How to configure my home linux server, as an email server, and be able to send email to hotmail, please?. I have done this before, but I never managed to do it so hotmail accept emails coming from my linux server.
I am working happily with Fedora 8, evolution chatting happily to exchange 2003, calendar sync the works...impressed. This continued through Fedora 9 (though a little bumpy as all odd numbered Fedora releases are). On to Fedora 10, yes works a treat out of the box (DVD). A couple of updates to evolution later, through yumex (fedora updates), and evolution has stopped sending email to the exchange server. It's also touch and go whether I can read email using OWA.
On pressing 'Send/Receive' evolution pops the error, Error while performing operation. Exchange transport can only be used with Exchange mail source. How could I back out these evolution updates?
Have anyone used an email client that stays in sync with a free Hotmail account? I have setup Claws Mail but when I delete an email within the client it remains on the server. I remember this being the same for other email clients. Is there any client that will stay in sync? If I delete an email from within the client it will also be deleted from Hotmail's web bases interface.
So I have Postfix working great and I've always used webmail if I needed to send email from PC's outside of $mynetworks. So fast forward to today where I got my 1st Android powered mobile phone and I can configure the Android mail client to send/receive IMAP email but my question is do I need to become an open relay to allow my random wireless providers dynamic range of IP's to send mail via Postfix? Seems extremely vulnerable and scary to think I would have to allow my providers IP range to relay mail via my MTA. I started reading a bit and I think I need SASL authentication and since both Postfix 2.8.1 & Dovecot 2.0.11 are both configured / using TLS, is there anything else I would need or you recommend for sending email from my Android powered mobile?
I have postfix sort of working correctly. postfix can send email to the internet but it doesn't want to send email to my local exchange server. What I need is for postfix to send emails directed to @xyz.com to my exchange server instead of itself.
My setup mail.xyz.com - exchange 2003 server www.xyz.com - centos 5.3 server with postfix
www.xyz.com can send emails to my hotmail.com account so that part works correctly. www.xyz.com can't send email to firstname.lastname@example.org. postfix seems to be delivering the email to itself and not the exchange server.
How can I tell postfix to send the @xyz.com emails to my exchange server?
Here is a sample of my /var/log/maillog Jul 22 15:43:43 list postfix/smtpd: D63168604A3: client=localhost.localdomain[127.0.0.1] Jul 22 15:43:53 list postfix/cleanup: D63168604A3: message-id=<20090722204343.D63168604A3@www.xyz.com>
i am using centos 5.4, running squid for proxy, i want to block email sending and receiving of proxy users to secure my data. how is it possible that the proxy user can only brows websites but he can not receive or open and send or save as draft to mail box.
Our mailing systems was working in web mail and we had a tool wherein if we apply leave mails where sent to web mail. Now we have moved to exchange server and we want the mails to be sent to exchange server. The Leave Management systems is developed in PHP with Mysql the platform used is linux.
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 "email@example.com". No other changes were made. Where should I start looking for the definition of sent crontab email to my-name@domain?
Did anyone heard about or can suggest mabe a postfix serverside solution in order to insert a counter number into the subject line before the message is sent? I mean something similar with helpdesk tickets, because I would like to create the possibility for the senders, to make further refference about a speciffic message using it's counter number provided by postfix server.
I'm attempting to send email used a textbook PHP application. The application fails to send an email.Do I need to setup an email server to get the ap to work?Right now, I'm getting email through Kontact via my web host, Yahoo mail and Google mail.
How is it possible to send email using the "mail" program? I tried: echo "testing" | mail -s "test" firstname.lastname@example.org But nothing happened. I made sure that the sendmail daemon was running before I tried. Is there anything else that I have to set up first?
Sent an email by using telnet on port 25 from the terminal. Telnet states my message was sent but I never got it. Is it on the hard disk somewhere. Is there a log file? Where did my email go? Did it go into the ehter? I opened port 25 on my firewall through gnome by selecting 25/smpt checkbox as a trusted service.
I have recently installed Ubuntu 9.10 on laptop behind XP and Win7. No problems at all so far. Even got wireless to work (awesomeness). But trying to set up the email program it continues to say there's a problem. I'm trying to use Hotmail. And the way the email wizard? is set up it's a little off for me. I'm not too experienced with Ubuntu, or Linux for that matter. Mainly a Microsoft OS user. give me the info on setting up the email client to work with Hotmail?
Having one issue with evolution not showing html websites showing up in email like verizon sending a promo. I have gone to edit, preferences, mail preferences, html messages and have always load images from the internet chosen. I have also added sender to contacts. Even if I right click message and tell it to dload images it doesn't.
I have designed and one form and php code to send mail. I am developing this in my localhost, So now i want to send email from my localhost to test my programming. I googled and i find something like editing "php.ini" file. But it didnt work for me.
Had anyone tried downloading a free SMTP server from the web and use it to send emails in nagios, when the services are down, an email notification will be sent.Right now i need a smtp server in order for me to send email notifications, are there any recommended ones?
We use mutt to send out emails.mutt -s "Test" -e "Content-Type: text/html" email@example.com < message.htmlWe send out our email updates in HTML format. We would like to send emails as multi-part containing both a text version and an html version. How do we create such a multipart message in Linux when the email subject, and HTML and text versions of the email body are given?Can we use mutt to send the multipart email created in step 1, from the linux prompt?
Basically, I think my Internet crashed while sending an email via Evolution and now whenever I open Evolution, or try and receive any new email it just sits there sending this email - it reaches 100% so I can only assume it has actually sent the email.
There's a button to "Cancel the current mail operation" though it doesn't appear to be doing anything; the email is still being "sent" each time.
This would be pretty tedious for the guy I sent the email to.
How can I send an email from localhost via the terminal? I don't need pop just smtp. I believe this can be done with postfix which I have just installed but what is the command to input via the terminal, on my centos box I use the following to send the contents of some files which works just fine but what about sending through postfix on ubuntu?
sudo tail -50 /home/user/.bash_history | mail -s "bash history" firstname.lastname@example.org
here is a fragment of a bash that i have to send an email when a back Up is made. basically a usr runs the sh - it asks for the job num and I read that from standard in . I do a tar of the drv to tape and I wish to send an email that job such and such has happened. My problem is : the subject of the email. I can set it - but if i try to use a var ( as in the $jobNum ) that Does work in the mail body - the subject comes out blank. I have also tried to buld a text file and shove that in the SUBJECT. my Q is how can I use a var in the subject.
# email subject ### so I have tried bulding and reading a tmp file -no works EMAILSUBJECT="/tmp/emailsubject.txt" echo "backup job" $jobNum >$EMAILSUBJECT