To configure ElasticEmail with postfix, first install sasl support On Debian/Ubuntu On RHEL/CentOS Edit postfix config On Ubuntu/Debian, you need
To setup mail forward in postfix, Edit postfix config file Add Create file /etc/postfix/virtual_alias_domains Add your domains on this file.
Configure Postfix to sent emails using MailGun Transnational Email Providers SASL authentication no mechanism available
First install requirements Run Edit /etc/postfix/main.cf Add Create file /etc/postfix/sasl_passwd Replace SMTP_LOGIN and SMTP_PASSWORD with your user and password you
To check if a mail server support SSL/TLS, run Example mail openssl
http://www.openspf.org/SPF_Record_Syntax Here is some SPF examples DMARC record If you need to reject email, add If you just need report,
Here is a bash script to delete mails in exim mail queue. Helpful when you have lot of spam mails
When sending email from postfix mail sever that use mailgun for relaying mails, i get error Jan 4 03:16:06 serverok-vm
Cloud Hosting providers like Google Cloud, AWS, Microsoft Azure, DigitalOcean, etc… won’t allow you to send email from their servers.
Create a new file with file name del_smtp_log.bat in C:\Program Files\Mail Enable\Logging with following commands. See MailEnable