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Invalid query: Table 'postfix.admin' doesn't exist

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Hi

I have just installed postfix admin running fedora core 5. When I go to the admin section I get

DEBUG INFORMATION:
Invalid query: Table 'postfix.admin' doesn't exist

Is postfix admin not supposed to create every thing for you?
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you need to start mysql and create the postfix tables


here the same problem like you
http://forums.high5.net/lofiversion/index.php/t2474.html
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