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alexej 27th April 2005 18:48

Virtual Hosting with Postfix
 
I found the "Virtual Hosting with Postfix" howto very interesting. Unfortunately I'm using sendmail so I'd like to know if this is also possible with sendmail?

Alexej

joe 27th April 2005 19:58

Hi,

I'm glad you found the articles interesting!

I've never liked sendmail so I've never even attempted to try it. However, this page seems to cover virtual hosting with sendmail pretty well. You can still use dovecot with sendmail but you would have to tune it to how you set sendmail up.

Good luck!

mike 28th April 2005 14:18

Hey Joe,

nice howto you've written there. Thanks a lot! :)

Michael

intars 22nd September 2005 16:43

Postfix adduser
 
bash: adduser: command not found
Can any help me?

linuxfast 22nd September 2005 16:47

Are you logged in as root ?
try su - root if you previously used su root

also try useradd instead of adduser


btw: nice work joe, just checked out your unixmages pdf, very well written !
I wish this kind of material was around when I started out !

intars 23rd September 2005 10:34

Hi, linuxfast!
I cannot create a new e-mail account. The command adduser is not working. I use SUSE 9.3, postfix mail server and have logged in as root.
Maybe there are other ways how to create an e-mail account?
Thank you!

till 23rd September 2005 10:35

Have you tried the "adduser" command?

falko 23rd September 2005 11:20

Quote:

Originally Posted by intars
Hi, linuxfast!
I cannot create a new e-mail account. The command adduser is not working. I use SUSE 9.3, postfix mail server and have logged in as root.
Maybe there are other ways how to create an e-mail account?
Thank you!

What's
Code:

which adduser
showing? And what
Code:

echo $PATH
?

intars 23rd September 2005 15:31

/sbin:/usr/sbin:/usr/local/sbin:/root/bin:/usr/local/bin:/usr/bin:/usr/X11R6/bin:/bin:/usr/games:/opt/gnome/bin:/opt/kde3/bin:/usr/lib/jvm/jre/bin

matehortua 12th October 2005 21:49

on my suse 9.3 box i work with: useradd and i dont have adduser.
remember that YAST exists and i create users like this:
empty home and /bin/false login.

hope it helps


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