Delete mail on server with Evolution
location: linuxquestions.com - date: August 15, 2006
I used to use Outlook Expres. When deleting mails from Trash, the mails are deleted from POP server.
Moving to Linux (Fedora 4) I started to use Evolution. When I delete mail from Inbox, Evolution moves it to Trash. When I delete or expunge messages from Trash, they are deleted on local PC, but remain on POP server (compared to OE).
Does anybody know, how to make Evolution to remove mails from POP server when emptying Trash?
I don't want to delete the mails immediately when downloading to Inbox (checkbox leave messages on server) as I use both Evolution and webmail access to my POP mail account.
Browsing Windows 2003 Active Directory as LDAP server with Evolution
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: October 29, 2008
I'm trying to connect to a Windows 2003 Active Directory as a LDAP server from my address book in Evolution.
It doesn't work... I don't know where I'm doing wrong. It could be either Evolution settings or Active Directory setting (or even both) .
This are the settings:
- domain name: e-levelcom.local
- added a new Organization Unit called Contacts
- added contacts to OU Contacts
- in Windows Firewall open ports 389 and 3268
- Server: my server IP
- Port: 389 (no encryption) (also tested 3268 )
- Login Method: DN
- Login: DOMAIN\user
- Search Base: DC=e-levelcom,DC=local,OU=Contacts (Find Possible Search Bases button works)
- Search Scope: Sub
- all the rest is default
Selecting my LDAP Server from Evolution it asks for my domain password (ok).
Then it shows...
There are no items in this view
Double-click to create a new Contact
...whereas contacts should be shown
If I double click, the "new contact
Setting up a mail server with Slackware: where to begin?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: September 16, 2011
I'm currently trying to setup a mail server with Slackware. Until now, I've only relied on webhosters doing that job for me, but now, I want to be able to do it on my own server. I've got loads of (printed) documentation in various books, but curiously enough, most of the tutorials are either for Postfix or Exim MTA. So I got myself a copy of O'Reilly's Sendmail book. 1250 pages (gasp!). It's well written, and I've already started reading, but I wonder: isn't there a more simple way, something in the middle between quick-and-dirty and exhaustive? I'm not a lamer for RTFM, only this time, I don't quite know where to begin. Any recommendations?
Running a postfix mail server with spamassassin, clamav, and amavisnew, questions
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: August 3, 2013
I've ran plenty of ubuntu based web servers and even a few application servers, but this is the first mail server I'm going to be running myself.
Let me start by stating what I'm running. I'm using Ubuntu Server 12.04 LTS 64 bit. I followed this guide to setup my initial mail server configuration: http://www.pixelinx.com/2010/10/crea...av-and-amavis/
I also added postfix.admin (http://postfixadmin.sourceforge.net/) and made some tweaks to all the database queries in order to get it's database structure working correctly.
I also configured roundcube to run on the server in order to have webmail access to the emails.
I will be running multiple domains on this server, each with their own individual users, so I'm doing virtual users and domains.
I've got all of this working with two domains currently, am able to send and receive emails on them correctly. (Reverse DNS on the IP is configured and such so that checks out when sending messages, etc)
This is my current /etc/postfix/m
Mail server with postfix, can send but not receive
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: December 2, 2010
The last few days I've been tinkering with postfix, trying to setup a mail server at home. Here's the situation so far:
-The computer is on a residential connection from Charter
-I've got a domain mapped to my IP, using DynDNS
-I've got a router, which is forwarding various ports to the computer, including HTTP (80), POP3 (110), and IMAP (143)
I'm on Ubuntu 10.04, have set up postfix, and can connect to my server with Thunderbird (using the domain). I had to configure postfix to use Charter's SMTP server, but now I can send emails to other servers (Yahoo, Gmail) just fine.
If I telnet into port 25 locally, I can send an email to myself, and that shows up when using Thunderbird. So, postfix itself seems to be working.
Problem is, I can't receive email from outside. Postfix's logs don't show anything at all. I've forwarded the ports on my router, so I think maybe Charter has something to do with it. Using Gmail, I got this report after around a day:
Setup Mail Server with Postfix/Dovecot/SquirrelMail
location: linuxquestions.com - date: December 31, 2006
Guys, finally after 1 month of frustration and research in setting up working mail server i had written my mail server tutorial.
- Postfix Mail Transfer Agent
- Dovecot IMAP/POP3 Server
- SASL Authentication
- Squirrelmail (A Web based mail)
I am not sure if i can post complete guide in this forum, that is why i have posted here
I had nightmares with setting up this especially these errors like connection refused, relay access denied and so while working with outlook express. I had posted with fixes possible as well.
Let me know what you think. I am sure many guys will be like me as starters.
Postfix mail server with DynDNS tutorials
location: linuxquestions.com - date: June 11, 2011
I have been trying to set up a home mail server with postfix ever since I can remeber. Im yet to find a good tutorial for this. I dont have a static ip address or anything so this has to be done with the help of dyndns free account. Can somebody please send me a good and convincing tutorial in order for me to do this. Please help me out.
OS- Redhat5 or fedora
Many thanks in advance.
Send only mail server with multiple domains
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: January 25, 2014
I am not an expert on Ubuntu, but I did manage to move a few personal blogs from my shared hosting to a VPS. These are low volume sites and I do have daily backups, so I am not worried about experimenting. I was able to get everything running as I want, except for email and I hope people over here will be able to give me some guidance.
Need only MTA to send system mails, registration, IP ban, comment notification. Incoming mail is never checked and is hosted on Google apps.Email has to go from respective domains.
After playing around with postfix, I was able to send mail from my primary domain, but not with the other 2 which are hosted. I suspect either 1 or more of the below reasons to be the problem.
The first domain has vps.example1.com pointing towards the server IP, the other 2 doesn't.Destination domains in postfix configuration. Should it contain all domains from where I need to send email? "Destination" is confusing.Should Hosts file contain loopback ip for each do
Push Mail Server with Dovecot or Cyrus or Courier howto>
location: linuxquestions.com - date: May 29, 2011
Does any one know how to build Push-mail server with above open source packages? I am building a mail server for my organization which comprises of Postfix+dovecot+Ldap and other common mailing components.
I need to know how can I integrate Push-mail or SynML in my mail server so that users can access their emails from wireless devices.
I prefer push-mail rather than legacy poll-mail technology hence specifically looking for a solution which would integrate with Popular Open source mailing packages like Postfix and specified above.
Mail Server With webbased access
location: linuxquestions.com - date: May 19, 2004
I have read through the fourms and have not found anything about a good easy to use linux mail server with a web access. I have about 200 people using our current exchange server. We need something fast and reliable. each user get about 200-300 emails a day so something that can hold up. Also the web feature needs to be easy to use. Any suggestions
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