I am planning to run an Ubuntu server as a mail server for our office. Our goal is to have an email server that connect to our web mail server and pull all the emails from server.
Our employee don't have access to internet but we need all of them use email.
We have a mail server running Debian 5.0. It is one year old now but we want to deploy a new server with Ubuntu Server 10.04. The problem is that we want to transfer all the user mails and settings to the new mail-serverl. So all their usernames and passwords should be the same, all their mails should be transferred successfully to the new mail server.
I've working mail server which I setup on Ubuntu Server. Mail server works along with Apache web server.
My question is now I would like to expose my mail server as MX entries. I've another domain which is mapped with other shared hosting but I would to use my Ubuntu Mail Server. I'll map MX entries of mail server to that domain.
I am trying to create a mail server and client using fedora 20 virtual machines. I have a Fedora client and a fedora server both running fedora 20. I want a mail server that sends mail between the two. It does not have to send mail outside the network just between the two machines.
I need some help on Linux Mail Server, I have configured mail server on CentOS 6.5 with Sendmail and Devocot service's, everything is working fine yet, this mail server configured on virtual machine for testing, our official main mails working by Microsoft exchange server, Now I am planning to do same services what service are running in that server...
I want to create a mail server using Ubuntu Server 12.04.2 LTS, but need to be able to retrieve emails using MS outlook as the client.
I have a spare PC which I am going to install Ubuntu Server 12.04.2 LTS. How do I go about configuring it to be a mail server, and I specifically need to be able to retrieve email using MS Outlook on another Windows 7 PC.