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Setup Mail Server

Hello

I'm new to Linux, but my company request to set up mail server on Red Hat Linux 9.0

Could you help me to set up

Thanks very much
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blueadmin
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jojuCommented:
use sendmail ... You have to go through the configuration manual and use sendmails mailing list for any questions.

Thanxs,
Joju
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pablouruguayCommented:
redhat 9,  come with sendmail pre-install  you only need to type

/etc/init.d/sendmail start

and the mail server is working

after that you tell us, what are the problems do you have, IF you have one and try to help you.
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blueadminAuthor Commented:
ok, i'll try, and if i have got problems, i will ask you later
thank you
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apsivamCommented:
You'll definitely have trouble coz the default Red Hat configuration does not allow sendmail to bind on your network ip address.
make sure you have sendmail-cf rpm package installed and do the following

open the /etc/mail/sendmail.mc file and change the following line

DAEMON_OPTIONS(`Port=smtp,Addr=127.0.0.1, Name=MTA')dnl

to

dnl # DAEMON_OPTIONS(`Port=smtp,Addr=127.0.0.1, Name=MTA')dnl

restart sendmail

uncomment and modify the following lines

MASQUERADE_AS(`example.com')
FEATURE(masquerade_envelope)
FEATURE(masquerade_entire_domain)

edit /etc/mail/access file to include your network some thing like below

192.168.1                               RELAY

finally add your domain name to /etc/mail/local-host-names file refer below

example.com

Note: replace example.com with your real domain name and 192.168.1 with your real network id

then run the following command as root

# make -C /etc/mail
# service sendmail restart

thats it now you can send mail to any one in the internet if your mail server have access to internet.

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Cheers,
Sivam
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apsivamCommented:
Oops I almost forgot about POP3 or IMAP for mail retrival within your network

I personally suugest you to go for UW IMAP server which provides POP3 support too. Its very easy requires almost NIL configuration. Unfortunately Fedora Core 3 replaced it with dovecot. You can still grab the FC3 rpm from the following like
http://rpm.pbone.net/index.php3/stat/4/idpl/1655208/com/imap-2004-0.fdr.9.c.3.i386.rpm.html

Install it enable it using the following command

# chkconfig ipop3 on
# service xinetd reload

thats it now you can download mail from any mail clients like Thunderbird, Outlook etc.

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Cheers,
Sivam
www.emmeskay.com
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grujiczoranCommented:
Hello,
I'm new as well. Howrver here is some web sites that my help you.

https://www.timekiller.org/howtos/qmail-rh9.html 

http://www.qmailrocks.org/

Good Luck :)
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