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    I think it is something related to mlmmj maillist or its openldap management which might be causing this issue. As when I tried removing maillist from slave server it did not populate from master server. That means its not replicating anything from master server. Something needs to be configured to allow replication of maillist.


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    bhupeshduggi wrote:
    ZhangHuangbin wrote:
    bhupeshduggi wrote:

    Can our web application make a call to the mail server and pull the contents of the folder and display emails?

    Just use standard IMAP protocol.

    So where should we point the IMAP query?  Do you have information about the destination path or folders on the Mail server we need to point the IMAP query from the web server?

    Hi Zang,

    What TCP/UDP ports do we need to permit to the email server from application server to do a IMAP query.  Do you have any document which details about services need to permit?


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    huzaifa4725 wrote:

    Please can you provide any tutorial related this.

    It's easy to find rsync tutorials with Google, so we didn't make one. smile


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    For mlmmj mailing lists, you need to sync /var/vmail/mlmmj (and mlmmj-archive) too.


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    Yes I synced both directories from primary to secondary via rsync which runs every minute. It fetches everything fine however, if any maillist is migrated to mlmmj on master server that is not reflecting on slave server. Can you guide what could be the cause? Rest of the user / domain activities are perfectly replicating from master to slave server.


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    Got it solved. Sorry it was turned off from advanced settings . Please delete this post.


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    I found some variations on LDIF on Admin-Pro panel which are attached with this.

    Primary server has different ldif and secondary slave replication server has different ldif.

    How can this be rectified?


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    Yes I did... anyway, I gave that up and I am trying to achieve a different configuration. We can consider this "closed".


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    Nevermind. I gave up on this as well...


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    ==== REQUIRED BASIC INFO OF YOUR IREDMAIL SERVER ====
    - iRedMail version (check /etc/iredmail-release): 0.9.8
    - Linux/BSD distribution name and version: CentOS 7
    - Store mail accounts in which backend (LDAP/MySQL/PGSQL): SQL
    - Web server (Apache or Nginx): Nginx
    - Manage mail accounts with iRedAdmin-Pro?
    - [IMPORTANT] Related original log or error message is required if you're experiencing an issue.
    ====

    Hi,

    I have just installed iRedMail with this configuration:
    - 1 Server (MAIL) --> with all services but MariaDB
    - 1 Server (DB) --> with MariaDB only

    I followed this tutorial: https://docs.iredmail.org/install.iredm … erver.html
    and installed with something like:

    USE_EXISTING_MYSQL='YES' MYSQL_SERVER_ADDRESS='<public_ip_DB>' MYSQL_SERVER_PORT='13306' MYSQL_ROOT_USER='admin_iredmail' MYSQL_ROOT_PASSWD='admin_password' MYSQL_GRANT_HOST='<public_ip_MAIL>' bash iRedMail.sh

    Everything works fine.

    However, one of the requirements for the final configuration is SSL client-server connection between MAIL and DB.
    The configuration is already done. DB has server certificates, MAIL has client certificates. I added SSL requested to the user admin_iredmail to test and it works. If I run from MAIL:

    mysql -h <public_ip_DB> -u admin_iredmail -P 13306 -p --ssl

    I can access MySQL and:

    SSL:                    Cipher in use is DHE-RSA-AES256-SHA

    Any controindication in doing the same for all MySQL users used by iRedMail? What would it take to add the "--ssl" to each connection?

    Thanks


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    Attached are slapd.conf files of primary and secondary server for review.


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    ==== REQUIRED BASIC INFO OF YOUR IREDMAIL SERVER ====
    - iRedMail version (check /etc/iredmail-release): iRedMail-0.9.8
    - Linux/BSD distribution name and version: Ubuntu 16.04
    - Store mail accounts in which backend (LDAP/MySQL/PGSQL): MySQL
    - Web server (Apache or Nginx): Apache
    - Manage mail accounts with iRedAdmin-Pro? Yes
    - [IMPORTANT] Related original log or error message is required if you're experiencing an issue.
    ====

    I originally created the iredmail server using brand new Hostname domain and Email domain. That did not work well with ISPs because the domains had no history and thus were suspected of Spam. I am now renaming the Hostname and Email domain to be Sub-domains of existing Domains with years of good history.

    But when changing the configuration entries in /etc/amavis/conf.d/50-user I notice that the DKIM entries refer to the old domains. How is the best way to align the DKIM Key names and Paths to reflect the new Domains?

    Thank you.


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    I answer my own question...
    Postfix supports TLS towards MySQL only from v2.11 and on iRedMail v0.9.8 (CentOS) I get

    # postconf -d | grep mail_version
    mail_version = 2.10.1

    So I am not investigating further...


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    Have you followed official documents for DKIM?

    Setup DNS records for your iRedMail server (A, PTR, MX, SPF, DKIM)
    https://docs.iredmail.org/setup.dns.htm … omain-name

    Sign DKIM signature on outgoing emails for new mail domain
    https://docs.iredmail.org/sign.dkim.sig … omain.html


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    It can be the reason that your domain already listed as SPAM in their records.

    Try setting up your domain on https://postmaster.google.com which will show you useful information about spamming on Google and other results.

    I had the same issue on NEW DOMAIN and sorted it with google once I had some data on hand from postmaster.


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    ketan.aagja wrote:

    It can be the reason that your domain already listed as SPAM in their records.

    Try setting up your domain on https://postmaster.google.com which will show you useful information about spamming on Google and other results.

    I had the same issue on NEW DOMAIN and sorted it with google once I had some data on hand from postmaster.

    Forgot to mention, I have already registered the domain on postmaster.google.com, plus I have checked and the server ip is not blacklisted either.

    SPF and DKIM are properly set up and so is Reverse DNS...


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    Hi All,

    i have a same issue and the answer is:


        proxy_set_header x-webobjects-server-url  https://$host:8443;    #and here you can set the port


    tplancon use the command:   nginx -t    to test nginx conf file... if there is a problem nginx help you to find the line. smile

    Thank you guys! This post was help me to find the line... i test it on ubuntu 16.04 LTS work fine!




    tplancon wrote:

    Zhang,

    Thanks for the reply! Your solution appears to be working from the web, but I don't quite understand why - this is my first experience with Nginx.

    I first added my port/host as an additional parameter:
        proxy_set_header x-webobjects-server-port $server_port 8443;
        ...
        proxy_set_header x-webobjects-server-url  https://$host https//:my.ip.add.ress;

    Nginx didn't like that and would not reload. So I removed the $server_port and https://$host and just left my settings. Nginx reloaded and I can connect over the web. But will these settings break my LAN connection? I'll can't check until tomorrow. I'll post the status.

    Thanks again for the support!


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    I think Gmail or Google G Suit need some time to measure your domain/ip reputation for new server.


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    ==== REQUIRED BASIC INFO OF YOUR IREDMAIL SERVER ====
    - iRedMail version (check /etc/iredmail-release): 0.9.8
    - Linux/BSD distribution name and version: CentOS 7.5
    - Store mail accounts in which backend (LDAP/MySQL/PGSQL): MariaDB
    - Web server (Apache or Nginx): Nginx
    - Manage mail accounts with iRedAdmin-Pro?: Yes
    - [IMPORTANT] Related original log or error message is required if you're experiencing an issue.
    ====

    Hi Zhang,

    I set up an mlmmj mailing list and added subscribers, leaving the "Send email to new members for subscription confirm" check box checked. I subscribed four addresses, two hosted on the same server (different domains) and two hosted on external servers. The subscription confirmation emails to the two external server were delivered, but the two (and a third I have since tried) to addresses hosted on the same server have bounced, even though I have double-checked and copied and pasted and successfully sent test messages to the addresses that bounced.

    Here is the maillog for one of the addresses:

    Oct  7 20:21:39 my postfix/10025/smtpd[21160]: connect from my.server.net[127.0.0.1]
    Oct  7 20:21:39 my postfix/10025/smtpd[21160]: 4C239C5A3E0: client=my.server.net[127.0.0.1]
    Oct  7 20:21:39 my postfix/cleanup[22786]: 4C239C5A3E0: message-id=<1538943699-24101-mlmmj-7b047c2b@example.com>
    Oct  7 20:21:39 my postfix/10025/smtpd[21160]: disconnect from my.server.net[127.0.0.1]
    Oct  7 20:21:39 my postfix/qmgr[24863]: 4C239C5A3E0: from=<test20181007+bounces-confsub-416f6d79443aa0d4-craig=example.net@example.com>, size=2115, nrcpt=1 (queue active)
    Oct  7 20:21:39 my amavis[21484]: (21484-15) Passed CLEAN {RelayedInternal}, MLMMJ LOCAL [127.0.0.1] <test20181007+bounces-confsub-416f6d79443aa0d4-craig=example.net@example.com> -> <craig@example.net>, Message-ID: <1538943699-24101-mlmmj-7b047c2b@example.com>, mail_id: tGqaDISvmU4W, Hits: -, size: 1065, queued_as: 4C239C5A3E0, dkim_new=dkim:mail.myserver.com, 87 ms
    Oct  7 20:21:39 my amavis[21484]: (21484-15) Passed CLEAN, <test20181007+bounces-confsub-416f6d79443aa0d4-craig=example.net@example.com> -> <craig@example.net>, Hits: -, tag=0, tag2=0, kill=0, queued_as: 4C239C5A3E0, L/0/0/0
    Oct  7 20:21:39 my postfix/pipe[23475]: 4C239C5A3E0: to=<craig@example.net>, relay=dovecot, delay=0.02, delays=0/0/0/0.02, dsn=5.1.1, status=bounced (user unknown)
    Oct  7 20:21:39 my postfix/cleanup[22783]: 514CCC5A3E2: message-id=<20181007202139.514CCC5A3E2@my.server.net>
    Oct  7 20:21:39 my postfix/qmgr[24863]: 514CCC5A3E2: from=<>, size=4099, nrcpt=1 (queue active)
    Oct  7 20:21:39 my postfix/bounce[24104]: 4C239C5A3E0: sender non-delivery notification: 514CCC5A3E2
    Oct  7 20:21:39 my postfix/qmgr[24863]: 4C239C5A3E0: removed
    Oct  7 20:21:39 my postfix/pipe[24105]: 514CCC5A3E2: to=<test20181007+bounces-confsub-416f6d79443aa0d4-craig=example.net@example.com>, relay=mlmmj, delay=0.01, delays=0/0.01/0/0, dsn=2.0.0, status=sent (delivered via mlmmj service)
    Oct  7 20:21:39 my postfix/qmgr[24863]: 514CCC5A3E2: removed

    The "Received Mails" log in iRedAdmin-Pro also shows that the message was received. (See attachment.)

    With reference to the maillog output, the mailing list is test20181007@example.COM and I have tried to subscribe craig@example.NET. Both domains are hosted on the same (iRedMail, of course) server. The maillog output says "status=bounced (user unknown)" for craig@example.NET. However, it absolutely *DOES* exist, as I've explained above, and does not bounce incoming messages from externally hosted domains or domains hosted on the same server.

    Thanks in advance for your assistance.


    Craig


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