Backup Manager for MailWizz EMA

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Backup Manager for MailWizz EMA FAQ

What is Backup Manager for MailWizz EMA?

Backup Manager for MailWizz EMA is a tool that allows users to easily backup their MailWizz EMA database and files for added security and peace of mind.

How does Backup Manager work?

Backup Manager for MailWizz EMA works by accessing the MailWizz EMA database and files and creating a complete backup of all the data. Users can then download and store these backups for safekeeping.

Is Backup Manager for MailWizz EMA easy to use?

Yes, Backup Manager for MailWizz EMA is designed to be user-friendly and simple to use. With just a few clicks, users can initiate a backup and download the files for storage.

Why should I use Backup Manager for MailWizz EMA?

Using Backup Manager for MailWizz EMA adds an extra layer of security to your MailWizz EMA data. In the event of a database or file corruption, users can easily restore their data from the backup files.

Can I schedule automatic backups with Backup Manager for MailWizz EMA?

Yes, Backup Manager for MailWizz EMA allows users to schedule regular automatic backups. This ensures that data is consistently backed up without the need for manual intervention.

How can I install Backup Manager for MailWizz EMA?

Installation instructions for Backup Manager for MailWizz EMA can be found in the product documentation. The process typically involves uploading the files to your MailWizz EMA installation and configuring the settings.

Backup Manager for MailWizz EMA

Important: This extension is compatible only with MailWizz 2.x.
If you are still using MailWizz 1.x, you can still purchase a license for this extension and contact us to provide you the extension compatible with MailWizz 1.x.

This extension enables one-click backup and scheduled backups for your MailWizz EMA powered application!
Since MailWizz EMA is under a continue and active development, releasing new version on a regular basis, it’s always a strugle and time consuming task to backup your data before an update.
This extension aims to alleviate this and to make the entire update and backup process easier and faster, if until now the backup process took you hours now it just takes seconds!


– One click backup
– Schedule backups (i.e: backup once a day, once at 2 days, once at 10 days, etc)
– Choose the number of backups to keep (i.e: keep only 10 most recent backups)
– Notification system (notify by email when a backup is completed but also when it fails, multiple email address are allowed)
– Backups listing
– Manually Download / Delete backups from the web interface

INSTALL in a few easy steps

– Login in the backend of your MailWizz EMA powered website and navigate to Extensions menu.
– Hit the upload button and select the extension archive and upload it.
– Enable the extension then click on it’s title to go to the extension page from where you can see input your backup details.

CONFIGURE the extension (after the above steps)

After the extension is enabled, a new menu item will be shown in the left-side sidebar, that is “Backup manager”.
Clicking on the menu item followed by the Settings sub-menu will get you on the extension settings page.
The most important setting is the “Storage path” which is the place where your backups will be stored.
Please make sure you create the backup directory and you chmod it to 0777 so that it will be writable by the web server but also by the command line module, this is very IMPORTANT!
Please do not set a backup directory inside your application files since you will backup your backup directoy too, resulting in huge backups from day to day.
If MailWizz is installed in /home/domain/public_html your backup directory should be one level up, like


The backup extension requires you to have the exec() function enabled in your PHP install since it will call a few command line commands to create the backups.
Additionally, this only works on a linux environment where the “tar” and “mysqldump” commands are available (99% of linux servers have them)

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