I would really appreciate any pointers on where to look next to get my Postfix/Dovecot running.
I have it almost running but the situation I am left in is that the Postfix log files claims the mail has been sent but the mail never arrives( i can definitely send to the email address from elsewhere)
If i try sendmail -bv firstname.lastname@example.org postfix says the mail is delivera
I've been looking for a replacement mail server, I've been using a Communigate Pro server to send my mail, over time it's evolved and now not only sends my mail, but mail for several applications, it's sending about 750,000 - 1.5 Mill a week and was never setup to do this.
After following several tutorials on setting up postfix at basic level on CentOs for my VPS, continue to get the following:
-bash-4.1# postfix start
/usr/libexec/postfix/postfix-script: line 317: cmp: command not found
postfix/postfix-script: warning: /usr/lib/sendmail and /usr/sbin/sendmail differ
postfix/postfix-script: warning: Replace one by a symbolic link to the other
wolfdogg wrote:so far i havent had to install any mail server. but dooms day is coming, since i have to get the cron job mail working. what kind of sendmail implementations are out there for arch, so i can just point it to use my shared hosting smtp server?Here is a list, some a mailservers others are smtp-sendmail implementations.$ pkgfile -b sendmail
I've been over my head with threads which never describe my simplest of needs, so I will ask it here: To be able send mail with the mail() function in PHP, using my own server. I'm not interested in setting up an IMAP/POP server, just to be able to send this mail from PHP..
I would expect to find some howto about this elsewhere, so do anybody know about one?