I guess you all know the common problem with cheap hardware being used as a server box, don’t you? I’m fed up with those troubles and decided to use some professional hardware.
Sometimes you have to slow down your mail delivery for some destinations or you might want to push out more mails for a certain server as it’s inside your LAN without being unkind to other people. Here’s a way of doing it: The main.cf file of our postfix installation is the place where we define a new transport […]
Thinking back on my mail system here, I usually get that uncomfortable feeling in my stomach as the server structure was more or less some unordered patchwork which was started long time ago. Everything started back when I still used SuSE Linux, way before YaST2 when the world was still fine and sendmail a great choice for smtp […]
It’s not easy running your own IT things – but it’s easy to come in trouble with and waste hours. Trust me, I know that from my own experience, especially dealing with MTA systems. Here it is Postfix. The number of mails rushing through my system is often more than 800 mails a day. The reason for such […]