I can send, but I not reciving any outside emails in my domain


I instaled in my droplet the ISPConfig 3, following these steps

I instaled too OPENDKim signature and RoundCube webmail

Well,… I have a domain with google MX records, and works well. So I have some domains with local MX, I can send emails normaly, but I still can’t recive outside droplet emails.

I read a lot of material but nothing working… :(

Can anybody help me?



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@fredmosc I found your Problem :-) look :

smtpd[21418]: connect from[]
Aug 27 13:17:17 odin postfix/smtps/smtpd[21193]: SSL_accept error from[]: Connection timed out

The first “problem” (for me) is you have not a logical Postfix Configuration (no order).

The second real problem is you have a weak TSL configuration

Here for e.g. my configuration:

##### TLS settings ######

tls_preempt_cipherlist = yes
tls_ssl_options = NO_COMPRESSION
smtpd_tls_dh1024_param_file = /etc/nginx/ssl/dhmail.pem

### outgoing connections ###

### incoming connections ###

Please order and clean your configuration

Click here to see how to generate a Diffie-Hellman group

nano /etc/postfix/ and uncomment (remove the hashtag) #smtps inet n - - - - smtpd

Restart Postfix sudo service restart postfix

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Hello and welcome to Digitalocean

Could you post your /var/log/mail.log and your Postfix and Dovecot configuration

PS: I would recommend you to read this tutorial Mailserver with Postfix Dovecot and Mysql