Please find attachment. It is my main.cf
I want to run imapd so I can read my email from other pc.
> Send us your postfix config file (main.cf). If you are authenticating
> against your /etc/passwd file and you add users you will need to
> restart postfix (or reload) before use those users.
> /etc/init.d/postfix restart
> and try again. If that doesn't work, send us your config file.
I tried the above, still not working... :(
thanks for responding :)
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From: Andres Jimenez <gandresin@gm...> - 2005-10-24 12:27:53
Thanks for your file. It is very useful :-)
2005/10/24, Shandy Adiguna <shandy@...>:
> Please find attachment. It is my main.cf
> I want to run imapd so I can read my email from other pc.
This seems to be a Postfix problem (depending of th email client you
are trying to use). Start from a simpler config and add imapd later.
Let's try to configure your machine to deliver email to local users
only (no imadp required if your client doesn't use imap, of course).
Once postfix is up and running wer can start thinking about cyrus.
In your config file you are using
# REJECTING MAIL FOR UNKNOWN LOCAL USERS
unknown_local_recipient_reject_code =3D 550
and I didn't see any way of recognizising local users as
local_recipient_maps =3D unix:passwd.byname $alias_maps
(This is the usual config for ACCEPTTING emails sent to ANY local account)
Later, you will say to cyrus how to authentify users, but postfix will
reject any email if unknown_local is enabled and postfix has no
configuration for knowing which username is known and which isn't.
You should add a local_recipient_maps line. Read Postfix's config file
if you want to use another kind of maps different that the info
storaged in /etc/passwd.
Attach you mailerror log if it's not fixed after that. Log ALWAYS has