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CrimsonSkyZS 01-11-2006 05:55 PM

IMAP User setup, mail servers, Roundcube webmail client, Receiving Emails
 
For the past few days I have been on a crazy mail server trek. I finally accomplished building the rpm and installing courier-imap server and the courier auth and fulfilling all the dependencies. Now, I am very very confused.

My Setup:
System:
-FC4
-sendmail
-fetchmail
-postfix
-athlon 2600, 1GB RAM, 250GB HDD

Installed:
-All dependencies for courier-imap
-courier-imap
-RoundCube Webmail
-Apache 2.2.0, PHP 5.1.1, MySQL 5.0.18
-phpMyAdmin

Networking:
-comcast as cable ISP (I'm pretty sure no ports are bing blocked)
-Linksys router (port fowarding setup[110,143,80])
-domain name at godaddy (blah.net) to my global IP at home (static)
-linux box named: redhost.blah.net
-no DNS server on linux box

Good things:
-imap server is running
-can log into Roundcube after using the [maildirmake $HOME/Maildir] command as root
-can send mail

Problems:
-when I send mail from roundcube, gmail says sender is "root@redhost.blah.net"
-when in webmail client sender is "root@localhost" not "root@blah.net"
-can't recieve email
-no idea how to setup MX records
--currently: (see dns below) note: @ means blah.net on godaddy's dns manager
-need to setup users for the imap server
--Do I need to setup system acocunts for these users and then do a maildirmake in their home directory? Is this the only way, it would be nice to have only email acounts so to speak?
-sendmail, fetchmail, and postfix, were all installed during fc4, do I need to keep them? I think only sendmail has a process running.

A (Host)
[Help]
DNS Manager Help

A (Host)

Description:

An A record short for address record is a record within a zone file that maps a domain name to an IP address. Thus, you can use an A record to indicate the IP address you want your domain or subdomain to point to. Also referred to as a host or host name. For example, if you want your domain "domainnamegoeshere.com" to point to your home computer (whose IP address is, for example, 172.0.0.1), the A record would list "domainnamegoeshere.com," or "@" as the host and "172.0.0.1" as the "Points To" IP address. Entering "@" will automatically insert your domain name as the host name for the A Record. If the A Record is for the domain "www.domainnamegoeshere.com," the host name should be entered as "www."

Do not enter "www.domainnamegoeshere.com" as the host name for an A Record.

A (HOST)
Host Points To TTL
@ 68.84.255.255 3600
fbla 68.84.255.255 3600
phpmyadmin 68.84.255.255 3600
forums 68.84.255.255 3600
www 68.84.255.255 3600
blog 68.84.255.255 3600
pma 68.84.255.255 3600
files 68.84.255.255 3600
mail 68.84.255.255 3600

CNAME
Alias Points To TTL
www @ 3600
mobilemail mobilemail-v01.prod.mesa1.secureserver.net 3600
pda mobilemail-v01.prod.mesa1.secureserver.net 3600
email email.secureserver.net 3600
imap imap.secureserver.net 3600
mail pop.secureserver.net 3600
pop pop.secureserver.net 3600
smtp smtp.secureserver.net 3600
ftp @ 3600
webmail webmail.secureserver.net 3600
e email.secureserver.net 3600

MX RECORD
Priority Host Goes To TTL
0 @ blah.net 3600

Thanks for any help on this matter...


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