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Now that the MySQL database has been created, we need to move into configuring Postfix to access and use the details.Contents1 Postfix files1.1 Domain Details1.2 Forwarding1.3 Mailboxes1.4 Email2 Permissions3 Edit main.cf4...
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Now that we have Postfix and MySQL installed we need to create the database to hold the domain and user details.Contents1 Overview2 Make the Database3 User creation4 Table Creation4.1 Domains table4.2 Users table4.3 Forward...
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Now we've added the vmail user, we are ready to install Postfix and MySQL. Remember, we will be using MySQL to control the domains and user details for our mail server.Contents1 Installation1.1 MySQL1.2 Postfix2 Testing3 Summary...
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Now that we've configured Postfix to use MySQL, we can begin creating the means to use secure connections with our mail server. We do this by using saslauthd.Contents1 Saslauthd2 Editing saslauthd3 MySQL4 Users5 Restart6...
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Now we've created our self-signed certificate, we can go ahead and configure Postfix to use it.Contents1 Editing Main.cf1.1 TLS parameters1.2 PEM file (or lack thereof)2 SummaryEditing Main.cf As with the previous Postfix...
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Following from the Postfix - Installation article, we can now look at the main.cf file and see what the settings are and what they mean.Note that at this stage we are dealing with a single domain for our email needs.Contents1...
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The base package for all the mail articles will be postfix. There are alternatives to postfix, each with advantages and disadvantages and, without going into the differences, we have chosen Postfix due its relative ease of...
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Now that we've configured Postfix to use MySQL, we can begin creating the means to use secure connections with our mail server. We do this by using saslauthd.Contents1 Saslauthd2 Editing saslauthd3 MySQL4 Users5 Restart6...
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So far, we have sent test emails using the command line.However, there is no real feedback from these clients as to how our mail server responded - did it respond with the correct details? Note that it is possible to send/receive...
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