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I am working on an assignment in which i have to send bulk emails with sendmail SMTP server. I have tries many tutorial to setup sendmail server to send bulk emails but nothing helps me. Can anyone tells the solution? Thanks in advance

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Here's a tutorial ripped straight from : https://www.tecmint.com/setup-postfix-mail-server-in-ubuntu-debian/

It uses Apache2, PHP5, PostFix and SquirrelMail.

In a terminal type :

sudo apt update && sudo apt install apache2 php5 postfix dovecot-imapd dovecot-pop3d squirrelmail -y && sudo ervice postfix restart && sudo service dovecot restart && sudo squirrelmail-configure && sudo cp /etc/squirrelmail/apache.conf /etc/apache2/sites-available/squirrelmail.conf && sudo a2ensite squirrelmail.conf

say ok

choose internet site : choose internet site

enter qualifier domain name of your choosing : enter domain name

for dovecot you'll have to accept the self-signed certificate : accept self-signed certificate

enter hostname, ("localhost") : enter localhost

type "2" :

choose 2

now type "1" : here you'll have to enter your domain name (you need a domain name) type one and enter domain name

Go back to the main menu by writing “R” and hitting the enter key, write “4” in order to configure the general options. You see “Allow server-side sorting”? Enter “11” and change it from “false” to “true” by entering “y”. Now hit the Enter key, and enter the “S” key in order to save the configuration file : R then 4

In order to start using squirrelmail webmail, you’ll have to create a new user, to do so, run.

sudo useradd myusername

Replace “myusername” with the user name you want, create a password for the new user by running.

sudo passwd myusername

Create a home folder for the user in /var/www/html/myusername and make it default home directory.

sudo mkdir -p /var/www/html/myusername
usermod -m -d /var/www/html/myusername myusername

then add rights to this newly created user :

sudo chown -R myusername:myusername /var/www/html/myusernam

now you can open up a new tab in your browser and you can go to the domain name you entered + /squirrelmail.

it will show this :

squirrelmail sscreenshot

go ahead and log in with the newly creeated account.

squirellmail logged in

now you should be able to bombard your mails.

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