ElasticEmail

ElasticEmail

Configure ElasticEmail with Postfix

Configure ElasticEmail with Postfix

Configure ElasticEmail with Postfix

To configure ElasticEmail with postfix, first install sasl support On Debian/Ubuntu On RHEL/CentOS Edit postfix config On Ubuntu/Debian, you need

Setting up Mail Forwarding in Postfix

Setting up Mail Forwarding in Postfix

To setup mail forward in postfix, Edit postfix config file Add Create file /etc/postfix/virtual_alias_domains Add your domains on this file.

mailgun

mailgun

Configure Postfix to sent emails using MailGun Transnational Email Providers SASL authentication no mechanism available

Configure Postfix to sent emails using MailGun

Configure Postfix to sent emails using MailGun

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

Check Mail Server Support SSL/TLS

Check Mail Server Support SSL/TLS

To check if a mail server support SSL/TLS, run Example mail openssl

spf

spf

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,

eximrm

eximrm

Here is a bash script to delete mails in exim mail queue. Helpful when you have lot of spam mails

SASL authentication no mechanism available

SASL authentication no mechanism available

When sending email from postfix mail sever that use mailgun for relaying mails, i get error Jan 4 03:16:06 serverok-vm

Transnational Email Providers

Transnational Email Providers

Cloud Hosting providers like Google Cloud, AWS, Microsoft Azure, DigitalOcean, etc… won’t allow you to send email from their servers.

MailEnable Delete old logs

MailEnable Delete old logs

Create a new file with file name del_smtp_log.bat in C:\Program Files\Mail Enable\Logging with following commands. See MailEnable

Check spam mails in MailEnable

Check spam mails in MailEnable

Now check each sender IP in auth.txt file, check whois of IP address see, if any spamer. See MailEnable