I have installed ISPConfig 3.0.4 and Debian by following the tutorial "The Perfect Server – Debian Squeeze (Debian 6.0) With BIND & Dovecot [ISPConfig 3]"
I have to tell that i completely love it. There haven't been any big problems with the installation, everything works fine.
But there is one problem. As i have read, smtp auth is on by default, but the thing is - i can receive e-mails from outside sources, but when i send them from server's squirrelmail, i get this error back to my inbox:
As far as i undestood from the spamhaus.org link, my ip adress is in a spammers list, and im unfortunately unable to send the mails until ill enable smtp auth.(that's what the suggest in the link) But here's the dilemma, as i mentioned earlier, all the sources say that smtp auth is on by default. So what should i do now? How i fix this problem?
You should check your config file from your webmail
This is in rouncubed
/ / SMTP username (if required) if you use% u as the username Roundcube
/ / Will use the current username for login
$ rcmail_config ['smtp_user'] = '% u';
/ / SMTP password (if required) if you use% p as the password Roundcube
/ / Will use the current user's password for login
$ rcmail_config ['smtp_pass'] = '% p';
in your webmail you have to look
maybe this helped you
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