I have Centos 5.5 and using Postfix, procmail and Dovecot for sending and receiving emails. I have spamassassin installed too but not configured. I am getting lots of spams. I googled a lot to find if there is any configuration but I couldn't find.how to setup spamassassin to filter emails for spams.
I have got a running mail server on CentOS5.4 Final using Zimbra free edition. . Assume that domain is organization.com.local And it is running fine with users created and bugzilla running on the same machine can send mails using this server. But it can obviously send messages to the internal users. There is this option to configure it to use external mail server to send mails outside the network but my external smtp server needs an authentication.Is it possible to configure it this way to use my external server to send mails from internal domain to say gmail?
I am completely new to Ubuntu so please make your answers really simple ! I want to set up a mail server for a home network and have been suggested I use the Ubuntu solutions. I am fairly proficient with Windows programs and even construct databases but I am a complete novice when it comes to command line instructions. Yes, I know I have been spoon fed!
I have been told that it is possible to install Server programs from the Desktop version and that they provide a GUI in most cases. Is that so? I have the desktop version running and up to date but I am unsure what to do next. Starting the Server ISO CD from Desktop seemed logical but when I did I was not sure if it was correct and backed out. I have also read a thread on this forum that suggests the use of Zimbra as a Mail Server, it sounded like my kind of solution so I think I would like to try that.
One last factor. I have an existing P2P network (2 Vista, 1 Mac Book and this Ub' desktop/server) running already which uses the Router for DNS. I suspect I am going to have to do things in a certain order if I am not going to go backwards and ruin the families email and surfing!
Got a Zimbra server FOSS edition running on CentOS5.5. Everything was running fine until couple of days just found out that web administration interface just does not give the proper status. Web console says that none of the services are running which infact is not true. Only service that is not running is logger. This is the zmcontrol status output
Just the logger service is not running all the others are. But web admin interface shows all are stopped. Also it can be seen that zmlogswatchctl is not running. Starting it manually does not do any good. It does not start and it dies out by itself.I tried to google and found a couple of bugs related to logger and web interface but those were old and should have been done in this version 6.
I want to setup either Zimbra, qmail or sendmail. i have no idea of these three mtas (i am new to these mail servers)but give me the suggestion that which one is better in case of security, fast routing the messages, scalibility and portability and cost.
I want you help me to configure the Zimbra mail server. I want install system mail server Zimbra, about 8000 user then How configure server ?( RAM, CPU, HDD) (account email 100MB - 300MB). forward to the help from everyone and Administrator Linux
I am having trouble configuring Zimbra to restrict sending for some users. A subdomain has been added in the ZCS web page for the domain, resulting in two potential mail addresses:
The subdomain needs to be restricted from sending mail to the outside world and to other users on the same subdomain. It should only be able to message users on the main domain. The users on the main domain should be able to email anyone in the world. Is it possible to configure this without installing Zimbra on two machines?
I am using sendmail-8.13 & procmail as an MDA. Now as our mail users are increasing I need to put up mailbox quota limit for every user. I have gone through the search engine but could not found any effective help to configure mailbox quota with sendmail & procmail.
So my question is, where do I put .procmailrc? An examples I found on the net has the procmailrc in the users mail directory, but there are no user mail directories on the sendmail server. It is used purely to relay mail to the Exchange server.
I have been trying to get procmail working on CentOS 5.2. I don't need anything fancy, just an auto reply for a "noreply@" account. Looking at the sendmail configuration, it appears procmail is the MDA. I have looked at many different tutorials and how-tos, but most are old, and/or the locations/paths and setups are markedly different from the defaults on my system. Can anyone recommend a good CentOS-based tutorial on Procmail w/ recipes? (I have an RHEL book and it's no help either.) Thank you for your time and consideration.
I have my .procmailrc file set up to pipe mail to a simple php script I've written. The only thing the script does at this point is echo back a "hello" message. However, procmail does not execute the script properly.
Here's my script (/home/webs/site.com/scripts/echo.php):
I am trying to set up mutt with fetchmail and procmail on server space that's not mine. I have access to /home/myusername but not to /var/spool/myusername. Everything seems to work well, but I have no idea where fetchmail (or procmail) is dropping off my mail.
Is it possible to have procmail make a decision based on the content of a attachment? My situation is the following, I dailty receive a email from a server on which a backup job of a Progress database is run. This job e-mails the results of the backup in an attachment, based on the result I would like to change the header of the message stating that the backup finished successfully or not.
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.
Built an MTA/LDA Slackware Server and seperate MDA (Dovecot 2.2) Slackware Server. Used the slackwiki Sendmail TLS SMTP-AUTH guide for the MTA/LDA Server.
http://www.slackwiki.org/index.php?t...TH&redirect=no The ../cf/cf/sendmail-slackware-tls-sasl.mc config file has Procmail sorting as: FEATURE(`local_procmail',`',`procmail -t -Y -a $h -d $u')dnl
I don't understand the arguments ($), but know the -Y forces mbox. The /var/mail directory is hardlinked to where ever the spool directory is. I want the Dovecot MDA server to use NFS or UNFS to grab user's mail from the MTA/LDA Server. Problem is the hardlink. Can't nfs share a hardlinked directory.
Is there a way to change the MTA sendmail mc config file above to have LDA promail send to /home/mail, so I can nfs that directory? And preferably in MAILDIR format? BTW: I can't find any procmailrc config file on this Slackware Server. I should have all the settings in my /etc/mail/sendmail.cf config.
I have Postfix and Spamassassin setup on Ubuntu Server 9.10. The mail is working perfectly. Spamassassin is correctly marking messages as spam. My problem is with the milter and procmail. On past servers I was able to reject spam based on score via the spamass-milter. For whatever reason I can not get it to work. I have also tried with procmail, again, it does not work. Here are the relative lines in their respective config files:
We are trying to set up a NIS server on a CentOS system. We need to have a NIS server which can provide NIS authentication to a couple of clients. We are practically new to all this stuff.
Just googled to find some ideas about installing ypserv and ypbind and portmapper. We did all that and also started them successfully. But now the clients are not able to join to the NIS domain . The error log states "YP_DOMAIN NOT BOUND".
I guess we have not entered the /etc/yp.conf, /etc/hosts files properly. Please let us know the detailed steps to setup a NIS server .
Also, please let us know what entries should go into the different /etc/<file_names>? What is meant by HOSTNAME in the /etc/hosts file?
Is there any other files which need to be changed? Are we missing any steps?
Also to add-on, while executing the ypinit command we faced the following error:
At this point, we have to construct a list of the hosts which will run NIS servers. localhost.localdomain is in the list of NIS server hosts. Please cont inue to add the names for the other hosts, one per line. When you are done with the list, type a <control D>. next host to add: localhost.localdomain next host to add:
When I try to install Zimbra 7.1.2, the installation fails because it cannot find sqlite. I used strace and found that it uses "rpm -q sqlite" to find the package. But it fails-"package sqlite is not installed". Although I have sqlite installed:
I am attempting to install zimbra onto Ubuntu Hardy 8.04 x64 bit edition using this tarball:
However when I run the install script I get this error:
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Checking for prerequisites... FOUND: NPTL FOUND: sudo-1.6.9p10-1ubuntu3.7 FOUND: libidn11-1.1-1
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