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Forum: HOWTO-Related Questions 11th June 2008, 22:19
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Posted By Ravenium
Weirdly, it now works. I'm still getting the...

Weirdly, it now works. I'm still getting the occasional spam message (I need to read how to train mailscanner for false negatives, whereas false positives seems to be easy enough).

Below is an...
Forum: HOWTO-Related Questions 10th June 2008, 06:54
Replies: 2
Views: 2,888
Posted By Ravenium
Virtual Domains With Postfix and MailScanner - forwardings "eaten"

Ok, this one has me stumped. I recently upgraded my mail server according to the CentOS/MailScanner/Postfix tutorial (with some side steps to disable amavis and all the older cruft). Everything...
Forum: HOWTO-Related Questions 27th October 2006, 03:18
Replies: 1
Views: 2,495
Posted By Ravenium
Postfix on FC5 w/Virtual Domains: Adding last accessed Fields to postfix mysql users

Hello again, apologies for two posts. I felt that both questions were distinct enough to merit distinct topics :-)

Under mysql 2.1, there were distinct select_field, from_field, etc parameters in...
Forum: HOWTO-Related Questions 27th October 2006, 03:14
Replies: 1
Views: 5,222
Posted By Ravenium
Postfix on FC5 w/Virtual Domains: Adding Mailman to Multiple Domains

Hello,

I loved the tutorial on setting up postfix with FC5. Made a multi-day exercise in frustration boil down to an hour of fiddling :-)

However, I have a question related to this: I'm...
Forum: Suggest HOWTO 27th October 2006, 00:25
Replies: 0
Views: 3,388
Posted By Ravenium
Mailman

See my other post in HOWTOs. I think if you have virtual domains, mailman becomes a bit confusing. Or maybe Mailman just needs to convert its lists to use mysql :)
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