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comment setting up a relay port for postfix smtp on CentOS 7
I suggest reading Mutt's man page for more details. For example: "set smtp_url=smtp://myusername@myserver.domain.tld/"
Mar
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comment setting up a relay port for postfix smtp on CentOS 7
Either run a mail client on the server (like mutt) or forward the port with ssh and use your Thunderbird client.
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comment setting up a relay port for postfix smtp on CentOS 7
Are you able to authenticate and send mail through the submission (587) port from the mail host? I'm trying to determine if it's the firewall or the postfix setup.
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comment setting up a relay port for postfix smtp on CentOS 7
Oh! I see. You want to set up an SMTP submission port (typically 587) on your mail server. You will need to open the 'submission' port on the firewall and add the SMTP submission service with SASL authentication.
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answered setting up a relay port for postfix smtp on CentOS 7
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answered Moved CGI-Bin folder by mistake, now site won't work
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answered How to set the path of the default compiler in ./cshrc
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comment Centos 6.5 iconv 2.5 glibc
No. The individual numbers in the version string aren't zero-padded.
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comment ping localhost sometimes fails with sendmsg: Operation not permitted
127.0.0.1 is the loopback interface -- which isn't your network adapter, but an in-kernel interface. Getting intermittent ping: sendmsg: Operation not permitted on the loopback interface sounds to me like something is either changing that interface or modifying the firewall. It shouldn't randomly reject pings.
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answered What is the difference between all of these Debian version numbers?
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comment Tried to mv folder, now having trouble finding folder
Also, don't expect user$/Downloads/ to actually work in Unix shells. Either use $USER or ~ for your own user. I don't know what user$ is supposed to mean.
Dec
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comment Tried to mv folder, now having trouble finding folder
No, it would put it into ~/Downloads/, so you'd be left with ~/Downloads/Downloads/. Try running sudo mv /Downloads ~/Blah if that's what you want it named. You need sudo here because you're modifying /.
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comment Tried to mv folder, now having trouble finding folder
The contents of the old ~/Downloads/Blah/ should be inside /Downloads/, if it was indeed renamed as steeldriver said.
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comment Tried to mv folder, now having trouble finding folder
So, when you say .../Downloads/ you mean /Downloads/?
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answered Tried to mv folder, now having trouble finding folder