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Your question is hazy on the details, and I have a bad feeling you are making the whole thing more complex than it needs to be (do you really need to rename the mailing lists? What is it about Exchange that makes it not worse?) but to attempt to answer your concrete question, you should be able to add a second destination to the alias which runs the ...


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Your remote mail server doesn't believe root@yourdomain in the SMTP envelopeĀ¹ is a valid email address, so it's refusing messages from you. And that's where apticron is trying to send from, so it doesn't work. ssmtp allows you to override the default email address and relay on a per-user basis in the /etc/ssmtp/revaliases file. You can use this to set an ...


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You need to update the master.cf file: submission inet n - - - - smtpd -o smtpd_tls_security_level=encrypt -o smtpd_sasl_auth_enable=yes -o smtpd_client_restrictions=permit_mynetworks,permit_sasl_authenticated,reject -o smtpd_etrn_restrictions=reject -o smtpd_sasl_type=dovecot -o smtpd_sasl_path=private/auth-client ...


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Adding a mail server to an existing server should have no significant impacts. Other than resources required, the software will not interfere with other services. A few things to consider: Do you have a static IP address? If not many servers will consider your email spammish. Can you get the PTR record set to the sub-domain you will user for the mail ...


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There are two general approaches to solve script timeouts, you can either make the script faster, or bypass or extend the timeout. Everyone agrees that if you make the script faster it is better, but sometimes you can't or don't know how to. On public production scripts I would make every effort to make things fast enough not to timeout or goto a background ...


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We can see that your web server is also your mail server, and that webserver.zomgaming.com is the same host as zomgaming.net. Postfix knows that it is running on webserver.zomgaming.com, as evidenced by the 220 banner for inbound SMTP connections. However, it seems that Postfix does not know that it is also zomgaming.net (as per your /etc/hosts file), so ...


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According to Postfix README: By default, Postfix sets the "SMTPUTF8 requested" flag only on address verification probes and on Postfix sendmail submissions that contain UTF-8 in the sender address, UTF-8 in a recipient address, or UTF-8 in a message header value. If you submit mail through sendmail command or use address verification you may have ...


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Ok, so maybe this was a bit of a waste of time since the solution has nothing to do with gnome-gmail or the default browser, but i found the answer so i'm putting it up here in case anyone else finds it useful. It's actually as simple as clicking the "double-diamond" icon in chrome's address bar, in gmail, and choosing the "Allow chrome to open email links" ...


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The /var/spool/mail/ is the folder that mail is saved as a file as /var/spool/mail/$USER. when you call mail it will by default read that file. all read mails will be stored in mbox file and you can access them using mail -f ~/mbox.


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As far as all your services are located on the same host you really do not need any SSL encryption between services. Just restrict internal services to the localhost - that is all. In term of MySQL you have to modify my.cnf: . . . . . . [mysqld] bind-address = 127.0.0.1 port = 3306 socket = /tmp/mysql.sock . . . . . . Here you restrict ...


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This oneliner gathers the mailq output (I often pipe that to a file and then run the script against the file so I can tweak it with less performance impact). Then it cuts out only the mail ID first by using the cut command to identify the proper field and then using egrep to clean that up (removing empty lines, irrelevant IDs ending in * and lines starting ...


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As one of the comments says it looks like Google have moved to blocking apps that are using IMAP/SMTP PLAIN authentication by default and you can read official blogs stating that Google strongly recommends IMAP/SMTP protocol users switch to OAuth 2.0 (as XMPP is also listed I wonder if (older?) OSX iChat will stop working with GTalk at some point). ...



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