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    POSTFIX SMTP Help

    Hi All,

    I have setup POSTFIX on our server and can receive email and pop3 into it to grab mail. So far so good. However I cannot connect a mail client to send mail via smtp through the server...
  2. [ubuntu] Re: Home Server, Is This Hardware Fit For Purpose

    I tried to get 100Mb but it wouldn't wash with the missus ;)
  3. [ubuntu] Re: Home Server, Is This Hardware Fit For Purpose

    No :)

    But I now understand why you suggested Leafnode, thanks.
  4. [ubuntu] Re: Home Server, Is This Hardware Fit For Purpose

    It does indeed state 4GB max, but I was using the mobo as my old FreeNAS board. The FreeNAS forums advised that the board was capable of 8GB, so I bought more RAM, tried it and voilą! The OS reported...
  5. [ubuntu] Re: Home Server, Is This Hardware Fit For Purpose

    I don't have any restrictions from my ISP and we have a 50Mb cable line. Leafnode is some form of proxy caching server I believe, very useful for slower/capped/unstable broadband/dial-up packages but...
  6. [ubuntu] Re: Home Server, Is This Hardware Fit For Purpose

    This is just a staging server which does the grunt work of downloading, verifying, unpacking etc. I have an 18TB file server where everything ends up. Thanks for the heads up though.
  7. [ubuntu] Re: Home Server, Is This Hardware Fit For Purpose

    I forgot to mention the server would be headless, other than offloading live tv onto the GPU where do you see the graphics card being a weak point? I'm just curious as I never considered it to be. I...
  8. [ubuntu] Home Server, Is This Hardware Fit For Purpose

    Hi Everyone,

    New around here so please be easy on me.

    I am looking to re-use/piece together a home server. It's purpose, to replace the synology ds112j which currently functions as such.

    I...
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