Postfix is Wietse Venema's mail server that started life at IBM research as an alternative to the widely-used Sendmail program.

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How can I have multiple email accounts from different domains using Postfix?

I just made it through this helpful article and successfully have my mail server set up with a single domain. What I'm wondering now is how I can be able to add multiple email account for different ...
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setting up a relay port for postfix smtp on CentOS 7

A CentOS 7 server has postfix, dovecot, and mailx installed. I am able to make an IMAP connection to the server from my remote Thunderbird client running on my local devbox. But I am not able to ...
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Configure postfix to send and receive to and from localhost

Does anyone know what needs to be configured for postfix so that emails can be sent to localhost and received from localhost? e.g. send an email to user1@localhost will: result in user1 receiving ...
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Postfix doesn't send mail, complaining about “Host or domain name not found”

I followed these instructions in order to send mail and here's the Postfix log: Sep 26 00:46:24 tshepang postfix/smtpd[5728]: 8EE2464931: client=localhost[127.0.0.1] Sep 26 00:47:44 tshepang ...
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Mail filtering with procmail in a postfix/dovecot system with virtual users

I had a postfix/dovecot system with mail users working. After unsuccessfully following a few tutorials online to enable procmail, now I have an unusable system. What I want is to enable procmail ...
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Postfix + SpamAssassin: Incoming mail headers changes

I made a Postfix + SpamAssassin setup following the instructions most website recommend for this kind os setup. Basically I edited my master.cf to add: smtp inet n - - - ...
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Postfix configuration - keep the envelops

I have a postfix server that delivers mail and send a copy of the outgoing mail to a second server for content analysis using the following configuration (addresses and IPs have been replaced): ...
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sending email to IP address via postfix

My friend and I have configured two Postfix mail servers on our laptops. We succeeded in sending mail to a real network (to some Gmail accounts) from our computers; that was the easy part. We now ...
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What is the correct helo for a smtp server that does not receive mail and does not have a FQDN?

What is the legal and correct helo for my SMTP server. Out going email only. Behind a NAT with no inbound ports open. SMTP server does not have a FQDN. Send mail for 2 different domains We are a ...
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CLIENT wrappermode (port smtps/465) is unimplemented

I am getting the following error when I try to send email using a relayhost from a CentOS 7 server using postfix: Oct 19 19:53:08 localhost postfix/pickup[7174]: 64DAF1A53CB: uid=1002 ...
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Helo command rejected: need fully-qualified hostname Error

My mail server is in some blacklist cause of spams. I reconfugured postfix. Aften then My customers get this error they can't send emails. 404 4.5.2 <PLLAMNAZIFE>: Helo command rejected: need ...
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How to send mail from a remote SMTP host?

I have Postfix suite installed locally on Ubuntu 10.10. I can send/receive mail to my local address, e.g. user@local.com. I'm given credentials to a remote mail server mailbox, e.g. ...
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enabling smtp on port 465 and imap on port 993 for webapps running on centos 7

A CentOS 7 development server is used for prototyping webapps that send and receive email using JavaMail to connect with a remote mail server elsewhere on the internet. The remote mail server uses ...
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unable to view postfix email from centos 7 command line, why not?

I have postfix installed on a development box and I used the parameters from this other posting to configure postfix to work on localhost only. But the other posting does not explain how to send ...