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Ashoksmclain 26th December 2012 14:50

Mail Server, Web Server and Database Server for same domain on different machines
 
Hi
Can anyone let me know how to install & configure Mail, Web & Database Server on different machines & network the same to work correctly.

Below i have posted how i am trying to configure

Machine 1 - Web Server - To host multiple websites using Ubuntu server (LAMP) and ISPconfig3

Machine 2 - Mail Server - To Handle all the mails for the websites/ domains hosted on web server using iRedMail

Machine 3 - Database Server - To store all the mails of the domains & other Database using Mysql

All the machines will run using Ubuntu Server OS version 12.04 LTS

Please let me know or post me with the urls so that i can get it done correctly

Thanking You in Advance

till 29th December 2012 17:28

Please see here for ispconfig multiserver guide:

http://www.howtoforge.com/multiserve...th-ispconfig-3

as you use iredmail for email and not ispconfig and you dont want to handle dns, leave out the installation parts for mail and dns servers.

Ashoksmclain 30th December 2012 10:22

Thanks
 
Will the iRedMail setup work with the above instalation

webguyz 30th December 2012 13:40

The more you stray from a standard install the less chance you will have with being successful during upgrades, getting support, etc.

I have never used iRedmail, but isnt it a postfix/dovecot/amavis/clam stack of open source products? These are all the same ones used in ispConfig but without the iredmail interface, you would use the interface builtin to ispConfig.

ispConfig has all the pieces you need to control your website inside the box. Just bring an empty server or vm.

Ashoksmclain 31st December 2012 07:54

Yes iRedMail is what u say,

I will use ISPConfig as you say it has all i want


Thank You


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