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Two servers mails [closed]

is that it is possible to have two mail servers in parallel, ie a primary through which mails are routed to the outside and a secondary for the exchange of mails locally. and the two servers are ...
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Postfix - wrong rights causes 15000 duplicates

I've setted up a mail server with Postfix+SASL and Courier a while back, with procmail dispatching incoming messages to the right user maildir subfolder. It worked well, I could sent/receive emails ...
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Postfix connects to wrong relay?

I am trying to set up postfix on my ubuntu server in order to send emails via my isp's smtp server. I seem to have missed something because the mail.log tells me: Jan 19 11:23:11 mediaserver ...
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Is SPF enough to make sure emails get delivered to inbox?

So I just succesfully set up postfix + dovecot. is SPF enough to make sure emails get delivered to my website's users? I don't want my emails to end up in their spam box.
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Sending emails with postfix via port 587 on gmail

Since my ISP blocks port 25 I'd like to be able to configure postfix to send smtp email over port 587. Every time I try to send an email I see this in the mail.log Oct 17 10:37:49 new-host-2 ...
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Moving messages in inbox out of queue

Is there any advantage in moving old messages from inbox to an old messages folder, every 2000 messages or so? Does this depend on the MDA in use, i.e. qmail vs postfix, or is it good practice ...
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What do these “Cron Daemon” email errors mean?

Anyone know what this means? Getting one of these every minute in one user's inbox: From: Cron Daemon <joe@mail.domain.com> Subject: Cron <joe@mail> /tmp/.d/update >/dev/null ...
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Problem with Postfix

I have Postfix installed and Sendmail is not running. I try to send mail using mail but the following warning comes up and the mail doesn't get sent: postdrop: warning: unable to look up ...