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i actually made it work using ssmtp from the link in the question and turning on https://www.google.com/settings/security/lesssecureapps using a gmail address
If tmux is already installed, it will just mark it as "manually installed" (and not as an automatic install due to a dependence) so that it will not appears any more in the list of auto-removable packages. If it's installed and there is a newer version available, it will do an upgrade (unless the package is held, in which case things are more complex). ...
Say your domain name is example.com and your webserver (secure) IP address is 18.104.22.168 and your email server (devrod.com) IP address is 22.214.171.124 then you can set the following records. ;MX record for example.com example.com. some_ttl IN MX some_priority mail.example.com ; A record for mail.example.com mail.example.com. some_ttl IN A 126.96.36.199 ; ...
I fixed the problem, it was actually a bad postfix destination.
You don't need to uninstall postfix. Simple tufn off service and disable it from sturtup. First list all services sudo service --status-all if you see + before that mean that postfix is running. Turn off them with sudo service postfix stop To disable postfix and also prevent to start on next reboot disable it on fallowing way. If you use Ubuntu 15.04 ...
Correct mydomain in /etc/postfix/main.cf. 04 is not a valid domain name - a valid value is an entry of the tour domain.tld. Change the value for valid_hostname as well. This is only a warning but hostnames are not numeric - use the output of hostname --fqdn After that execute: sudo newaliases sudo apt-get install -f mydomain The internet ...
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