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You can transfer them using a script with "imapsync" her a script I used for a migration to google mail. It can be used with any mail server imap ready: SERVER1=imap.source.com SERVER2=imap.dest.com #Uncomment to hide folder sizes FAST="--nofoldersizes" #Uncomment to do a dry run (no actual changes) #DRY="--dry" #Uncomment to just sync folders (no ...


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So my working conf now: postconf -M smtp inet n - - - - smtpd -o smtpd_sasl_auth_enable=yes #smtp inet n - - - 1 postscreen smtpd pass - - - - - smtpd #dnsblog unix - - - - 0 dnsblog #tlsproxy unix - - - ...


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is someone trying to send emails using my server? Yes. But it's unsuccessful (fortunately). NOQUEUE: reject: means the mail gets rejected and not queued. Your server responded with the error 454 4.7.1 : Relay access denied to the client. My guess is that it was just a bot scanning for open relays. If your server is not an Internet-facing machine for ...


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Hi I am not sure if this works for you, but try to set the driver of your userdb to static and use set the arguments as follows in your dovecot configuration: userdb { args = uid=vmail gid=mail home=/var/vmail/%d/%n driver = static } Just a suggestion. Ulli


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You are sending mail originating from mike@mikeserver to an external domain. This domain checks if the address which is sending the mail from exists (anti-spam policy). mike@mikeserver is not an existing name on the internet so the message is bounced (sender verification failed). just adjust you sending address to a domain which exists might help you in ...


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Deferred can be a status of an mail which is processed by your MTA and means that the mails are queued in your MTA. The mail could not be delivered, but it also is not rejected or bounced. This can happens if your MTA tries to send mails to a server who is not accessible via SMTP. You can display all queued mails with the command: mailq It also ...


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You should set receive_override_options in your master.cf as follows. #/etc/postfix/master.cf 127.0.0.1:10027 inet n - n - - smtpd -o content_filter= -o receive_override_options=no_address_mappings no_address_mappings - will disable canonical address mapping, virtual alias map expansion, address masquerading, and automatic BCC (blind carbon-copy) ...


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You dont have to add all addresses you can just add an alias from '@mydomain.com' to 'contact@mydomain.com', but please note that with this parameter every possible mail to any e-mail address is forwarded also if the address is not added into the mailbox maps. So you also receive also spam to all of this addresses.


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Set the DEBIAN_FRONTEND to noninteractive: DEBIAN_FRONTEND=noninteractive apt-get ... This is also applicable to dpkg --reconfigure, dpkg-configure, etc. From man 7 debconf: noninteractive This is the anti-frontend. It never interacts with you at all, and makes the default answers be used for all questions. It might mail error ...


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The Postfix hostname is the same as the domain you got your SSL key & certificate for. It has nothing to do with Ubuntu's hostname itself and is only used when other servers/clients are connecting to your postfix.


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You are trying to send from mikeserver, but that is not a fqdn.i assume mikeserver is your home machine on a dial up connection? You should use a mail relay to send mails from your home machine. If it is a server with a static ip you must check the dns name resolution is working forward and backward, your mx record is set correctly ...



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