How-to Configure Posfix Secure eMail Server on Linux Ubuntu Step-by-Step Easy Visual-Guide

July 17th, 2013 by Regaz

The Easy Visual-Guide Shows You How-to Install, Configure and Getting-Started with the Postfix eMail MTA on Ubuntu Linux.

Following the Postfix Configuration Proposed here Below will Get a Working eMail Secure Server on Ubuntu.

Before to Dispose of a Working eMail Server You will Need to Make an MX Mail Exchanger Record for the Domain.

Finally to the article Bottom there is a Link to Guide for Enabling the Smtp, Pop, & Imap Client Login to Postfix Server.

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  1. Open Terminal Window
    (Press “Enter” to Execute Commands)

    Cmd and Search “term”

    Ubuntu Linux Raring Open Terminal
  2. Postfix Installation

    sudo apt-get install postfix

    If Got “User is Not in Sudoers file” then Look: Solution
    You’ll be Asked about Mail Server Configuration and Domain Name, if You don’t Have some Special Needing just Take the Default Values…
    installing postfix on ubuntu linux - terminal mail server configuration
    installing postfix on ubuntu linux - terminal mail server domain name

  3. Postfix Local Network SetUp
    sudo su

    Here we see the Configuration by the postconf Utility but Your can Directly See & Edit the Postfix Variables on the /etc/postfix/main.cf File.

    Postfix Network SetUp Example:

    postconf -e "mynetworks = 127.0.0.0/8"
  4. Next Set Postfix Domains

    Example:

    postconf -e "mydestination = example.com, mail.example.com, localhost.localdomain, localhost"

    This Make Postfix Aware that if it receives mail destined to either of these, for example, myuser@mail.example.com or myuser@example.com, it should accept and process this e-mails.
    The New Messages are Stored in the Maildir Directory on the User’s Home.

  5. Enable All Network Interfaces to Receive eMails
    postconf -e "inet_protocols = all"
  6. Latest Restart Postfix
    service postfix restart
  7. Test Postfix Installation
    telnet <domainName.com> 25

    Enter “quit” to Quit :)

    If Not Working See How-to SetUp a MX Record for Receiving eMails:

    MX Record SetUp
  8. How-to Enable Smtp, Pop & Imap Client Authentication:

    Articleifx+Dovecot Secure Auth
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