I tried loading postfix with -v and -vv, but nothing leapt out at me, not that I understood much of what it was showing. Now I'm retracing the exact same steps. . Thanks Joe, This is Virtualmin Pro, and happy to reinstall as I'm only testing prior to migrating data from my existing server. Hope this help out a few people, phocks.
Honestly, I would rather create a port redirect, rather than change the port which the mail server listens on. Here's how I fixed it on mine. If you run your own mailserver and have problems to connect to it on port 25, you can enable port 465 smtps in postfix as a workaround. Or we should check the configuration of postfix. Looks as if postfix is ready for connections. To check for port 25, you can easily use nmap -p25 localhost.
The material on this site may not be reproduced, distributed, transmitted, cached or otherwise used, except with the prior written permission of Condé Nast. So, I sorted all that out and fired up postfix, checked that the server was listening on port 25 and then tried to telnet: Connecting To 10. I'm not that far yet setting up e-mail clients etc. No, I don't think this is normal or right. I've done various things to PostFix and Dovecot but only to try to get them to work in the first place.
I think we just need a bit more real world work with it to get it solid. So I think the problem is that Postfix Dovecot? Very odd, like I said there's nothing between the two but switches actually I believe they're on the same one , and a tracert can reach the box fine. How do I debug this? Port 25 is open in firewall. If you have feedback for TechNet Subscriber Support, contact. Run tcpdump on some external box to see an outgoing connection to the postfix box If it's a windows box, use. This port is already assigned for different purposes.
I notice that Maidir directories are placed in two places. Not sure what i did but it seems to work now for the most part. Can someone give me some direction? Can someone give me some direction? Are there any tools which will give me more information about attempts to connect to a port on a remote host? I've had a email server setup for awhile now with sendmail. But even the other local machines cannot connect to this new machine on port 25. . Am I doing something wrong? Anyhow, given the results you posted so far, this is certainly not a postfix problem. For instance, sometimes you might be in need of using -Pn option for a pingless scan.
Followed the setup perfectly set it up a few times actually why playing around. The same thing might happen again but maybe we'll see the error this time and can address it in the install script for another go. You've got two easy easier than fixing everything manually, because even I can't keep up with everything that goes on during installation, in both virtualmin-base and in the install. Perhaps this hints that I should be looking at the receiving end of the connection? Emma's Diary and Lifecycle are trading names for Lifecycle Marketing Mother and Baby Ltd 02556692. Morris wrote in message news:TpcQe.
. Any help would be appreciated. You can also try to use iptables -nL grep to see if there is any rule set by your firewall. Unfortunately, while I can send email via a remote client, I cannot receive email. Apologize if this question is redundant, but i cannot find any info anywhere.
Can you for example do a telnet mail. If this question can be reworded to fit the rules in the , please. But it doesn't seem to be doing so here. Is it really that simple? Emma's Diary and Lifecycle are trading names for Lifecycle Marketing Mother and Baby Ltd 02556692. At this point, I'm guessing they don't allow access to port 25 on any domain except their own. .
I thought we altered this in the installer, but something might still be wrong with that bit of code. Nmap is a super-powerful tool, but you should know how to use it. Or, and this one might be simpler, you can just reinstall Postfix and Dovecot to get fresh configuration files and then run the standalone perl script that does the configuration steps this is pretty much pulled verbatim out of the virtualmin-base package. Then, you simply change the port within your mail client. More and more internet access providers are closing port 25 to reduce spam except for connections to their own mailservers.