[2021-11-20]

Success stories

I would appreciate if you leave a comment here telling others if your mail server is running. Perhaps even a word about the purpose of the mail server and the number of users you have. That allows others to see that their time is well-spent and indeed leads to a working mail server. Thanks for your feedback.

4 thoughts on “Success stories

  • 2021-11-24 at 21:01
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    I have been using the workaround.org ISPMAIL tutorials for many years and still do it every time I upgrade my mailserver. It is a neat and straightforward approach and saves me a lot of time I otherwise would have to spend reading manuals, finding new packages and trying things out. Everything is on the point and I get the information I need, that’s perfect. Thank you very much for you great work.

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  • 2021-12-11 at 12:00
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    Thank you for this guide! I used it (with a slight modification) to build an internal-only email service for a smart home. Instead of using a Let’s Encrypt cert, it’s using a cert signed by a private root CA which is already trusted by all the browsers in the house (and now by mail clients too). All the “smart” devices that want to send email can finally alert their owners with everything staying behind the firewall.

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  • 2021-12-24 at 18:17
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    Work as expected. Thanks for your time !

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  • 2022-01-25 at 06:13
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    Works for me! I’ve been using this guide since 2018 or so, and just today nuked my server and re-did the config from scratch. Test mails to GMail go through just fine. Note that I used postgresql and nginx instead of mysql/apache.

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