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Old 18th August 2006, 13:01
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Default re:perfect setup ubuntu 6.06 - email setup when not using ispconfig


Thanxs for another excellent guide, it really helps beginners like myself.

just a couple of things though:

I descided not to use ispconfig (find doing configuration manually helps me learn linux better) , how do i set up email accounts? are they just system accounts, if yes how do i make them?

Also, in the guide you specify server1.example.com in the postfix configuration, in my situation should it just be example.com (what i'm trying to get at will addresses be in the format joeblow@server1.example.com or joeblow@example.com when using the format in question)?

What ports need to be forwarded? (80, 993, 995, 443)


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