Postfix Setup: I have an internal postfix server that is relaying mail for our test environment. I never want this server to send email to the world at large. I want the email to end up in a single mailbox. [more inside]
posted by cmm
on Dec 8, 2009 -
net.cop filter: What software is available to filter and (optionally) block email between users on the same domain? I'm using Postfix with Google Apps but could be persuaded to use another solution. [more inside]
posted by BrokenEnglish
on Oct 1, 2009 -
E-mail disclaimers: Postfix/Altermime setup works great except when used as an SMTP outbound gateway for Google Apps it strips the HTML version of the disclaimer. [more inside]
posted by doomtop
on May 2, 2008 -
Spammy spammers sending crap to my mail server are wasting time and resources. I'm using postfix & postgrey (greylisting) on this new server, but.... [more inside]
posted by drstein
on Dec 1, 2007 -
XServe Postfix: How can I disable hostname verification so that mobile users can send mail successfully through my server? [more inside]
posted by odinsdream
on Oct 2, 2007 -
I am responsible for setting up and maintaining a mail server for small web-hosting type business. We currently host about 75 domains, around 100 mailboxes and due to the efforts of our sales team, we are wanting to get ready for some great increases in those numbers. I am worried about my current configuration and ease of administration. More importantly (well, at least to the customers) is email deliverability -- it seems that messages delivered to some big players are being marked as SPAM or disappearing altogether. I am asking for insight and advice on 1) if my current choice of software/configuration is a good match for this situation and 2) if there any additional measures I might take to ensure email deliverability?
posted by id
on Aug 26, 2005 -
PostFix: I've done the typical searching around on Google, and I'm not having much luck, I'm setting up a mail server using PostFix, with Courier-Pop, procmail and Spamassassin, and my mail isn't being delivered into $HOME/Maildir. Instead it's going to /var/mail/spool. I'm running Debian Woody and the latest version of everything else. I've double checked every config file I can find but there's something I'm missing...
posted by jackofsaxons
on Dec 29, 2004 -
I installed OS X 10.3.2 from scratch on my Imac and it works great. Then I enabled Postfix using "postfix enabler" and I was receiving email and it was a glorious moment.
However, during my attempts to enable procmail, I broke something and even reverting to the backed up postfix config files won't fix it, nor will re-running postfix enabler.
Can I restore Postfix to its pristine state without reinstalling 10.3, or can I reinstall 10.3 and retain all of the stuff I installed using Fink?
Many thanks. I would ask this question on a newsgroup, but that postfix crew are a bunch of meanies. [more inside]
posted by mecran01
on Feb 2, 2004 -