I often see posts asking about running a mail server on a Dynamic IP address. Twenty years ago I started running my server on a dynamic IP address. However, times have changed, and it is more difficult to do so. Stil, there are mail server roles that work reasonably well on a dynamic IP address.
Using DavMail to add IMAP, SMTP, and CalDav access to Exchange WebMail Servers. Works with Thunderbird and Windows Live clients.
Configuring a common login for Dovecot IMAP(s) and Exim SMTP. Also Exim Submission port and TLS (SSL) configuration.
I have been receiving a fair amount of Spam from an e-mail forwarder. They are unwilling to correct their problems. Much of this Spam is in the form of bounce notifications. Attempting to reject other Spam resulted in more notifications. To control this Spam I implemented signed return path addresses. As a side benefit, I am also rejecting bogus notifications… Continue reading Signing Return Path Addresses with Exim
I administer an email server for a couple of domains and a few users. Incorrectly configured email servers result in a lot of my administration work. Due to improper configuration, far too many servers look like Spam servers. A little effort in setting up your server can make my life easier, and increase your chance… Continue reading Running an Email Server