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First of all, you'll need to tell us what's wrong. A good starting point would be to use a descriptive title instead of 'sos sos', which doesn't draw any attention to it but tends to have a reverse effect. So, let us know what you've set up, how you configured it, any guide you might have used and most important where it's failing (commands, errors, logs, ...)
Looking forward to your participation in the forums. Have fun with Linux.
I've installed dovecot 1.0.7 on my centos machine through the following command:
yum install dovecot
I made the necessary configurations so as to get it working and created virtual users of the kind firstname.lastname@example.org. All working fine for me in terms of authentication. However, the user is unable to receive emails i sent from my gmail account.
Please post your thread in only one forum. Posting a single thread in the
most relevant forum will make it easier for members to help you and will keep
the discussion in one place. Your two threads were merged, please refrain from
double-posting in the future.