Best practice for mailserver setup
I followed an tutorial about setting up a mailserver.
I have setup the following DNS records for my domain in DO`s DNS manager:
Mx 5 mail.mydomain.com.
Txt @ “v=spf1 mx -all”
A mail.mydomain.com. IP.AD.RE.SS
This should setup mail.mydomain as mailserver right? I am using virtualmin which has postfix mailserver running.
This is not (yet) working for this domain, but I got it working on another domain, so that does not really matter for now. What matters is that i`m wondering if this is the ideal configuration for a mailserver. Am I not missing a few backup TXT or Mx records?
What are the best practices, DNS records or postfix tips to setup mailserver for reliable e-mail sending and receiving? Also, what are the pitfalls of my setup? I use dovecot for IMAP mail sending and receiving.
I`m totally new on this so hopefully someone can help.
What is essential that I can setup a mailserver like mail.mydomain.com, or mail.myserverfqdn.nl , something like that.
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