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An IMAP and POP3 email server.

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Well, "dovecoat", as you call it, is capable of logging authentication steps in considerable detail; I suggest you set auth_debug = yes in your dovecot config. Without further (or any, actually …
answered Nov 16 '12 by adaptr
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smtp_tls_session_cache_database = btree:/var/lib/postfix/smtpd_tls_cache.db NOTE that smtp != smtp***d***. You have not set smtpD_tls_session_cache_database, and this setting has no default. Ad …
answered Sep 17 '12 by adaptr
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If you are using Dovecot as the MDA, all virtual_mailbox settings in postfix are ignored, as these apply only to the provided virtual(8) delivery agent. …
answered Jan 25 '12 by adaptr
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Since you only explicitly permit SASL authenticated users, if the user is not authenticated the next restriction in line is checked - which is mynetworks, which happens to match. So, entirely due to …
answered Dec 5 '11 by adaptr
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Persistently requiring the full domain name for every address is biting you in the backside here. It really isn't necessary since all you have is the one domain, so a simple solution would be to alte …
answered Nov 13 '12 by adaptr
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How much traffic is generated in what way ? Where ? On the network, coming in, going out, being processed ? You can parse the logs to determine how many messages are received, sent, etc - the well-kn …
answered Dec 22 '11 by adaptr
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1) An acceptable way to implement a spam-catcher: there isn't one. Accepting spam (with the large likelihood that it will later be bounced and hence make you a backscatter producer) is not acceptable …
answered Jan 14 '13 by adaptr
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Postfix virtual aliases: http://www.postfix.org/postconf.5.html#virtual_alias_maps "Users"/"Mailboxes"/"Auhtentication" have more meaning in the context of the IMAP server; however, if you choose the right format (SQL-based, for example) you can re-use the same databases for both postfix and dovecot. …
answered Jan 18 '13 by adaptr
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It is technically impossible to verify the sender on plain SMTP. However, encrypted and authenticated submission over port 587 has been common for a decade now; you should educate your users on how t …
answered Apr 27 '12 by adaptr
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Dovecot LMTP is wholly unrelated to the IMAP server (and its concomitant login and userdb). However, ttbomk there is no way to log in/deliver mail using one user and accept mail using another (or an …
answered Oct 25 '11 by adaptr
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Dovecot offers the pigeonhole Sieve implementation; anything that can do, you are free to use. However, selecting messages based on arbitrary criteria is a client function, not a server one. I'd have to say "no". …
answered Apr 25 '12 by adaptr
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reject_authenticated_sender_login_mismatch, permit_sasl_authenticated, reject See http://www.postfix.org/postconf.5.html#defer_if_reject for details. Unfortunately, this is not simple to update when "dovecot goes down", which I … admit has me puzzled; why does dovecot go down ? If you experience outages due to dovecot maintenance, you should invest effort into not needing maintenance outages on dovecot. Dovecot can run HA …
answered Jul 26 '12 by adaptr
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As documented, dovecot must advertise the appropriate mechanisms. …
answered Jan 8 '13 by adaptr
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You should never run just SASL on a public server. Either enable both TLS and SASL for incoming mail, or - better - configure the commented-out submission listener in master.cf, and tell people to us …
answered Feb 29 '12 by adaptr