Join Chaim Krause for an in-depth discussion in this video Required setup, part of Linux: Email Services.
- [Instructor] Let's talk about what you're going to need to follow along in this course. We're working on Red Hat Enterprise Linux Seven or CentOS flavored Linux distribution. You absolutely have to have root access, there's no other way. You're going to need a registered domain that's in the public domain system. You can't just make up one, it's not going to work. You need to have rights to make changes to your DNS records, public facing. And you need to be able to get SSL and TLS certificates from registered CA.
So these are the things that we'll need here for our lab environment to get a basic system up and running. In your case, there may be other things you need. Please check with the people involved. If you want to do this for an organization, your requirements may be different.
- 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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