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howtos:network_services:postfix_with_cyrus [2013/07/21 13:19 (UTC)]
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howtos:network_services:postfix_with_cyrus [2017/10/18 09:54 (UTC)]
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   # installpkg /tmp/postfix-2.8.3-x86_64-1_SBo.tgz    # installpkg /tmp/postfix-2.8.3-x86_64-1_SBo.tgz 
  
-Before we continue with installation of Imap server we need to assure that Postfix is working and we can authenticate with sasl. Let's make some basic Postfix configuration and some basic SASL configuration. I will be explaining plain auth because later on we will use it togheter with sasl to authenticate.+Before we continue with installation of IMAP server we need to assure that Postfix is working and we can authenticate with sasl. Let's make some basic Postfix configuration and some basic SASL configuration. I will be explaining plain auth because later on we will use it togheter with SASL to authenticate.
  
-First of all we need to make our aliases and tell postfix to use aliases maps from /etc/postfix/aliases, so :+First of all we need to make our aliases and tell Postfix to use aliases maps from /etc/postfix/aliases, so :
  
   # joe /etc/postfix/main.cf   # joe /etc/postfix/main.cf
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   # adduser   # adduser
      
-  Login name for new user []:xxxxxx+  Login name for new user []: slackware_user
   User ID ('UID') [ defaults to next available ]: press ENTER   User ID ('UID') [ defaults to next available ]: press ENTER
   Initial group [ users ]: 200   Initial group [ users ]: 200
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 Now edit /etc/postfix/aliases and modifiy it to your needs :  Now edit /etc/postfix/aliases and modifiy it to your needs : 
  
-  root:           your_user +  root          slackware_user 
-  office:   your_user, your_next_user+  office:   slackware_user
      
 Now update your aliases database issuing the command : Now update your aliases database issuing the command :
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   # echo tls_key_file: /var/imap/server.pem >> /etc/imapd.conf    # echo tls_key_file: /var/imap/server.pem >> /etc/imapd.conf 
      
-====== Adding Postfix, Cyrus-SASL and Cyrus-IMAP to rc.local so they can start automatiacally at startup ======+====== Adding daemons to rc.local ======
      
 Now the last step is to add all daemons to rc.local so they can start when machine boots. So open /etc/rc.d/rc.local and add these lines : Now the last step is to add all daemons to rc.local so they can start when machine boots. So open /etc/rc.d/rc.local and add these lines :
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   Managing IMAP, Dianna Mullet & Kevin Mullet, O'Reilly   Managing IMAP, Dianna Mullet & Kevin Mullet, O'Reilly
   Official Postfix Documentation, [[http://www.postfix.org/documentation.html]]   Official Postfix Documentation, [[http://www.postfix.org/documentation.html]]
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