I'm back and it is time for another Complete tutorial.
Many good folks have requested that I do something about hosting your own Email server on your Raspberry Pi.
Especially in this topic
I wasn't entirely sure about this. Since ISPs on residential lines tend to block email ports and all email traffic.
You will be using :
Postfix, open-source mail transfer agent that routes and delivers electronic mail.
Dovecot, open-source IMAP and POP3 server.
MardiaDB (MySQL), to store Email account details.
RoundCube, web-based IMAP email client to read and send your Emails.
You will be using sophisticated though, free web services to audit your configuration, to obtain high security and credibility results.
https://habilisbest.com/raspberry-pi-as ... ail-server
How to setup a Webmail client
https://habilisbest.com/round-cube-web- ... spberry-pi
There is another article coming soon
featuring the configuration of
SPF, DKIM, ADSP, DMARC
Those will make sure your email server obtains the best results
Keep this in mind
If you are setting up an Email server using your residential Internet connection:
WARNING : It might just happen that the Email server you've just configured, doesn't work!
There is, probably, nothing wrong with your setup. Just, Be aware that MOST of the ISP (Internet Service Providers) Block Email related ports and traffic on their residential networks.
This is the explanation, they usually provide:
Just a thing to consider, before panicking, if your server doesn't send nor receive any Emails...It is being done to limit fraud and other malicious activity from virus-infected computers on our networks.