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Mar
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comment Postfix Handle mail as inmail instead of outmail if header is set
No, I don't do PHP.
Mar
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comment Postfix Handle mail as inmail instead of outmail if header is set
Yes. That is correct. No standards-compliant SMTP server will examine the headers to determine message recipients.
Mar
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answered Postfix Handle mail as inmail instead of outmail if header is set
Dec
14
answered Possible to configure postfix as inbound server relay for externally hosted server?
Dec
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comment Allow sending mail without authentication
The SMTP protocol doesn't offer a way for the server to ask for authentication, it can only state if authentication is supported. The client is free to attempt any command supported by the server without authenticating first.
Dec
13
answered Allow sending mail without authentication
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awarded  Organizer
Dec
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comment How to install packages on debian lenny 5.0
You should really update to a distribution that is supported. Lenny hasn't been supported for awhile now, and so it hasn't been receiving security updates.
Dec
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comment Can a NAT close out VPN connections?
Yes, this is likely the cause. See if you can get the VPN software to periodically send keep-alive messages in order to prevent the NAT from timing out the session.
Nov
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answered How to configure postfix to permit relaying from some ip address but only using one domain as sender
Nov
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awarded  Editor
Nov
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revised what is the difference between “”psql“” and “”postgres“” commands?
correct quotes
Nov
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suggested approved edit on what is the difference between “”psql“” and “”postgres“” commands?
Nov
29
answered how to block email address from the same mail domain in postfix?
Nov
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answered What prevents an attack on Postfix through its named pipes?
Nov
22
comment Someone used my postfix smtp (port 25) to send spam mails to me
I don't see anything in your question that indicates an actual configuration problem. The closest I can come up with is use of a catch-all email address, that will often result in getting a lot of spam. But, someone being able to send mail to your domain through port 25 does not indicate that there is a configuration problem, that's how mail is normally delivered.
Nov
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comment apt-get install phpmyadmin on debian doesn't install /etc/phpmyadmin/apache.conf
apt-get purge phpmyadmin; apt-get install phpmyadmin
Nov
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answered apt-get install phpmyadmin on debian doesn't install /etc/phpmyadmin/apache.conf