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I'm currently setting up a (Fedora Core 3) box that will function with the following: Apache Web Server DNS Server Using virtual domains SMTP Server (Using Sendmail) POP Server (Using ...
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- 04-15-2005 #1
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- Apr 2005
Postfix and VM-POP3D, Creating a POP. Virtual mailboxes etc.
I'm currently setting up a (Fedora Core 3) box that will function with the following:
Apache Web Server
Using virtual domains
SMTP Server (Using Sendmail)
POP Server (Using Postfix with VM-POP3D)
And obviously there'll be an FTP Server running soon aswell with a bit of luck.
So far Apache, DNS (With virtual domains), SMTP Sendmail server are all installed and working as I desire them to.
A quick elaboration on what this machine is meant to do eventually: Serve people around the world with webhosting/DNS + POP E-mail accounts.
Now the part im having trouble with is sending an E-mail to my virtual mailbox for firstname.lastname@example.org (and my-domain is a FQDN that does work when accessing a test website via another machine on the Internet).
I know the configuration with Postfix/VM-POP3D must be partially correct because I can E-mail on the same machine from email@example.com to firstname.lastname@example.org and vice versa.
I'm currently in a state of confusion and at a loss as where to go next and what to change. Any assistance of any nature would be greatly welcome.
(Incase I sounded like I know what i'm talking about, I assure you I dont)