MySQL is a database application that is very fast and very reliable. You can read more about it by visiting http://www.mysql.com/.
Temporarily start MySQL to secure it:
# service mysql-server onestart
Secure MySQL root user account and delete nameless user(s):
Set the root password and other features. Accepting all the defaults is likely best.
Copy MySQL configuration file from example:
# cp /usr/local/etc/mysql/my.cnf.sample /usr/local/etc/mysql/my.cnf
Add MySQL to system startup, and restart it:
# sysrc mysql_enable=YES # service mysql-server restart
Create and populate Maia-Mailguard database:
# mysql -u root -p mysql (Enter MySQL root password) > CREATE DATABASE maia; > GRANT ALL PRIVILEGES ON maia.* TO vscan@localhost IDENTIFIED BY 'vscan_user_password'; > FLUSH PRIVILEGES; > QUIT; # mysql -u vscan -p maia < /usr/local/share/doc/maia/maia-mysql.sql (Enter "vscan" user's password)