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In Setup > collectionLists add a new entry like below: (at the main menu just press S L A): here an example if you have a gmail account: Nickname : gmail-test Server : imap.gmail.com/ssl/user=your_user_name@gmail.com Path : View : The corresponding entry (gmail-test in this example) will be created and will be accessible at Folder List. ...


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These steps worked Steps: vim /etc/mail/sendmail.mc at the end: define(`MAIL_HUB', `example.com.')dnl define(`LOCAL_RELAY', `example.com.')dnl and then: sendmailconfig (or /etc/mail/make depending on your distro) service sendmail restart testing: echo -e "To: user@example.com\nSubject: Test\nTest\n" | sendmail -bm -t -v echo -e "To: user\nSubject: ...


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Often you can look at the headers of the bounced mail about what has gone (wrong) under way, how far the mail got and which machine rejected it (or was offline). If you have access to the sending and/or receiving machine's /var/log/mail.log check those for messages to make you start looking for possible configuration problems on the right machine. Looking ...


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If you want to send email to a user at an IP address, you need to enclose the address in brackets, e.g. dest_user@[ip.ad.dr.ess]. Whether that addressing will be accepted by the receiving server is another issue. My mail servers don't accept email addressed to it IP address.


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It is neither recommended nor common to remove received headers. However, there are cases where it is desirable to remove the headers in an attempt to prevent leakage of your network configuration. (This may not be as successful as intended.). If you are removing headers, it is recommended you keep a record of the removed headers so that they can be ...


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mail's exit status refers to local processing only. It means: "This mail has been accepted bei the local MTA." It cannot say anything about the success of delivering the mail as that has not even been tried at this point.


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If you don't have a static IP address, you shouldn't be sending email directly to the Internet. Kudo's to your ISP for blocking the spambots on their network from reaching me. Even if you were allowed to send email, many hosts would refuse your mail or route it to the spam box. Configure you mail server to send via your ISP's relay server. Many ...


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If your ISP is blocking outbound port 25, you've probably made a bad choice in the location of your mailserver. Because port 25 is blocked, I am assuming you have a machine inside your home/office, vs using a server. I would highly recommend that you take what you've learned from setting up postfix and install it on a cheap VPS. It is not a good idea to ...


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The forward and reverse DNS need to match. The name itself does not matter. For example in my domain (ziobro.info) I have a record: rack2 IN A 162.219.7.27 My provider has a record: 27 PTR rack2.ziobro.info. in their corresponding in-addr.arp file. One of my mail domains (ziobro.rochester.ny.us) has the appropriate ...



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