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Old 22nd February 2006, 14:45
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No idea what happend but today mornin I sent an email and the long desired Sent folder was created. I didn't change any configuration since I left yesterday... weird but I am happy that it works
The sent folder must have been created by your email client (outlook / outlook express) with imap.

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Anybody can give me a hint how to make an email redirect?
Open the email user settings of this user in ISPCOnfig and enter the address where the emails shall be redirected too in the "Forward" field on the advanced settings tab.
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Old 22nd February 2006, 16:44
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Great Thanks till,
that worked fine with redirects. Some users used to put .forward files in their home directories on the old server. What happen if they do it on the new machine with ISPConfig?
Will it cause problems? Shall I forbid it to them?

And one more question
During the perfect setup for SUSE 9.3 I created the certificate which was required. Now when anybody wants to send an email a window pops up which sais that this certificate is not in the users' name and so on... Can I disable it?

It is now possible to send emails from my smtp without loging Isn't it dangerous!?!?!
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Old 22nd February 2006, 17:10
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that worked fine with redirects. Some users used to put .forward files in their home directories on the old server. What happen if they do it on the new machine with ISPConfig?
Will it cause problems? Shall I forbid it to them?
There is already a .forward file in the users home directory, that forwards all email to procmail. If the users replace it with their own file, the mail delivery might fail.

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During the perfect setup for SUSE 9.3 I created the certificate which was required. Now when anybody wants to send an email a window pops up which sais that this certificate is not in the users' name and so on... Can I disable it?
You can either send emails without SSL encryption or i think you will have to buy a an officially siigned certificate.

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It is now possible to send emails from my smtp without loging Isn't it dangerous!?!?!
If you can send emails to other domains hosted on your server, then its OK. If you can send emails to e.g. an gmail or yahoo account without smtp auth enabled, it is dangerous.
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Old 22nd February 2006, 17:54
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It is now possible to send emails from my smtp without loging Isn't it dangerous!?!?!
There are three scenarios in which you are allowed to send emails without authentication:
1) You're sending from the server itself (e.g. with a webmail program).
2) You're sending to a recipient who's on the server.
3) The client you're sending from is in the mynetworks variable in /etc/postfix/main.cf.
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Old 2nd March 2006, 15:33
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Just a Small question to the SSL encryption. Is this only the case with Thunderbird that every time I (or somebody else on the server) want to send an email it complains about me sending an email with wrong certificate?

Thanks for your knowledge in advance
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In this case you must either create another certificate (have a look at the steps described in the "Perfect Setup" for your distribution), or you don't use TLS when sending emails.
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In this case you must either create another certificate (have a look at the steps described in the "Perfect Setup" for your distribution)
But if I create a new certificate it will just replace the old one and I will have the same story again, will I?

Maybe I don't understand to 100% how it works but I thought this certificate shall exist only once... that's why I don't really get your suggestion falko... sorry

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But if I create a new certificate it will just replace the old one and I will have the same story again, will I?
Yes, your old certificate will be replaced. Howver, during the creation of the certificate you're asked a few questions, and if you answer correctly, then the warning should go away.
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