Hi everyone, I'm trying to set up an Amahi Home Server using Fedora 19 (the latest version of Amahi available), and want to set up Postfix to relay messages for the root email, via my gmail account. I have this set up on another server already, but for some reason the steps don't work on the new server (it works perfect on the old server). Here is the relevant portion of main.cf from the "OLD" server: Code: # sets gmail as a relay relayhost=[smtp.gmail.com]:587 # uses tls and starts it smtp_use_tls=yes # use sasl when authenticating to foreign SMTP servers smtp_sasl_auth_enable=yes # path to password map file smtp_sasl_password_maps=hash:/etc/postfix/sasl_passwd # list of CA's to trust when verifying server certificate smtp_tls_CAfile=/etc/ssl/certs/ca-bundle.crt # elminiates default security options which are incompatible with gmail smtp_sasl_security_options= # adding some policy information to try and fix need starttls error smtp_tls_policy_maps = hash:/etc/postfix/tls_policy And the sasl_passwd (with actual email and password removed) Code: [smtp.gmail.com]:587 [email protected] And the tls_policy file: Code: [smtp.gmail.com]:587 encrypt Originally I tried copying all of the files from the old computer directly to the new one. That didn't work. So I redid everything, and have tried various methods to get the relay working. I guess my questions are 1: What am I missing here? and 2: Why did it work on one computer, but not the other (the only real difference being the old server is a 32-bit and the new one is 64-bit)? I just tried clearing out all of my relay settings on the new server, and pasting in the same settings from the old server (in main.cf). When I restarted postfix, and sent my test mail, I get this: Code: Nov 19 07:19:58 localhost postfix/master: daemon started -- version 2.10.2, configuration /etc/postfix Nov 19 07:20:05 localhost postfix/pickup: 323681801AD: uid=0 from=<root> Nov 19 07:20:05 localhost postfix/cleanup: 323681801AD: message-id=<[email protected][email protected][email protected] Any help is greatly appreciated. Have a great day. Patrick.