Postfix

Once chroot() call is applied to chrooted lighttpd or apache web server, you lost the connection with real /usr/sbin/sendmail program. The php mail() function allows you to send mail. For the Mail functions to be available, PHP must have access to the sendmail binary on your system during compile time. If you use another mail […]

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So how do you limit the mailbox size for users configured with the Postfix mail server? It is good choice to avoid problem (disk DoS) by limiting mailbox size. This will avoid the user or hacker to eat up all hard disk space. Display the default mailbox size limit Type the following command: # postconf […]

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I don’t want let spammers take control of my mail server, I have configured my mail server but I am not sure how do I test my mail server for open relay? But what is an open mail realy? An open mail relay occurs when a mail server processes a mail message where neither the […]

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Postfix is an open source mail transfer agent (MTA), for the routing and delivery of email. This post examples how to forward an email to another local or remote email user using Postfix MTA.

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Sendmail is age-old mail transfer agent (MTA). We still use sendmail on Solaris boxes and all other web hosting (www) server to route mails via our master MTA. Task: Linux/UNIX deliver old email The command sendmail -q forces the mail queue to be sent. Use the command mailq to find out what’s in the queue: […]

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