I've enabled popb4smtp in my mail server. Is this because of the IP 220.127.116.11 don't have a dns record? How can I sending email from this type of Ip which don't have dns entry?. But if I enable SMTP auth I can send email form this same ip. Another thing is I can connect to port 587 from the email client to send email but can't connect to port 25.
I have configured postfix to send/receive mail from/to for two domains we manage. [URL] and [URL] Most of the cases there is no issue sending out or receiving emails. However, a few users of domainY.com complained that their senders were not able to sent them email. after much investigation, we started thinking that the mailserver failed to send us email may the failing on doing a SMTP Banner issue.
Is there anyone who knows how to deal with this SMTP banner issue with multiple domain. We want different SMTP banner when doing EHLO on different server.
So, I have mail server ( posfix ) and ldap server, they works fine. I can add/delete users from posfix, and they can send / receive mails to/from any address. At same time my ldap server works fine, I have also users in it, my "simple" question would be...if I have user "test1" in ldap, what I have to do to connect--enable that user to send mails ?
I have configured dns, postfix, dovecot, https, squirrel mail on fedora11 everything working very well. While configuring out look the same domain users getting mails the virtual users not receiving mails it showing pop3 error. But he can able to receive mails in his home directory.
I've setup postfox on Fedora 13 in order to send emails to and from gmail. I thought this was working, but it is dropping approx 50% of mails with an error. The other 50% work OK. It seems completely random. I've read the link but I stil dont quite understand.
My machine is just a PC, on talktalk's network in the UK. I use dyndns to allocate a DNS alias (well several actually) to my dynamic IP address - not sure if this is relevent.
Is it failing due to a reverse DNS lookup on the dyndns host? Or is it because it cannot resolve my localhost.localdomain?
I used to have this running on opensuse and swear it used to work 100% of the time. What am I doing wrong?
Nov 14 18:12:40 linuxserver1 postfix/smtpd: connect from localhost.localdomain[127.0.0.1] Nov 14 18:12:40 linuxserver1 postfix/smtpd: 367D428388: client=localhost.localdomain[127.0.0.1] Nov 14 18:12:40 linuxserver1 postfix/cleanup: 367D428388: message-id=<20101114181240.367D428388@linuxserver1.localdomain> Nov 14 18:12:40 linuxserver1 postfix/qmgr: 367D428388: from=<email@example.com>, size=3309455, code....
I've got a Fedora postfix server that I just upgraded from 9 to 10 using preupgrade. Starting yesterday, some messages were rejected by servers because the IP address had a poor "reputation". The odd thing is, the IP address they're registering isn't the IP address the server is sending from.
When I look at the full headers of our outgoing e-mail, the e-mail is listed as coming from ***.***.***.11, which is the correct address. But these services are somehow tying the e-mails back to ***.***.***.12, which is used for a different purpose entirely. Since this *.12 address doesn't match the MX record, I'm assuming that's why the mails are being blocked, but I'm not sure how the mails are being identified as coming from that address in the first place. It's odd that this just started when I upgraded.
I have a problem concerning the vacation(auto response). I got a mailserver(smtp.mydomain.com), pop3/imap-server(mail.mydomain.com) webserver(www.mydomain.com, with postfixadmin on it). I use Debian 5.0 So it's like this, I receive mail to smtp.mydomain.com, it get checked for spam with amavisd-maia(Maia Mailguard), then delivered to the pop3/imap-server. I'm guessing there's something wrong with my postfix setup. I activate auto response for my account, when I get a mail it says this at smtp.mydomain.com:
I experienced a full hard drive yesterday due to a massive error_log. We took care of the errors, but later found out we were missing files, including a MySQL database table. Having a shopping cart and ecommerce stuff on the site, we found that some of those files were missing, too.Does RHEL 5 have some sort of feature for automatically deleting files when the partition is full? If it does, I want to turn it off.
I've just found that one of my email addresses with an auto-reply gets stuck in a loop when it receives email from senders who also have an auto-reply set up.Is there an easy way for me to set Postfix so that it only sends one auto-reply email or so that it only sends a maximum of 1 auto-reply message per day to the sender?
how i can use the cal command so it displays the current month and the next month, i know you can use cal -3 9 2007 to show the previous current and next but i just want to display the current and next.
I'm looking for a powerful network traffic monitor that can do all of the following (or at least a combination of tools that can do the following):
Tell me how much data was downloaded/uploaded on an interface this month and the previous month tell me how the traffic was used throughout the monthshow which internal IPs (IPs in the 192.168.1.0/24 network) used how much traffic show which ports/protocols on those IPs used all that traffic
Hhow LIVE traffic flow statistics that can tell me total speed of traffic going through an interface as well asshow which internal IPs (IPs in the 192.168.1.0/24 network) are using how much of the traffic show which ports/protocols on those IPs are using that traffic
This tool will run on a linux router through which all my internal PCs are connected to the Internet. This means the tool(s) need to work with NAT (traffic being forwarded and not necessarily destined for the interfaced being monitored).
The distribution being run doesn't have a package manager so any packages or dependencies have to be manually compiled and SCPed over file by file. For this reason, the tool/tools need to be simple (things like vnstat, not things like ntop that have their own web interface).
I know that vnstat can tell me the first bullet point so it's only there incase there's a tool out there that can do everything. If there's a tool that can only do the second or third bullet point, that's great too - I'll just keep using vnstat and look for something else to do the other task.
we have a Postfix mail relay server. Not to be an open relay we use check_sender_access restriction with allowed sender domains. Is there a way how to configure postfix to accept mails from any domain for a specified recipient? Something like
if (firstname.lastname@example.org) accept; We have an admin mailbox and we need it to be accessible from everywhere.
Today I got a call from our chairman saying that he gets duplicate mails. When I checked the postfix logs, I found that it is the locks that are creating problems. The mail which duplicated was to an alias which included our chairman. In that alias, the mailbox of a user was locked since he was receiving his mails (I use dovecot for mail distribution), and hence the lock was on for that mailbox. When postfix tried to deliver the mails, it encountered the lock and the mail delivery was stopped, thus by requeuing the specific mail. While postfix retried the delivery, it found another lock with another mailbox and again the delivery was stopped, thus sending the mail back to queue
I have Postfix set up to forward e-mails to two different addresses. This is my /etc/postfix/virtual:
Code: email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com I'm forwarding the message back to myself because that's the only way I know if the original message is even getting delivered in the first place.
The problem is that the e-mail isn't making it into my GMail inbox. I've checked my spam folder and it isn't there. And bafflingly, according to the logs, the message does seem to be getting sent code...
am using qmail and have webmin, all is running smoothly, but i have users spamming other staff accounts.The question: How do I block a user from sending out mails but still able to receive mails. Just denying access to sending mails?if anyone can guide me to do it via terminal as well as webmin.Why webmin you ask, because I have tried it once it works but sadly it block both incoming and outgoing mails.
I have report running through a Unix server. In this it takes out certain data of the database and sends it to each of the user's mailbox. But if some user replies or has set his out of office reply then this server keeps on sending h the same mail again and again. I need stop it.
I have a linux database server (ver 2.6.18-92.el5xen) which i want to configure for sending mails as and when some errors are written into some log files by an oracle process.when i just try to run this command mailx -s "test.it just does n't show any output and kind of hang.Pls tell me the step by step process for configuring the server so as to send mails from it. Also I am not aware if the required rpm are installed in the machine or not.
My rsync takes backup of everything from the differenct linux servers to my backup device which is 2 TB only .Since it takes almost full backup of source , it consumes space lot in the backupdevice. So i wanted to keep all my backup files of one month old latest files in backup device, it should remove all files more than one month data.