Retrieving Your Sendy Database Password


Welcome to Part 14 of Installing Sendy and Virtualmin on Amazon Web Services (AWS).

This page describes how to retrieve your Sendy database password from  Virtualmin to enable the Sendy software to work. (Source: Tharindu Kumara)

Here are the steps to follow

1) If you have recently completed Part 10, you may already be logged in to Virtualmin.

Otherwise, log in to Virtualmin by navigating to Your Virtualmin Installation URL within your browser:


(For the purposes of this guide, I have used testdemo.colcolmail.co.uk:10000)

The username is root and the password is the server root password you set within Part 3. Then click Sign in.

2) Within the left-hand Virtualmin menu, select Edit Databases:


3)  The Edit Databases menu should now appear:


A database with the name of Your Chosen Subdomain should already exist.  

Click Passwords.

4) The Change database passwords option should now appear:


Click the key symbol. 

5) The Password for MySQL database will now appear, and is your Sendy database password:


IMPORTANT! 

Make a note of your Sendy database password as it will be used within Part 15. Your Sendy database password will differ to the one shown in the screenshot above.

(The Username for MySQL database displayed should be Your Chosen Subdomain). 

6) All done!

Stay logged in to Virtualmin, and click here to start Part 15. Alternatively, click here to return to the Introduction.

If you have any questions or comments about this page, please let me know so I can keep this website as helpful as possible.

Happy installing!

Maynard Paton

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