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Old 4th September 2006, 16:36
jjw jjw is offline
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Thank you Falko.

Originally Posted by falko
Because you enter invalid information when you create the certificates the first time. Accept the default values. The most common error is this: when you're asked for the "common name (e.g., your name)", this doesn't mean your personal name, but your domain name (e.g.
Ok, I thought I did it right. Anyway, I entered the same info the second time around.

Originally Posted by falko
Please add
mynetworks =
to /etc/postfix/ and restart Postfix. Then try to send a mail over that server with your email client (without SSL, but with "Server requires authentication." enabled).
I did this. I then attempted to connect from my mail client. I just timed out. No messages anywhere. I then logged in from another machine on the command line port 110, and then I logged in as the user, but it didn't list any messages, even though I have another screen open that shows a file in /var/www/web1/user/web1_test4/Maildir/new. This seems odd indeed.
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