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Installing an email server on a one-click install Ghost Droplet

Hi, Complete newbie to handling a droplet: I installed ghost using the digitalocean one-click install, but now I’m wanting to have an email server on there. I used this tutorial and ran a script, but being as it’s a ghost droplet going to mydomain/mail doesn’t work and I’m not sure I did the FQDN thing properly. Any tips on how to do both, preferably without starting over?


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The Ghost droplet uses nginx, while iRedMail uses Apache. So you will need to configure nginx to serve iRedMail’s web mail interface and admin panel, take a look at Using iRedMail with Nginx (Ubuntu 13.04 x64).