Wow, so much to learn about in order to get things working. This is not a step-by-step guide, more some notes to help you get through the critical parts of the documentation. You really do need to get a good understanding of this stuff. Updated configuration: MailJet is now completely out of the picture. They’re… Continue reading Email: What a ride!
I made a wiki thing!
So, you may recall that when I was setting up my Apache / NGINX setup, I ended up giving up on reverse proxying to Apache, and I was pretty sure the main issue was with the WordPress blog setup on https://flyingflux.net enforcing the URL in a way that broke all sorts of dynamic content. I’ve… Continue reading I made a wiki thing!
Well, after an awful lot of faffing about, I have finally got a working configuration of a Postfix relay in the cloud for incoming mail, and a local Postfix + Dovecot + LDAP configuration, such that Postfix hands off local delivery to Dovecot. next up is mail sending. I’m hoping that now I’ve changed my… Continue reading Email received!
Email – Dovecot + secure LDAP
After much wrangling, I’ve managed to get the first step in my email setup working (well, I can logon to it, at least!) The challenge here was getting Dovecot to talk to my OpenLDAP service. Ostensibly a fairly simple thing, made far more complicated in the end due to the lack of good LDAP management… Continue reading Email – Dovecot + secure LDAP