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How to configure EXIM4 wheezy

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My emails aren´t working. I have to configure EXIM4 on debian 7.7 wheezy.
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Hi,

Hope the below tutorial will help your cause;

http://blog.edseek.com/~jasonb/articles/exim4_courier/exim4.html
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Follow the FAQ/guide setup.

A quick way to identify what might be going on is to look at the exim mail log.
There you can determine whether pthe email is not being delivered to the local user (make sure the domain is local/virtual and the making is correct)
The mail is being rejected by the server, see above.
No messages are making their way to your server, check external firewall to make sure it allows access on port 25.
Make sure the domain's DNS records point mail to your server.

Presumably, you tested sending emails locally George going live.
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Thanks all
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