I have fully functional mail server which uses maildrop as a delivery agent. Now i need to implement quota for each mailbox. I've found some articles which describes quota configuration with patch to postfix - but i found some posts that patched postfix quota functionality works only when virtual delivery agent is used.
I have a Exchange 2010 server and recently a majority of my users haven't been receiving their spam digests from GFI Max Mail. I checked the message log in GFI and they have the error "BOUNCE (PERM FAIL) 550 mailbox unavailable" I looked closer at the log and it seems pretty random who does and doesn't get it. GFI support hasn't been too much of a help, any ideas?
How can I remove the Administrator Mailbox from Exchange 2010?
I don't want to delete the whole user account because I need Administrator to access the Server, but Administrator shouldn't have any mail addresses assigned.
We use Eset Mail Security which is getting licenced per mailbox count.
I use Postfix with virtual mailbox and Maildrop for the transport agent. All my emails are delivered to the folder /home/vmail/domain.tld/user/. Today I noticed that emails sent to non-existent addresses are delivered to the file /home/vmail/domain.tld/user.
I've got an Ubuntu server with the hostname node1.mydomain.com. I have mydomain.com set up with Google Apps for email, and mail sent to node1.mydomain.com arrives in the correct Google Apps mailbox. However, mail sent from this server through sendmail (by cron, php, or whatever else) to node1.mydomain.com only gets delivered locally to the user's mailbox, and isn't sent out over SMTP.