Originally Posted by till
To access the mail accounts, use the IP of your server as smtp and pop3 server in the mail client and the username and password that you created for the mail user.
Thanks Till for the answer and sorry about the double post.
But how exactly should I go with the IP when configuring for example Mozilla Thunderbird?
I'd put in the incoming server: "pop.192.168.1.40"? or just the IP?
Last night I managed to install Uebimiau and could access to the emails with it.
As for the websites well, it's a little complicated I can access through then with a "hostname" that I created let's call it "sever.dyndns.org" <- it works locally but not in inet though I have it as a dyndns account but as I stated this is not important now.
But when I type for example site1.server.dyndns.org <- it resolves to the "hostname" I used when I installed the server which was something like "something.com.mx" and this doesn't work. so how I can change it to my other hostname (btw within the server there's an error message from Apache saying that it could not well resolve the dns name "something.com.mx").
PD: I also would like to install samba to give them space in the server to save their files, I did it with the Ubuntu desktop but I'm not sure this can be done with the Server because I used some visual things that helped me.
PD: When viewing the websites althought they actually work, the access is really slow and I think it's because of the SSH, I'd like them to show faster so is there a way or how can I disable the SSH to avoid this?.
Thanks for the help.