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WouterDS 30th January 2012 18:11

Postfix Dovecot listen to mail.domain & smtp.domain
 
Not going to open another topic for this, but I've got a new problem.
The server always says my password is wrong (but I DO enter it CORRECT).
Someone who knows how to fix it?
Recorded a movie from how I create step by step a new email and try it in a webmail client. You can download the movie here (+-16MB, extracted +-26MB): http://cl.ly/2o232j081V2v11422530

Quote:

Originally Posted by Original topic
Hello,

I have followed and installed this tutorial perfectly and everything works as it should work.

But how do I make the mail server listen to the subdomains mail.domain.com and smtp.domain.com? So I can connect to it from my mail clients on my laptop etc..
I do receive the emails on the server.
http://f.cl.ly/items/1B1U0N2S0e24311...2017.40.20.png
I'm running Ubuntu 10.04 Lucid LTS 32bit

PS: The tutorial is based on a HowToForge tut :)!

Thanks in advance,
WouterDS


WouterDS 31st January 2012 11:35

Oops. I now realized that I haven't set the DNS yet.

I have now set my DNS like this (is this correct?).
http://f.cl.ly/items/2t0W0O262n1c2J1...2012.26.12.png

But still no luck.

This is what I expected to see (tried it on the localhost)
http://f.cl.ly/items/1L0J0Z081c392P3...2012.27.15.png

This is what I get to see (remote, from home)
http://f.cl.ly/items/40230O3h2o2z2v2...2012.39.56.png

Thanks

falko 31st January 2012 14:12

Please make sure that all services are running, e.g. Postfix and Dovecot, that they are listening on all interfaces, and that no firewall is blocking their ports.

Check the outputs of
Code:

netstat -tap
and
Code:

iptables -L
.

WouterDS 31st January 2012 15:40

Hello,

First of all, thank you for trying to help me. It's like you're the only one who wants to help me atm (posted this issue on 3 other forums and nobody responds).

So I tried your commands, and at the first one I can see tha smtp, imaps, imap, pop3 and pop3s are running.

Output for netstat -tap: http://pastebin.com/p21NakHg
Output for iptables -L: http://pastebin.com/4YNQ0ccZ

PS: I couldn't paste it here on the forum, got the error that the message was too short but I guess it was too long.

And again, thanks for helping me. I hope we'll fix it soon.

Best Regards,
WouterDS

WouterDS 31st January 2012 22:37

Quote:

Originally Posted by original
OMG.
I have found it.

Every ISP in my country has to block port 25 by law.
Sorry for this useless post.

Regards,
WouterDS

Not going to open another topic for this, but I've got a new problem.
The server always says my password is wrong (but I DO enter it CORRECT).
Someone who knows how to fix it?
Recorded a movie from how I create step by step a new email and try it in a webmail client. You can download the movie here (+-16MB, extracted +-26MB): http://cl.ly/2o232j081V2v11422530

falko 1st February 2012 17:43

Quote:

tcp 0 0 *:imaps *:* LISTEN 15865/imap-login
tcp 0 0 *:pop3s *:* LISTEN 17502/dovecot
tcp 0 0 localhost.localdo:mysql *:* LISTEN 13509/mysqld
tcp 0 0 *:pop3 *:* LISTEN 17502/dovecot
tcp 0 0 *:imap2 *:* LISTEN 15865/imap-login
It's strange that for POP3 and POP3S, it says "dovecot", while for your IMAP daemon, it says "imap-login". On my Debian Testing server it says "dovecot" for all four, so I guess you have some other daemon that Dovecot running for IMAP. Please stop it and restart Dovecot.


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