Question

SMTP Server for iPhone

  • Posted October 29, 2013

Hello,

I want to create a mailserver on CentOS 6. It should only send emails, not receive.

A user with account ‘me@company.com’ & ‘you@example.net’ can use the server. A user with account ‘her@ladybug.info’ may not use the server. A machine with IP 12.13.14.15 can use the server. All other IP’s may not use the server.

Does anyone has a good tutorial for this question? I hope someone can help me on the way.

Thanks.

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Check out <a href=“https://www.digitalocean.com/community/articles/how-to-install-postfix-on-centos-6”>How To Install Postfix on CentOS 6</a> and – for instructions on setting up DNS records – <a href=“https://www.digitalocean.com/community/articles/how-to-set-up-a-host-name-with-digitalocean”>How To Set Up a Host Name with DigitalOcean</a> and <a href=“https://www.digitalocean.com/community/articles/dns-tips-and-tricks”>DNS Tips and Tricks</a>.

No its has to be with a mail server :)

Why not make a simple php contact form so you can send from your own web page, but like sending an email! :)

But I have to setup the mail in an iphone like: smtp.domain.com port 857. <br>so domain.com need to point to something right?

yum install postfix <br>No DNS configuration required/needed, and it only sends… and you can make any email with it.

I’ve already looked at postfix but I can’t find any good tutorial for the thing that I want. <br>I’m searching for something that ‘starts from the beginning’. Including configuration for the DNS servers (I already set those up but need to know how to configure the records for mail). <br>The DNS servers are separated from the mailserver.

Take a look at postfix. It’s a bit of a bear to configure, but it’ll do what you want it to do.