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Hi, Ive spent a few hours today getting my first server installed and running with my websites. These are the packages i currently have installed: apache php mysql samba ssh ...
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    Mail server


    Hi,

    Ive spent a few hours today getting my first server installed and running with my websites. These are the packages i currently have installed:

    apache
    php
    mysql
    samba
    ssh
    vsftpd

    I'm looking to turn this into a mail server as well but i haven't found a good tutorial on how to go about what i need, here are those requirements:

    • I am hosting multiple domains and would like the be able to host separate email accounts for each domain
    • Have external access so i can use the mail servers and their ports for the respected services so i can use the server with programs like outlook
    • pop3, imap and smtp services
    • webmail as a subdomain eg. mail.boone-duden.com is the
    • webmail for boone-duden
    • Separate logins for email than the accounts on the machine



    The big problem for me is that i cant find a good tutorial that shows how to do the separate domains, one is no problem multiple is an issue.

    any help or any good starting point would be helpful.

    Thanks!

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    I found this tutorial "Virtual Users And Domains With Postfix, Courier, MySQL And SquirrelMail (Debian Squeeze)" and will try and work through it tomorrow, wish me luck! (cant post links)

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