Exim is a message transfer agent (MTA) developed at the University of Cambridge for use on *nix. It is licensed under the GNU GPL, so is Free software.

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Exim4 Configuration for Webserver

I successfully configured exim4 to handle mail only for the localhost (just for forms on the website). I tested it by sending messages from the CLI to myself on another domain. My problem is that the ...
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PHP mail() and Debian Wheezy Not Working

I am currently running my on debian wheezy with php5 installed. I was trying use the mail() function, and I realised that I will require a MTA/exim installed before it will be possible because the ...
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Mails flagged as ****spam*** [closed]

I have Exim mail server. Mails generated by PHP code are flagged as spam in mail subject. Please help to stop that **spam** subject in my mail which generated by PHP code.
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Deliver emails outside network, from a server behind router DNS and port forwarding

I've been trying to configure webserver to deliver emails outside the local network. Server is connected directly to the router and relay on its DNS service, and one of that online service for resolve ...
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configure exim for system email forwarding (outside) , on a server with dynamic ip, behind a DNS router

Trying to configure exim to deleaver email to the outside world. I/We need to send email outside just for centralize certain admin notifications. Working on an already configured debian webserver, ...
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Incoming Spam Mail to my mail id's in my website

I am getting lot's of incoming spam mail's to mail id's in my websites such as (info@domain.com, infouk@domain.com) mostly to info pages not to user's mail account. How to stop mail from such mail ...
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Incoming Spam Mail in exim mail server

My domain getting lot of spam mail like xxx@mydomain.com, yyy@mydomain.com. We don't have such user's but we getting mails like that.Also getting lot of bounce mails, How to control spam like this in ...
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Trying to use TLS SMTP against Exim, getting Security Error back; what's wrong?

OS: FreeBSD9 64 Bit MTA: EXIM4 with TLS with Self Signed Certificate. I am using telnet myserver.com 25 EHLO dummy@dummy.com STARTTLS It says TLS go ahead And then I issue MSG FROM: ...
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Change OS Name from email send by exim

OS: FREEBSD 9 OS ROLE: SERVER MAIL SERVER: EXIM When I send mail from my freebsd server to gmail. and when i click on show original. I shows my os name too along with mta name. as in first line of ...
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How to Use Domainkeys and DKIM both with exim on freebsd server machine

I have setup exim mta on freebsd. I have also setup DKIM on this machine and my mails are properly signed. I want to know how to setup Domainkeys along with DKIM on exim so that my mails are signedf ...
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How to configure Exim to forward all incoming mail to new server?

I am moving servers, both of them running Debian (oldstable and stable). Both are running Exim4. When I switch the DNS entries over to the new server, I'd like the old server to still forward incoming ...
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missed X-Spam- headers for all messages in exim4 + spamassassin

I'm trying to configure spam filter on VPS Debian Squeeze, exim4-heavy + spamassassin and dovecot. Exim version 4.72, SpamAssassin version 3.3.1, Perl version 5.10.1 And I have an irritating problem ...
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How can I avoid mangling arguments with spaces in Exim's ${run{…}} expansion?

I have a program, /usr/local/bin/rt_queue_exists, which takes one argument. If the argument smells good, the program exits with status 0; non-zero otherwise. I want a router that accepts messages only ...
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How can I bcc with mailx?

I'm trying to send unix mail (heirloom-mailx) via bcc. $ mail -V 12.5 6/20/10 My MTA is exim, which sends via Gmail SMTP. I can execute the following: echo -e "body" | mail -s 'subject' -b ...
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Is it possible to run a private mailserver?

Last week my email provider (mout.web.de) got listed on spamcop. So I cannot send emails to recipients whose mailserver uses spamcop. An obvious solotion, which popped up in the forums, is to switch ...
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PHP + Exim4 on Debian - mail does not get delivered

I have a fresh Debian installation with LAMP. There is a PHP script that sends email messages to arbitrary addresses using the mail function, but it does not work - the messages don't get delivered. ...
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How to recompile exim4-daemon-heavy? [duplicate]

I have had a few problem with exim4 and various phone mail clients (Windows Phone in particular) that seem to result from bad mail clients together with GnuTLS. I'd like to recompile ...
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setting up sendmail on debian?

I have a LAMP localhost server setup for some development and I want to test out if my code is working. Some of the tests involve checking if the correct emails are sent out by the code at the ...
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setting up exim4 for vep

I have exim4 running on a Debian server. A couple of applications send VERP mail from specific domains. Reading the exim docs it suggests a router that looks for certain domains and passes off to a ...
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Debian installation has no uucp user - how to create

I have just installed Debian Squeeze x64 and tried sending myself a test email from it using the normal "mail" command. When I sent it I got this error from Exim: 2013-06-08 08:12:46 Exim ...
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Installing Dovecot and Exim on CentOS 6.4

I've been looking for some guides on setting up a secure Dovecot and Exim mail server setup on CentOS 6.4, however it seems there's nothing out there. Does anyone know of any guides - or - if someone ...
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How do I retrieve email with Exim4?

I successfully installed and configured Exim4 on my Debian/Squeeze machine, so now I am able to send outgoing emails with a command like this: exim4 -v recipient@domain.com From: sender@domain.com ...
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::1 during exim-config?

While executing sudo dpkg-reconfigure exim4-config there is this screen (IP adresses on which exim shall listen): What does the ::1 mean? Is it an exim specific thing or - as I assume - some ...
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Exim4 as smarthost with SSL?

I want to use exim4 as a smarthost to send email using an smtp mail account over ssl. I've seen the hosts_require_tls option, but I need SSL and not TLS. How should I do this?
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Daemon file access denied while it shouldn't

I recently installed a new SSL certificate and then also decided to tighten security a bit by make the private key less readable. This caused a problem with exim. The certificate is now 640 with ...
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Why is exim4 listening on port 25?

Am I misinterpreting the results of netstat -anp --tcp --udp | grep LISTEN wrong, or does the output mean, that the process exim4 is listening to the outside on port 25: tcp 0 0 ...
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How do i fix the to address when forwarding with mail/exim?

I am using debian squeeze (i believe, the box doesnt really say) i config exim4 to use gmail and put root: someuser in /etc/aliases then put my email address (name+box@gmail.com) in .forward I ...
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How do I email root?

I am on Debian squeeze and I'd like to forward my root emails to my real email. I setup exim to use gmail so when I write mail myname@myemail.com it sends to my email. However, now I'd like to email ...
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setup fetchmail/exim4 to download from gmail account and forward to another email address

I'm trying to setup my debian server to download email from a gmail account (e.g. forwarder@gmail.com) and then forward it to a 3rd party email. The reason I can't just setup email forwarding within ...
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exim4 on debian: why does this ACL work when testing with -bh but not in actual use?

I've got local_acl_check_data to reject the typical spammer tactic of using the same address as From: and To:, but since some less-spammy sources, such as Yahoo Groups, do this, I'm using a whitelist ...