no sound in outlook web app when mail arrives
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: February 11, 2011
I am using Microsoft Oulook Web App.
It is set to play sound whenever a new mail arrives
but it doesn't play. I am using Ubuntu 9.04.
what needs to be done to make it work?
Thanks for help,
Install and configure web server and mail server
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: February 7, 2012
I want to know how to install web server apache, mail server, and dns server and how to configure? Please tell me simple if u have any refer video and picture for details then it will help me. i m new. so its help me.
Amazon EC2 DNS, Mail and Web Server
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: September 5, 2014
I am planning to move my website to Amazon EC2 servers. I have a budget for creating one paid instance and one free instance, so there will be two instances.
1) Ubuntu 14.04 - Web and FTP server and most probably DNS master server (ns1)
Elastic IP => 22.214.171.124 (just for e.g)
fqdn => helios.mydomain.com
Region => virginia east
internal ip = > 10.1.1.3
2) Ubuntu 14.04 -> Mail server and ns2 DNS slave server
Elastic IP => 126.96.36.199
fqdn => mail.mydomain.com
Region => California
Internal ip => 172.16.1.4
I will be following this guide - https://www.digitalocean.com/communi...n-ubuntu-14-04
The doubts I am having here is that those three servers are on same subnet. However here on EC2, it is on different subnet, so how to configure the reverse dns zones and set the mx records?
how to setup a LDAP server, mail server,web server on cent os
location: linuxquestions.com - date: November 3, 2014
i want to setup a LDAP server for 50 client systems, an e-mail server and web server for an organisation.
please suggest me the server hardware(RAM and Processor)
and which is the better way to install these three servers on single physical machine i.e if i need to install each server on separate virtual machine or not or i need to install all three servers directly on physical machine
thank you for your kindly help
Web server and separate mail server
location: linuxquestions.com - date: December 14, 2014
I have a simple server setup on my home network with a public IP. This server is running a simple Apache web server setup and is used to host my website. Since I have it registered to a public domain, I want to have a mail server setup as well, and I want (for some personal reason) this mail server to operate at another linux/machine server on the same network.
I know how to forward incoming request to this other machine going on the mail socket/ports (25, 110, 143 ect.), but I'd also like to have the port 80 (on a specific URL: mail.websiteaddress.com) to point to the specific machine on the local network.
How can this be set up in the apache files (or alternatively on the router)?
Standard Web/Mail/FTP/DNS Server Ports
location: linuxquestions.com - date: September 3, 2011
What are the standard TCP/UDP ports that should be opened to allow a Web/Mail/DNS/FTP to operate through iptables?
Unable to Import SSL to Apache Web Server
location: linuxquestions.com - date: September 12, 2008
I had Apache2 running on RHEL 4 and have recently moved all functionality / data over to Debian (Etch) x86_64 server. Right now the index.html loads when I go to http://127.0.0.1.
I basically moved over 3 SSL files from RHEL to Debian:
web mail check program
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: May 14, 2008
i have been useing poppeeper in windows to check for new mail in various free web mail sites
is there anything similar that will work in linux to check for new web mail?
use them all.
is there a one for all checker?
can ping, check mail, but not surf web
location: linuxquestions.com - date: November 3, 2007
I started a thread like this a couple days ago, but I got sidetracked and never checked it. Now I imagine it is dead.
My debian etch 2.6.18 box(es) can ping domain names and ip's, and can even use apt-get to install packages from repositories or use frostwire to download files or use icedove to get mail. But neither one can surf the web. Both will say looking up *whatever* ... connecting to *whatever* and then timeout while waiting. This problem started 4 days ago with my desktop after I was messing around with no-ip, although I'm not 100% sure the problem is related to no-ip.
After noticing the problem, I booted the desktop into windows, where surfing works fine.
Today I brought my laptop from my girlfriends house to my apartment so that I could post here while working on the desktop. It had been working fine at her apartment. As soon as I got it here it showed the same signs as my desktop. Same distro. I also dual boot it, and in windows it works fine.
Help!!! Red hat 7.2 FTP, WEB, MAIL connectivity to the server is running slow
location: linuxquestions.com - date: February 28, 2002
I have RED HAT 7.2.
last week when trying to access my box which is about an inch from my laptop takes forever to log in with telnet or takes minutes to pull up a web page or check mail. Forget FTP because it says socket connected waiting for message then it times out.
So I put in a new board and processor and a new drive and reloaded everything.
Today the same crap just happened about an hour ago. I was running fine one minute then blah.
1. when I bring up a webpage half of the page comes in fast then it dies then 30sec later the rest comes in. it stalls
2. FTP socket connected waiting for message then it times out
3. mail. I hit send and receive on my laptop go take a dump and when I return it just starts checking the mail
4. telnet, I have time to shovel snow before the loggin screen appears.
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