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Setting up a mail server using postfix, dovecot, mailman and ldap

I don't really have much experience with mail servers so forgive me if some of my terminology is off. First of all, here's what I'm trying to do: get user information using ldap (postfix?) ...
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Forwarding unknown Postfix users to another SMTP host

We are migrating a bunch of users to a new mail server. At the same time we are migrating each user to a new LDAP server. When we create the user entity in the new LDAP tree, we also create the new ...
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Upgrading to Debian 7: Postfix Auth fails

I'm upgrading various Debian 6 servers to Debian 7. There are a few minor issues, but this one is a show stopper. On Debian, Postfix runs in a chrooted environment. That environment is setup ...
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Postfix using LDAP lookup works for virtual_mailbox_maps, but fails for virtual_mailbox_domains

I'm setting up a Postfix/Dovecot/LDAP server on Debian Squeeze with all virtual mailboxes (as opposed to aliases). I've successfully setup Dovecot, and have Postfix correctly looking to ldap for ...
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postfix, dovecot, dovecot-sasl, ldap, and static UIDs for NFS-shared email storage

I'm trying to build a Ubuntu 12.04 mail server as such. Must: Auth against an existing Open-LDAP server. Storage in Maildirs on an existing NFS server, everything owned by 8:8 (mail:mail). Auth is ...
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Postfix: LDAP not working (warning: dict_ldap_lookup: Search base not found: 32: No such object)

I set up LDAP access with postfix. ldapsearch -D "cn=postfix,ou=users,ou=system,[domain]" -w postfix -b "ou=users,ou=people,[domain]" -s sub "(&(objectclass=inetOrgPerson)(mail=[mailaddr]))" ...
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warning: dict_ldap_lookup: Search error 1: Operations error

Please I need help with ldap search filter to use to retrieve the user email information from ldap. I'm running postfix_ldap of Ubuntu server 12.04. Everything seems to work fine, except getting the ...
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Use alias in auth users postfix

In my test postfix server I have configured SASL auth and "reject_authenticated_sender_login_mismatch". My problem is that I would like to use alias on authenticated user, but I don't know how to do ...
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Make Postfix search LDAP group members by UID instead of DN?

I'm creating an e-mail server with postfix (v2.7.1 on Debian 6.0) where users and groups are stored in an LDAP server. Users accounts works fine but I want to create e-mail aliases from group (any ...
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Postfix relay ldap lookups and transport

I'm trying to implement postfix + policyd/amavis + dspam. The problem is that I need to do ldap lookups in order to obtain the nexthop. But at the same time I need to redirect some "email address" to ...
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Dovecot LDA (deliver) and LDAP groups

I have a LDAP and a Dovecot running on my server, the Dovecot uses LDAP as userdb and authdb, postfix is using LDA (deliver) to deliver the mails to the user. Now I want to have group email addresses ...
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Make Postfix local(8) tempfail on LDAP outage

I have a Unix system where user accounts only exist in LDAP. I'm using libnss-ldapd with nscd to do this and it works quite well. Postfix delivers mail as expected under normal circumstances. ...
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FreeBSD: problem with Postfix after updating LDAP

At the server I installed openldap-server, at this computer open-ldap client has already been installed. Version of openldap-client (2.4.16) was older then new openldap-server (2.4.21) and the ...
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How to instruct Postfix to wait until the LDAP server is back again?

Sometimes, my LDAP server is not responding for a couple of seconds and when Postfix does its lookup, it bounces with an error: "Invalid user specified". Is there a way to force the lookup to be ...
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Postfix + LDAP + Recipient Delimiter

I'm trying to get my Postfix and LDAP-backend to accept recipent delimiters (aka address extensions). The rest of the mail system is working fine, but when an email is received with an extension ...