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Thread: Joomla and php mail with nginx, postfix and dovecot

  1. #11
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    Re: [SOLVED] Joomla and php mail with nginx, postfix and dovecot

    virtual, I think. I created the email accounts through ispconfig3 interface. Each email is NOT a login user

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    Re: Joomla and php mail with nginx, postfix and dovecot

    Verify the email accounts exist and make even create a test email and see if it works.
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    Re: Joomla and php mail with nginx, postfix and dovecot

    the email accounts are recognised by roundcube. I can login on it (it is set to not create new accounts on login, so theoretically they should already be active for it to login). How else can I verify? Thanks

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    Re: Joomla and php mail with nginx, postfix and dovecot

    Postfix usually puts up a "mail loops back to myself" message when there is a DNS entry for a domain that points to your server, and Postfix hasn't been configured to recognise that domain as a one it processes.

    If you're using "standard" system accounts, you'll need to add your domain to the mydestination line in main.cf.

    For virtual domains, I don't have a short and easy "one size fits all" answer, it can depend on how you've set things up. Having said that, the process is similar. Some information can be found at http://www.postfix.org/VIRTUAL_README.html
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    Re: Joomla and php mail with nginx, postfix and dovecot

    thanks, I'll have a look at virtual domains via postfix. I'll reply as soon as I get a handle on things

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