Discussion in 'Programming' started by Jason_2017, May 25, 2017.

  1. Hey all does anyone know how to setup mail server and POSTFIX ADMIN on a VPS?

  2. Qraktzyl

    Qraktzyl Contributor

  3. Qraktzyl

    Qraktzyl Contributor

    I run my mailserver on a vps which is part of my dedicated server. (i use solusvm) I wanted an isolated environment for the mailserver.
  4. If I gave you access to my vps would you be able to configure?

  5. Qraktzyl

    Qraktzyl Contributor

    You just have to follow the instructions in the link...

    I could do it, but you wouldn't learn nor understand anything and if a problem arise you would be stuck without knowing what's happening because you didn't configured it.
  6. can you setup please, i have tried following guide but keep getting errors wont setup if a reverse proxy is setup
  7. Qraktzyl

    Qraktzyl Contributor

    Did you follow the guide I provided or another guide? The guide I provided shouldn't give you errors, it's the only guide that I could just copy and paste the commands without thinking and having a functional mailserver...
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  9. dude i have tried no luck?

    also i have a hosting package which included but gets error cannot connect to network storage? any ideas?
  10. Qraktzyl

    Qraktzyl Contributor

    Dude, cause you didn't read. There's no place in this guide that tells u to use "sudo /etc/hosts" because it isn't a valid command. If you look and read the guide correctly, you would have seen that the exact command is "nano /etc/hosts".

    you probably can't find nano because you didn't do an "apt-get update" before...
  11. can you setup plz ? the management of it we're fine with just setup we struggle
  12. Qraktzyl

    Qraktzyl Contributor

    I strongly recommend that if you can't setup your own mailserver to just buy a service that offers it.
    Do not trust someone over the internet to setup your mailserver or you will end up like hillary Clinton.
    Kieran likes this.

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