Is there a way to control all email address in one server manage all email application software either win OS / MAC OS or Linux Distro. I have experience about email when the pc crashed i dont have any backup for their email data also email address.
Is there a way of allowing only certain domain to send e-mails to certain specific e-mail address. I am using Sendmail, and I have an alias which translate to certain members of staff within my organization. I don't expect e-mails from outside our domain to be sent to this alias e-mail address.
One of our client having issue with the qmail. The issue is if any one send email to firstname.lastname@example.org (email@example.com the email address which is not exist) it should send failure notification i.e."email does not exist" to the sender. The qmail server is not notifying that email address does not exist.
I've come across a strange issue where any email address that I email with mail returns an error "Bad Address"
Fairly new Centos 5.4 Install, sendmail is the MTA. Linux 2.6.18-164.el5 #1 SMP Thu Sep 3 03:28:30 EDT 2009 x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux DNS is working fine so there isn't a problem. [root@hn1 /]# host -t mx iol.co.za iol.co.za mail is handled by 10 mg1.iol.co.za. iol.co.za mail is handled by 10 mg2.iol.co.za. iol.co.za mail is handled by 30 vulpix.iol.co.za.
Yet when I try to use mail it fails: [root@hn1 /]# which mail /bin/mail [root@hn1 /]# ls -lrth /bin/mail -rwxr-xr-x 1 root mail 83K Jan 7 2007 /bin/mail [root@hn1 /]# mail -s "test" firstname.lastname@example.org Bad address Nothing in the maillog.
I have a domain address and I keep my website in the server at my home. I use bind for DNS. I opened an email address for myself, but when I send an email to for example hotmail, gmail, it signs that as junk or spam. How can I make this address as trusted?
We use procmail to reformat and filter email messages sent from many lead capture websites where the clients enter their reply email address manually.When we receive the message at our application we send a welcome email, and receive back the Undeliverable Email message where the clients entries are invalid, but I would like to be able to kill messages with undeliverable email addresses on our mail server before they are delivered to our application.I have found discussions on filtering masqueraded addresses, but since the IP of the sending system is not related to the entered client's email address, this does not appear to help. I would think that it should be able to query the email server to identify if the address is valid.
I have setup mail server on Ubuntu 9.10 and it's is working fine.I am using Webmin to addministrate my mail server.My Ubuntu server name abcs.I send a test mail from Wedmin for user gom.Why it keep adding InfoNet. What I would like is setup as email@example.com.
system is RedHat v4. I removed root: admin-name@domain from /etc/aliases then ran /usr/bin/newaliases.
The admin does not get the emails but now the email generated by the cronjobs is being sent to my-name@domain outlook email from "firstname.lastname@example.org". No other changes were made. Where should I start looking for the definition of sent crontab email to my-name@domain?
i have a small issue, to make our network more secure, i now require outgoing email to require authentication. Now the problem..i have a automated mailer that does not have the option to authenticate. is there a way to allow a certain email address or the local network to send out without authentication? If i cannot do this for a single email user to allow them through with authentication, how would i remove the authentication paramaters in the postfix smtp..
I have my system set up with sendmail (going through my ISP SMTP server) but when I sent an email using sendmail it was defaulting the from address to user.host.domain or something similar. So I read up about masquerading [URL] and managed to get it to USERNAME@myisp.com however I want to change USERNAME to a different value because my ISP username is different from my machine username. My aim is just to get the from address to be [URL]. This machine is only used by me so I don't need it to be different for different users if that makes things any easier...?
i have a linux box at work that was configed by some that has left the company. we have an email add: e.g email@example.com, if you enter that mail add to a new email it then sends the mail to several email accounts the are on the server.i would like to remove and add new users onto that email address, is there anyone out there that can help?
can we block email address in a way that a user cannot login into multiple systems simultaneously, so that if a user logs in into a system (with ip address 192.168.1.22)and if he tries to login to into another system at the same time(with ip address 10.0.0.5) his previous system(i.e 192.168.1.22) has to logout automatically. Is there any predefined scripts for this.
I'm trying to figure out how to access the local part and the domain part of an email address in postfix's main.cf. For example, firstname.lastname@example.org has myname as the local part and mydomain.net as the domain part.I get the whole email address with %s. I want to speed up the lookups by writing better database queries.I've had no luck finding this in the otherwise well documented postfix.
I am working with a script that sends out a mail with an attachment by using the uuencode command along with the mail command. But my problem is when I need to run the script using an email address with a dot in the middle of the address (ie. email@example.com)
Debian 5, apache 2.2 I've got Apache up and hosting multiple sites. Each site will have a php contact me page that will simply dump an email to a fixed address. What program should i be using to accomplish this? I've used nullmailer before but that assumes you have a fixed smarthost somewhere which I don't.
I have recently setup a new mail server and have simulated sending and receiving on the new email server. The new email server will replace the primary one.I would like to setup the new email server in parallel with the existing one.This way i can observe issues that might occur and be aware of what could go wrong. I want to received mail to be delivered to both mail servers at the same time.I would like to use postfix, exim i find a bit to difficult to understand.I have thought of using transport maps, the only problem is that you can only forward mail to one server at a time using transport maps.I think recipient_bcc_maps and sender_bcc_maps could work, i would just like ideas of how i can do this.
I want to share 3 email addresses and an address book among 2 users on a small network with 3 computers. Emails come from 3 different POP email accounts. There are 2 users.Each user may use any of 3 computers on the network (2 computers are linux, one is Windows XP). The 2 users have separate userids on the linux machines, but share an account on the Windows machine.
Each user should be able to view, reply to, delete, and otherwise deal with emails from any of the 3 POP sources, regardless of which computer the user is logged on to. Also, each user should be able to view and update entries in the address book, regardless of which computer the user is logged on to. What about using a system like courier or egroupware to retrieve and store the email from the 3 POP sources? Then courier or egroupware could make its mail store (maildir?) available via IMAP to the 2 users via email clients on each of the 3 computers.
The mail would be stored in the single, unique, courier or egroupware maildir store, not in the email clients. So if any user deletes a message or replies to a message, the action is visible to the other user from any computer. Also, emails only need be deleted once, not multiple times from each email client. I have looked at the courier and egroupware documentation, but I can't figure out whether either of them can be set up to retrieve email from 3 POP sources? If they can, how do you do it?
They appear to be email servers that collect emails sent to the domain they are configured to serve? could email clients be setup to share a single mailbox and address book (at least on the linux machines. forget about Windows). I guess the mailbox would lock when any client opened it, so only one client at a time could be active.
My Ubuntu One account. I had intended to change my email address, but after entering the second address, I find I cannot delete the original. I have the second one set to my primary, but I can still log in with either. I'd like to be able to permanently delete the first.
I have a small bash/awk program that extracts the date/time/size of thousands of email headers. I'm trying to also extract the last "Received from:" string from these email headers which will give me the senders email server. on extracting the last occurrence of this string, and printing the information after it?
tell postfix to send email sent to one email address to another email address. What I really need to do is tell postfix that every email sent to [URL] and [URL] be sent to [URL] I tried transport maps like this: [URL] but that did not work. I then tried canonical maps like this:
this seems silly but I am changing ISPs and need to change my notification email address (for here). Under User Menu -> Edit account it shows my email but does not allow me to change my email. Since I am able to post I assume I am logged in correctly. So what did I miss?