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awarded  Notable Question
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awarded  Popular Question
Jan
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asked Postfix - master.cf - Share settings
Jan
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accepted NFS4 - Mounting multiple subdirs
Jan
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answered Postfix - MySQL - noreply custom response not working
Jan
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asked Postfix - MySQL - noreply custom response not working
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accepted Reset GID/UID auto-increment numbers
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revised Reset GID/UID auto-increment numbers
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awarded  Yearling
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comment Reset GID/UID auto-increment numbers
Ugh rtfm strikes again. Thanks!
Dec
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asked Reset GID/UID auto-increment numbers
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accepted Postfix - Is submission (587) enough?
Dec
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comment Postfix - Is submission (587) enough?
Got it. Thanks.
Dec
30
comment Postfix - Is submission (587) enough?
Ok, thanks. I set :587 as the goto port at the application layer for users who use the web based email GUI (roundcube) and for app functionality like sending emails when a new user signs up, I thought perhaps this would work for server-to-server as well.
Dec
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asked Postfix - Is submission (587) enough?
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accepted Postfix - Google Apps for Business - MX Records - DNS
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comment Postfix - Google Apps for Business - MX Records - DNS
Thx this looks like the way to go.
Dec
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answered NFS4 - Mounting multiple subdirs
Dec
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comment NFS4 - Mounting multiple subdirs
I've seen that option but I don't think that would help in this case.
Dec
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comment NFS4 - Mounting multiple subdirs
The second attempt is what I picked up reading some online docs. Apparently with fsid=0 on the root, I can mount without specifying the path, but it does introduce the issue I spelled out in the OP, in that other dirs in /mnt/raid/nas are now exposed to clients after mounting.