Re: Remote Access and multiple Domains
- Yes, we have read both before we posted and have researched heavily on
the internet. Hence the way the email sent, we have followed more than
one setup troubleshoot.
We were hoping a fresh pair of eyes would pick up the mistake we have
You have a Good Day now,
Carl A Jeptha
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On 04/12/2012 6:12 PM, Noel Jones wrote:
> On 12/4/2012 8:59 AM, wisplists@... wrote:
>> It was in 2006 That Mouss help me setup our Postfix box and it
>> worked flawlessly till November 27th 2012, when We had to upgrade
>> the box to the latest version of webmin for the ability to watch our
>> raid device, that the problems started. An unruly apt-get started
>> deleting files and bingo, our postfix with courier, cyrus,
>> squirrelmail and dbadmin ceased to function.
>> Now today we have a postfix, with dovecot, dovecot sasl, roundcube
>> and hopefully postfixadmin when we are done. We still have our
>> original mysql database and nothing was lost there.
>> Problem is that we cannot remotely log in via smtp, but can with
>> imap and pop3. Also cannot have email sent to our other domains that
>> we also host.
>> Which files and logs are required to assist us please?
>> -- You have a Good Day now,
>> Carl A Jeptha
> If you're having trouble with SASL, please see:
> Instructions to report a problem:
> -- Noel Jones
- On 12/4/2012 2:05 PM, wisplists@... wrote:
> Yes, we have read both before we posted and have researched heavilyPlease don't top post.
> on the internet. Hence the way the email sent, we have followed more
> than one setup troubleshoot.
> We were hoping a fresh pair of eyes would pick up the mistake we
> have made.
You didn't include enough information for anyone to help you,
basically "here's my postconf -n output that doesn't work" with no
Please see: http://www.postfix.org/DEBUG_README.html#mail
Include in your request for help:
- a clear description of the problem; what isn't working, what you
expected to happen, what really happened.
- supporting documentation; "postconf -n" output and master.cf
modifications (or better, postfinger output), and unedited
non-verbose logs displaying the unwanted behavior, including any
errors or warnings in the postfix logs.
- corrective measures you've already tried.
- if you're having trouble with SASL authentication, saslfinger
output is helpful, along with a recording of a test login attempt,
including whatever is logged during the attempt. Caution, the logs
may contain easily-decoded passwords; use a test account.
-- Noel Jones