Ideally you should use your home directory.
Note down the directory you saved it in. Also tick the Hide check box next to it to prevent the Automator window showing up when you log in. Therefore you can only use it with sites running locally, on your machine. It will obviously NOT work with your live site! Go to System , Global Configuration and click on the Server tab. This may also hold true for some Joomla! Fortunately, there is a way to use MailCatcher with it.
You will need to edit your php. The easiest way to find where your php. As noted above, some extensions might not go through Joomla! You should set up php.
If you are using a plugin which overrides the mail configuration you will need to disable it. Yes great tool, being not afraid to use the command line I start it with mailcatcher. Great post anyway! Your email address will not be published. Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam.
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Current Version 3. Downloads 68, Version Downloads 0. License Free. Date 14 Feb Price Free. To leave a comment, you need to be logged in. I'd suggest that and, if you don't get an adequate response, then perhaps you'd be better served by using a different product. I don't mean to send you somewhere else, but you should be able to find help from Mac OS X users who've installed Joomla on their Installation Forum. You wrote: You can try the following apps for free: It's designed for coding in HTML. Good luck!
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I appreciate your response and understand your point of view. However, Joomla! Since they are both familiar with the interface and these CMS'es provide the range of features they require, it just makes sense. Unfortunately, I am the one 'stuck' with the need to step up and learn this - fairly quickly! I have predicted it will be challenging to say the least. So, I'll need to not only learn how to implement Joomla locally then remotely, but also how to create a template based on the redesign and make it all work When I finally decided to buy a.
Mac account, I figured why not use the same account name and start fresh!