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Tuto Postfix / Dovecot / PostfixAdmin / Spamassassin / etc

Postby newty » 2020-11-14 08:23

Hi all,

I'm looking for a complete tutorial in order to install an email server with :

Postfix
Dovecot
TLS / SSL
PostfixAdmin
Spamassassin
Amavisd or similar
DKIM signature (with amavisd-signer or similar)
SPF signature
DMARC signature

Do you have such guide / tuto to share ?

Thanks for your help :)
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Re: Tuto Postfix / Dovecot / PostfixAdmin / Spamassassin / e

Postby newty » 2020-11-15 08:43

Thank you, I will check that
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Re: Tuto Postfix / Dovecot / PostfixAdmin / Spamassassin / e

Postby Hudsona » 2020-12-15 03:43

The really funny thing here is that postfix is VASTLY easier than what came before.

Sendmail was a nightmare. You have things like this:

# This rule ensures that all local mail is delivered using the
# smtp transport, everything else will go via the smart host.
R$* < @ $* .$m. > $* $#smtp $@ $2.$m. $: $1 < @ $2.$m. > $3
dnl
But mail servers have indeed become more complicated as people have demanded more features. I would actually recommend getting a full packaged system like Zimbra. It has a nice webmail interface, configuration, and it assembles all the pieces for you.





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Re: Tuto Postfix / Dovecot / PostfixAdmin / Spamassassin / e

Postby reinob » 2020-12-15 07:38

Normally when I see a question asking for a "tuto" (which already shows a certain attitude towards correctness) about installing such sensitive and security critical system as an MTA, I actively make the decision not to respond, at least not with any sort of content.

I just cannot understand how somebody having so little knowledge so as to ask for a "tuto" would even consider asking in a *debian* forum, as if somehow it depended on which linux distribution one uses.

So all I can recommend it: DON'T DO IT.
The world thanks you already in advance.
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