In this video, Chaim Krause begins the installation of database related software.
- [Instructor] Up to now,…everything we've been doing on the local server…has been done using flat files.…If you're going to have a small email server…in terms of volume,…it's perfectly okay to just leave it that way.…But if you're going to have more email…than you'd like to have in flat files,…it's best to put them in a database,…along with that comes all the other things you can do…like run your own queries for reports and things like that.…So I'm going to show you how to put a database behind…both Dovecot and Postfix…and because it involves some SQL,…those of you who do have SQL experience…can use command line client and create all the tables…and users that are needed,…but for those of you who might not be that comfortable…with the command line,…I'm going to download and use some tools and have GUIs…that will make this a little easier for us to do.…
So I'm going to install a bunch of software right now,…the database and then the tools I want to use…and then dependencies that we have for that.…In order to get what we need,…
- Reviewing the components of email delivery
- Sending mail with Postfix internally and externally
- Configuring TLS, SASL, and an email client
- Installing database tools
- Creating virtual domains, users, and aliases
- Exploring greylisting with Postgrey
- Installing and configuring spam tools
- Reviewing DNS-based protection against spammers
Skill Level Intermediate
Linux: Multitasking at the Command Linewith Scott Simpson39m 1s Intermediate
Linux: Desktops and Remote Accesswith Grant McWilliams1h 44m Intermediate
1. Basic Setup
2. Going Beyond Basic Services
3. Agent-Based Protection Against Spammers
4. DNS-Based Protection Against Spammers
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