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I am new to linux and I am running Postfix as my Mail server. Comcast customers are not receiving mail that is sent from my server. I need to check ...
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    Where are the Mail logs stored


    I am new to linux and I am running Postfix as my Mail server. Comcast customers are not receiving mail that is sent from my server. I need to check the logs. I can't seem to find them. Can somebody point me in the right direction.

    thanks

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    Usually /var/log/maillog
    grep it for comcast, and for the matches: grep the mailIDs, so that the view is consistent.

    Maybe this will also help:
    Postfix Debugging Howto

    Also, it seems, that postfix by default uses syslog.
    Thatīs why the logfile is defined in syslog.conf
    Postfix Basic Configuration
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