4788Re: [nslu2-general] Re: NSLU2 MailServer for Dummies
- Jul 1, 2006I'm not using postfix, but xmail. I found the easiest way was to define my own domain and just let the slug talk to the outside world rather than the ISP.
I found it very difficult to configure until I found this handbook which enabled me to have it up and running in less than an hour.
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Sent: Sunday, July 02, 2006 10:48 AM
Subject: [nslu2-general] Re: NSLU2 MailServer for Dummies
Thanks but I can "get" emails down to the slug but I don't know how to
configure Postfix to send them to my ISP.
Any ideas ..?
--- In email@example.com, "jwd_45244" <jwd_45244@...> wrote:
> try fetchmail to bring the e-mail back to your NSLU2.
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "CGHOST98" <cghost98@> wrote:
> > Greetings All,
> > This is what I want to do:
> > 1. I have 3 ISP-issued POP3 email accounts, I want the NSLU2 to pull
> > the emails from my ISP and serve them to Outlook and a web-based email
> > portal. Therefore I have an ISP issued POP3 and SMTP server addresses
> > with a login/password.
> > 2. I want to use Postfix, Dovecot (or perhaps Cyrus) and maybe
> > SquirrelMail - or alternatives! I'm flexible.
> > My slug currently runs MySql, PHP5, Cherokee WebServer, FTP server and
> > of course shares my files on 2x80GB HDDs.
> > I've read the how-to articles for Media server on
> > http://www.nslu2-linux.org/ but I can't get the thing to work - and I
> > don't think I'm going the right way around it.
> > Can anybody please please write some - idiot proof (or close to)
> > instructions on how to get it to work - or even point me in the rigth
> > direction .... I'm a linux newbie but I'm learning!
> > Thanks in advance!!
> > - Peter
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