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Are both mitigations required when audit2allow suggests both restorecon and one type enforcement rule?

SELinux is permissive mode to help avoid operational issues during a transition to a new RHEL7 server deployment. Whilst some SELinux issues are fairly easy to review and resolve with a modicum of ...
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Postfix and Apache: Permission denied on CentOS 7

I am setting up a CentOS 7 Server with Apache2, MySQL, PHP and Postfix (for sending emails over PHP) My problem at the moment is that I get the following error (at the error_log from Apache): ...
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Postfix unable to read ssl certs in default location due to SELinux policy on CentOS 6.7

I have installed and configured postfix to use ssl certifcates for sending external mail via a relay. This setup has worked on several other Ubuntu/Centos machines. I have my certificates in: /etc/...
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Permission problems. Can't retrieve inbox messages from dovecot

I got a VPS server at a webhoster which has CentOS 6.6 as operating system. Because I have multiple domains which are used by various people, this server is going to serve multiple roles: nameserver (...
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Altermime and SELINUX

I've setup an application called altermime (http://www.pldaniels.com/altermime/) for postfix (SMTP server) which alters emails midstream. I'm injecting a "X-ListUnsubscribe" header into every email ...
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How to create Maildir directory with enough permissions for Postfix?

I have CentOS 5.5 with Postfix installed on it. I want to use local delivery agent with default setting, but I want it to store mail with Maildir directory style mailboxes. When I set the mailboxes ...