featds wrote:Hi Spe
This is a very good guide. It worked perfectly and and my e-mail server on a 710+ is working as I want it to be. Many thanks!
Unfortunately I have (now) the problem that the server is no longer hibernating when the MailStation package is running...
Townie wrote:Just to add, if having problems put the relay ISP inside square brackets, it prevents DNS lookups.
relayhost = [smtp.orange.uk]
Also, vitally important is to chown + chmod the sasl_passwd file before hashing to db file. This ensures that only root has access to the plaintext passwd in sasl_passwd. If you do it before the hashing then the db file it creates will have the same permissions too.
Now create a password file as follows:-
cat > sasl_passwd
Press Ctrl+D to save the file.
chown root sasl_passwd
chmod 600 sasl_passwd
Then type the following to setup the password in a useable form for the mail progran to use it
Great guide otherwise.
exdeath202 wrote:I tried this both with gmail and with the smtp service my website domain+host provider gives me. Doesnt work for me. The problem is that before, i atleast could receive mail or send to certain emails.
my domain is a .com one and the smtp according to my provider is smtp.mydomain.com, then i found that it had an user and pass for the email directions, tried the email and the smtp user attached to it, none worked.
Can someone explain how to rever the changes? i tried uninstalling mailstation and reinstalling it but everything remained the same. I dont remember the old #relayhost = " , or the lines i need to delete. Can someone help me please? if i delete usr/syno/mailstation contents and i reinstall mailstation, will it come back to normal?
Thanks in advance
PD: Gmail is the one who seems to go further. The error is: <destinatary email here>: host smtp.gmail.com[220.127.116.11] said: 530 5.7.0
Must issue a STARTTLS command first. h22sm26817217wbh.3 (in reply to MAIL
shareonline wrote:Really nice guide!! but i also needs to set this up to relay through gmail on port 587.. Therefore i'm missing some info:)
PolliSoft wrote:shareonline wrote:Really nice guide!! but i also needs to set this up to relay through gmail on port 587.. Therefore i'm missing some info:)
I solved this by adding the line
smtp_use_tls = yes
in main.cf. Good luck!
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