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To check the access of a user for a mail address, use the smtpd_sender_login_maps parameter: smtpd_sender_login_maps = hash:/etc/postfix/sender_login_maps Use entries like: firstname.lastname@example.org bob email@example.com alice @bob.example.com bob The second column is the login name (used for authentication). For more information look at the docs. This example ...
Both of two error messages came from Amazon SES. In this time, I will try to answers the first error message. 554 Transaction failed: Duplicate header 'DKIM-Signature'. The first error indicated that Amazon SES see two DKIM-Signature header in your email (after it forwarded). Looks like there is DKIM software in your mail stack that you forgot to ...
Seen on http://topicdesk.com/downloads/roundcube/ : Please do not use the installer with Server 3.2.1 for time being. The latest Server Update breaks Postgres, which Roundcube relies upon. Eric
You can configure this in main.inc.php: // add a received header to outgoing mails containing the creators IP and hostname $rcmail_config['http_received_header'] = true;
I found the sent-mail log file at : roundcube dir/logs/sendmail It contains a long list of sent email logs, and the IP address of the sender as well. This is exactly what I needed.
For authentication driver, you have selected passwd driver. In other words, user will be looked in /etc/passwd file. Here the content of /etc/passwd looks like. Usually /etc/passwd was contain username only and lacks of domain part. So, it's obvious why it fails. Here some resources regarding dovecot with passwd auth.
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