I'm using Ubuntu Server 10.04 and I can successfully relay mail generated by php scripts through an Exchange server.What I want to do is accept incoming mail from the Internet through postfix and relay it to the Exchange server but I want all mail that is not addressed to ...@mydomain.edu to be discarded.
i need to configure postfix on centos to relay email from the internet to the Exchange Server and i also need that emails sent from the exchange within the same domain be sent to postfix then resent to exchange because i have spamassassin and clamav installed on centos to filter all incoming and outgoing mails ...
I'm trying to set up my postfix server to relay mail (via a php cms) using Gmail's smtp on my account, but for some reason, Gmail returns an error code that StartTLS must be sent first, my postfix main.cnf file can be found at pastebin, because of this forum's text length I cannot paste my postfix main.cnf file as can be seen I have everything set and configured for Gmail, but postfix (for some unseen reason) can not send StartTLS. [URL].
I just finish install & setup postfix & spamassasin. I can send & received email from my local area network. i already install webmail client & I can send received. When using my pda from outside my network I can received but I just can send email to my domain only. For other domain it's error relay access denied. Here my postfix configuration.
The scenario: We have an external server that runs HTTP/DB servers for out shop system. Then, there's our local, in-house infrastructure that runs a.. yeah... Exchange 2010. The shop system on the external server needs to send mails to customers (order confirmations, invoices, etc.). seing as sending them directly through the local MTA (Postfix) would cause mail delivery problems because of reverse DNS issues, i've set the Postfix MTA to act as a satellite to our in-house Exchange Server, so the Exchange sends the mail instead, giving recipient mail servers a valid reverse DNS lookup.
Now, mails sent by the (proprietary, uneditable) shop system are relayed correctly and sent to the target e-mail address. My problem is: Mails not sent by the shop system, but by our own PHP scripts which run on that same external servers, are NOT relayed properly. So the Exchange is fine with the mails sent by the shop system, but not the mails sent by our scripts. This is what i get in the mail.log: The successfully relayed mail sent by the shop system:
I'm trying to use different MTA servers (one for each domain) on the same public IP and port (25). Here I attach a graphic of my idea, to have a Postfix server that receives all incoming mail from internet, and relays to different local servers. esquema_mta-dns.jpg How can be configured the "Relayer MTA" ?
I have ticket tracking software that mails ticket to groups. Right now the software is on an exchange server. After moving it to a dedicated linux server (debian lenny) I cant get it to email any of the internal domain addresses. I have tried to setup sendmail to relay it to the exchange server. Logs indicate that it was sent by the ticket tracking software but the message never hits the mailbox. It also wont get to any other mail address. Is there a better way to do this? The crm software will utilize either a smtp server or any mail server on the localhost. The problem is that with the dedicated server on the same network as the exchange server, it fails to send the mail even if I assign an external smtp server. But if the dedicated server is on a different network then it works using any smtp server in its configuration. I need something that can "pass the email" to the exchange server. Or just be able to send the mail to internal email account and still be on the same network.
Have read a whole bunch of threads from how and troubleshooting but still having problems.Was thrown a box configured by someone who resigned today. Need to get mail from the box outbound via SMTP relay off our exchange server.
I want to run a DMZ postifx smtp relay that will collect and relay several domains, this I can do. But is it possible to then relay each domain to a different server?If so how ? and what set up is needed.
so i set out to change the default smtp port the server uses because my ISP blocks port 25 and i need the email to work in outlook. this morning i could receive email, but not send it. so i did some research and thought that i needed to edit the master.cf file in /etc/postfix/ by commenting out this line: smtp inet n - n - - smtpd -oand replace it with587 inet n - n - - smtpd (587 being the port i want to use)somewhere along the lines postfix server stopped running and now i cannot get it to start.if i try using SSH it crashes immediately and if i restart it in simple control panel nothing happens
I've got a server set up with Debian. The problem is that my ISP doesn't allow usage of port 25 (as I understand a lot of ISP's don't).I have PHP scripts hat use the mail() function to send e-mails through the Sendmail application.So, my question is: How can I relay messages sent to sendmail to an external SMTP server (like Google Mail, for example)? Would this be easier to do in the PHP configuration, or on the Sendmail side of things?I've used PEAR extensions in PHP to achieve this before, but scripts downloaded from the Internet generally just use the basic mail() function, and it would be a real pain to modify them all.
Some mail coming to my postfix server will need to be delivered local and the rest to an internal mail server. The internal mail server is mail.example.com where there is no firstname.lastname@example.org but there is a email@example.com. Is it possible to configure postfix to do this?
I have an issue in my organisation that a particular user X's mail not able to forward from my linux server MTA postfix to my second windows exchange (HUB)mail server. We use linux mail server as SMTP Gateway we have implemented fetchmail for doing this job. and its MTA is postfix OS is SUSE. Rest users mail are able to come in exchange HUB server via linux mail server. When I see that purticular user X mail in linux I am able see its spool file in /var/spool/mail and also via mail or mutt command. My question is why postix not able to forward that user X mail to our exchange HUB server.
I have postfix setup right now and it's relying mail to our Exchange server fine. What i would like to do though is have postfix save the email that gets passed through so that if a manager deletes an email, it's easy to look through by date and find the email he's looking for. Well, I'm thinking it would be a lot easier then having to need to pull out the backup tape and try to recover one email. Does anyone know whether I would be able to accomplish this?
I got a weird postfix setup question? This is a separate server to the one I posted about earlier today.
I need to setup a postfix server which will accept emails for local know address (full addresses) and deliver them straight to the users maildir.
Any unknown addresses (however for the same domain), needs to be relayed to another server.
This is a bit of a special setup as there is no fixed Internet connection to the server. So the plan is that local email get delivered straight away whilst emails to the same @domain, but that doesn't exist in the user tables get put in the hold queue and is later relayed to server number 2 when a connection is available.
I am using mysql to retrieve all my settings into postfix.
I would like to setup postfix to act as a relay for the outgoing mails of a couple of servers each serving it's own domain.The mails we are talking about are standard administrative emails like user registration, password reset request. The volume of those mails will naturally grow as the site grows. Which for me poses the problem that depending on the growth of the site you will sooner or later hit the quotas imposed by (my otherwise preferred) providers like GMail or smtp.com.
So what I need is a mail relay that will only accept mails from authenticated clients from hosts in its access list and relay their mail without restrictions. Is that possible with postfix? What has to be changed in the config and what are the pitfalls?
my server is Redhat as 5 + postfix +Dovecot .when i use smtp to send mail，it can't to send,the system return "relay access denied" ? This is my maini.cf
Code: # Global Postfix configuration file. This file lists only a subset # of all parameters. For the syntax, and for a complete parameter # list, see the postconf(5) manual page (command: "man 5 postconf"). # # For common configuration examples, see BASIC_CONFIGURATION_README
My issue is that i'm trying to send emails with postfix and gmail as the mail relay,i'm trying to send emails to my self by sendmail -bv firstname.lastname@example.org
In the logs, i can understand that it been delivered to the destination, taken from: /var/log/mail.log: Apr 30 00:05:23 moni postfix/pickup: 9C7552170C: uid=0 from=<root> Apr 30 00:05:23 moni postfix/cleanup: 9C7552170C: message-id=<20110429210523.9C7552170C@moni.localdomain> Apr 30 00:05:23 moni postfix/qmgr: 9C7552170C: from=<email@example.com>, size=283, nrcpt=1 (queue active) code....
When login in my gmail account i can't see nothing under the sent / inbox / spam folder.
it's seems like the mail are been sent.. but nothing is happening.
my postfix to send and recive external emails, but many recive in trash folder.Other programer say me that is need some configurations in postfix with and dovecot to work, but i dont know what!This is my first time configuring a linux server at this week.
my main.conf sample_directory = /usr/share/doc/postfix-2.3.3/samples readme_directory = /usr/share/doc/postfix-2.3.3/README_FILES