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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: bob@example.com bob alice@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 ...


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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 ...


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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


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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;


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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.


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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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