New answers tagged smtp
Give the host a FQDN, e.g. foo.product1.com. Set the HELO to be this fully qualified domain name. Ensure that external DNS can resolve that name. Otherwise, you'll see lots of rejects, as observed, as blocking such (possibly via something like smtpd_helo_restrictions = reject_invalid_hostname reject_non_fqdn_hostname) is an inexpensive way to eliminate a ...
Fixed with this. poll pop.1and1.com protocol POP3 envelope "Delivered-To:" localdomains example.org user "*@example.org" there with password "Passw0rd!" is * here smtpaddress localhost ssl fetchall Then the postfix receive all mails and handles the correct mailbox. (Its funny: You can redirect fetched mails to internet :D :D) But thanks ...
You can instruct fetchmail which is the remote user and which is the local user by: poll pop.1and1.com protocol POP3: user "firstname.lastname@example.org" there with password "Passw0rd!" ssl fetchall is local-user here It is also possible to use another mda using: poll pop.1and1.com protocol POP3: user "email@example.com" there with password ...
Write yourself a tiny shell script to use as a "sendmail" value. Eg configure ~/.muttrc with set sendmail = /home/yourid/bin/mymuttsendmail and in mymuttsendmail put something like #!/bin/bash tmp=$(mktemp /tmp/mymutt.XXXXXX) cat >$tmp ( if ! msg=$(msmtp "$@" <$tmp 2>&1) then zenity --error --text "$msg" fi rm $tmp ) & exit 0 ...
Have you considered using a better nullmailer, msmtp is about as minimalist as it gets? or even a full MTA like exim or postfix (they're not very difficult to configure)? There's a list of other nullmailer options at http://linuxmafia.com/faq/Mail/nullmailers.html
Solution found here Instead of use -a pam for saslauthd use -a sasldb like this saslauthd -a sasldb
Top 50 recent answers are included