Currently exim4 logs to /var/log/exim4/mainlog but I would like to stop this.
I'v checked a few man pages but none show how to do this.
Using Ubuntu server 14.04 how to set UTF-8 CHARSET? It's using now ANSI by default so i can't see cyrillic letters.
I am using non-split config mode, so i have 2 files in /etc/exim4:
Using exim4 only as send-mail server only.
I need to reinstall exim4-daemon-heavy on my system, and reinstall the files in /etc/exim4 (witch i presume are in exim4-base/exim4-config ?),
however apt-get refuses with the following errors:
Error: Unsplit config selected and /etc/exim4/exim4.conf.template missing ...
I am pretty new to this forum and linux server administration. This is my question:
I am running a Debian server which got somehow compromised using vulnerabilities of unupdated versions of portmap and exim4.
Somebody used the server to send spam. exim4 was connecting to irc, portmap was mapping hundreds of ports and some evil perl scripts were causing drama.
i have installed the exim4 using aptitude install exim4
and configure with dpgk-reconfigure exim4-config
this is my /etc/exim4/update-exim4.conf.conf file:
dc_local_interfaces='127.0.0.1 ; ::1'
I am running Debian Wheezy 64-bit. Running on the box is exim4 which is causing sporadic load spikes 1-2 times an hour. I catch this process running in htop as '/usr/sbin/exim4 -q'. The process seems to run for about 1-3 minutes.
I'm trying to figure out the source of some failing email to root@ on an internet server. I don't know if it is anything to do with exim4, but that's the MTA.
I can see the logs of the attempts with the external server in /var/spool/exim4/msglog, and what looks like a log of messages received by exim4 in /var/spool/exim4/input.
I'm having trouble figuring out yum, rpm, and exim4.
All I want to do is
yum install exim4
yum has been good to me in the past, smoothly fetching all packages and dependencies required to run the program I desire.
But not this time. exim4 wasn't included in the amzn-main package apparently.
No package exim4 available.
Now I don't want any fish.
i've got exim4 on ubuntu server and i-ve got a pool of 20 external IP's.
Is that possible to configure exim4 to use this ip-s rotating to send mail?
I think i could do this with iproute / iptables load balancing with "link stick" but i want to know if this is possible with exim4 internal configuration.
I successfully configured exim4 to handle mail only for the localhost (just for forms on the website). I tested it by sending messages from the CLI to myself on another domain.
My problem is that the server has the FQDN of www.example.com and I need to be able to send mail to [email protected]
'person' doesn't have an account on the Webserver box as the mail is handled elsewhere.