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November 12, 2016

How to Install Claws Mail in Ubuntu

To install Claws Mail in Ubuntu

Claws Mail is a fast, lightweight, and GTK+ based email and news client. It offers easy configuration and user friendly features. This tutorial will guide you through the Claws Mail installation in Ubuntu.

Features Supports File attachments through ‘|attach_output{sub_expr}’ or ‘|A{sub_expr}’ options. Disables the hiding threads and messages in draft folders. Adds notification support for Ubuntu’s Unity Messaging Menu Doesn’t add the Message -ID to the drafted message. Installation of Claws Mail

The installation of Claws Mail requires the prior addition of repository. Add it with the following command.

root@linuxhelp1:~# [...]
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November 10, 2016

How to install Rainloop e-mail client in Ubuntu

To install RainLoop in Ubuntu

RainLoop is a fast and lightweight  e-mail client software which supports protocols such as IMAP, SSL, SMTP, etc. RainLoop allows the user to login with multiple e-email accounts even with different browser tabs. It can also be integrated with Google,Facebook,Twitter, dropbox, etc. This article sheds light on the installation of RainLoop on Ubuntu.

Installation of RainLoop

Prior installation of LAMP server is needed before installing RainLoop. Invoke the following command for the same.

root@linuxhelp:/home/user1/Desktop# apt-get install lamp-server^ Reading package lists... Done Building dependency tree Reading state information... [...]
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August 3, 2016

How to install DeepOfix Mail Server

To install DeepOfix Mail Server

DeepOfix is a debian based mail server OS that contains a builtin web based management tool called easy push server management tool. Installation of DeepOfix is explained in this manual.

Features

Stores all the information in the LDAP Mails and other added features are maintained with the help of Web based server management. It updates the inbuilt tools automatically. Email fetch option supports multiple users in single inbox. To install DeepOfix Mail Server

Download the DeepOfix Mail Server from the following link, http://www.deeproot.co.in/deepofix/download/form Make it bootable in DVD or pendrive and in the installation wizard, [...]

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July 1, 2016

How to install and configure Zimbra mail server

Installation and configuration of Zimbra mail server

Zimbra is an open source mail server to send and receive mails. This setup is handled by main agent called Mail Transfer Agent(MTA). Installation and configuration of Zimbra mail server is explained in this tutorial.

Mail server categories

SMTP – handles all the outgoing mails POP3 / IMAP – handles all the incoming mails Mail filtering – handles processing the email to organise according to specific criteria ( i.e for filtering mails )

To install Zimbra Mail server

Zimbra Mail server handles all the incoming and the outgoing mails. It uses SMTP and POP3 / IMAP protocols. It supports all the [...]

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June 24, 2016

How to install Mutt – Send Emails in terminal

Sending Email in command line terminal by using Mutt

Mutt is a command line based Email client tool to send and read mails in linux based systems. It also supports POP and IMAP protocols for receiving mails. Installation of Mutt is explained in this article. Features:

MIME support (including RFC2047 support for encoded headers). Message threading. POP3 support and IMAP support  Support for multiple mailbox formats (mbox, MMDF, MH, maildir) Delivery Status Notification (DSN) support Reply to or forward multiple messages at once  Easily include attachments while composing. To Install the mutt package [root@linuxhelp Desktop]# yum install mutt Loaded plugins: aliases, [...]
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May 9, 2016

How to install RainLoop Webmail

To install RainLoop Webmail

Rainloop is a web mail application for web based email accounts like Gmail, Yahoo Mail and Hotmail. It is a free open source application written in php for modern and fast web based Email client.

Characteristic Features

Social : Integration with Facebook, Google and Twitter enables users to log-in with their social network credentials.

Simplicity : Provides easy way to installing and upgrading RainLoop application without any technical skills. The built-in upgrade tool allows users to easily obtain new version and plugins from a single click via admin interface.

Security : Built-in protection module clears hazardous HTML entities for [...]

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May 3, 2016

How To Install SquirrelMail in Ubuntu/Debian

To Install Mail Server using SquirrelMail in Ubuntu/Debian

Squirrel mail server is a web interface which is licensed under the GNU General Public License  and is programmed in  PHP language. In this tutorial we will learn how to install SquirrelMail in Ubuntu/Debian.

Features of SquirrelMail works with POP3 email Allows to create email in plain text formats Blocks external images by default. Step 1: To Install PHP5 and Apache2

Install PHP5 & Apache2 , before installing ‘SquirrelMail’.

user1@linuxhelp:~$ sudo apt-get update [sudo] password for user1: Get:1 http://security.ubuntu.com wily-security InRelease [65.9 kB] Hit http://in.archive.ubuntu.com [...]
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May 2, 2016

How to install iRedMail in Linux

Installation of iRedMail with Virtual Domains, Webmail, SpamAssassin and ClamAV in Linux

iRedmail is one of the best open-source Mail server. With this you can deploy a full-featured mail server in few minutes. Even the newbie can easily able to understand the whole setup. Before the installation process lets have a glance about its features.

Features Full featured with zero cost Available on Major Linux distributions. Dovecot & PostgreSQL, Apache & NginX web server support. Roundcube : Webmail with AJAX, Global LDAP Address book. Calendar service(CalDAV) & Contact service(CardDav) Antivirus such as Clamav. Fail2ban for log files.

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March 25, 2016

How to setup Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP) in RHEL 7

How to setup Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP)

In general, the sender will create the email message and sends to server. Then it will be forwarded to recipient mail server and delivers the mail to client progtram or web mail. The SMTP server service is present in all the servers. In this article we will discuss how to setup Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP) in RHEL 7.

Test environment

Original mail server and central mail server

Original Mail Server: (hostname: mail.linuxhelp.com / IP: 192.168.5.159)

Note: /etc/hosts file is used for the name resolution.

192.168.5.159 mail.linuxhelp.com mail ::1 mail.linuxhelp.com mail

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