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Mailserver with ldap tutorial – part 5: virus and spam protection

After I’ve described how to set up and test a mailserver with openldap, postfix and dovecot it still needs some basic filters for virus and spam protection.

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Mailserver with ldap tutorial – part 4: testing

After I’ve described how to set up a mailserver with openldap, postfix and dovecot it’s now time to test it and make sure everything works.

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Mailserver with ldap tutorial – part 3: postfix

After we’ve setup openldap in part 1 and dovecot in part 2, I’m going to describe in this post how to setup postfix. Postfix will act as mail transport agent ie as the connection to the world for our mailserver.

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Mailserver with ldap tutorial – part 2: dovecot

After we’ve setup openldap in part 1, I’m going to describe in this post how to setup dovecot. In our mailserver dovecot will have three tasks: it provides access to the mailboxes via imaps, it will destribute the mails accepted by postfix to the mailboxes (local deliviery agent) and it will provide an authentication interface for postfix

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Mailserver with ldap tutorial – part 1: openldap

In this post I’m going to describe how to setup openldap as a user database for my mailserver where also the maildomains, addresses and -boxes are stored.

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My private cloud

Cloud services become more an more popular although there are some aspects why giving away your data to big companies might be not the best idea. In this article I describe the idea of creating my private cloud.

Of course cloud services like dropbox, Google or Apple’s iCloud seem to be a nice thing to have. Synchronizing bookmarks and settings of different programs between my computers, accessing (at least some important) documents from everywhere on the world, sharing pictures and movies with friends and of course email, calendaring and so on. And all of this for free? To nice to be true?

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