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hello all, i have install postfix (smtp server) on ubuntu. and also configured that by using these command -- 1. apt-get install postfix 2. dpkg-reconfigure postfix every thing is fine......... ...
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    how to test SMTP


    hello all,

    i have install postfix (smtp server) on ubuntu.
    and also configured that by using these command --

    1. apt-get install postfix
    2. dpkg-reconfigure postfix

    every thing is fine.........
    but now how to test that smtp is working or not...
    i have not install telnet, is this required for smtp?

    plz send me step to check smtp ......

    thank you.....

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    I tested my mail configs using a yahoo account. When I'd got it to the point where I could send and received messages through to my own and other users mailboxes on my server, I stopped tweaking it
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    but testing from telnet is a very important skill. this doesn't require you to install the telnet server though and I believe the telnet client should already be available.

    telnet send email - Google Search

    very very handy, that way you aren't waiting to see if its a network problem or waiting on another host to connect to your server.

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    use nmap localhost
    that will do
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