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The posters in this thread claim success although the explanation of what options need to be changed lacks detail. http://sourceforge.net/p/davmail/support-requests/134/ I have the URLs but I need more specific instructions in how to change the settings of Davmail and my email clients. Can anyone help?


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In Exim, you have to configure the transport for the local delivery router correctly. It's apparently now using a transport that's configured to deliver to /var/mail/$local_part, see if you have a transport that's configured to deliver to the directory = $home/Maildir and use that. Without knowing how your config looks like at the moment it's not possible ...


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If you want distinct myhostname then you may interested in Postfix Multipe Instance, see the official documentation here. With this feature, each instance will get one IP address and one myhostname parameter. And because the default value of smtp_helo_name was myhostname, then your helo name should match your myhostname. For example, you have two ...


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The message "... is not yet authorized to deliver mail from ..." is similar to a greylist implementation described in Adding Greylisting Support. If the destination server implement similar script, you can send your mail by flushing your queue to retry sending soon. $ postqueue -f The greylist implementation works as follows; If a mail come from an ...


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-o myhostname=abc not much important. To affect HELO You must override -o smtp_helo_name=abc Values configured in main.cf has complex inheritance, but it work only on main.cf loading. When You override some parameters latter, You need override all necessary. For now, I dont know how to force postfix to send mail from domain over correct worker, But I think ...


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Postfix is an SMTP server (and client, since it does relaying) and local delivery agent (to directories, mailbox files, etc). mailx is a client for a variety of mail protocols and can access local mail in a variety of storage formats. But if you want to be able to access your mail with the IMAP protocol (a communication protocol designed specifically for ...


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Unless you have a specific requirement to move your mail store; simply restore the configuration to the defaults. That setup stores your emails in /var/spool/mail/<username> instead of your home which means any MUA you install will know where to find it without any reconfiguration.


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In main.cf I changed the line mydestination = $myhostname localhost.$mydomain $mydomain into the line mydestination = $myhostname localhost.$mydomain $mydomain example.ru Now everything seem to work fine. However, if someone knows what the actual cause of the problem is, please enlighten us!


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Change MAIL=/home/root/Maildir to MAIL=/root/Maildir


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If you are just testing the plumbing, then using mail/sendmail from the command line will work fine (as will telnet localhost 25). If you are not getting that mail, check /var/log for errors and post those for help resolving. If you actually want to send and receive email from the command line then you need a Mail User Agent (MUA) not a Mail Transfer Agent ...


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According to the log, there are two problems: You should change your smtpd_recipient_restrictions and add at least one of the proposals in the log, for example: smtpd_recipient_restrictions = permit_sasl_authenticated permit_mynetworks reject_unauth_destination Your Dovecot does not seem to be listening to port 2003. You should check if netstat shows ...



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