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Sending mails and narrowing what script does it

I'm using a very old Ubuntu server that was some time ago a mail server which was infected. Sadly there is a running web page on that server. Some script/page/malware is trying to send a lot of spam - ...
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1answer
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Postfix corrupting Japanese characters

I'm having a problem with certain Japanese characters being corrupted when sent by my MTA, Postfix. I've done some trial and error sending the same message from approx 7 different servers running ...
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1answer
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maildrop/postfix with multiple mydestination locations and virtual users

My mail server hosts email for two different domains which it responds to as physical domains and also handles several virtual emails. Yes, this is insane, but postfix lets me do this. Recently, I ...
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1answer
403 views

How to forward email for an entire domain to an email address using SRS (Sender Rewriting Scheme)

I have a domain for which I want to forward all email destined for addresses at that domain to a single email address. For example, I want to forward john@example.com and fred@exapmle.com and ...
4
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1answer
9k views

How to get `mail` on a CentOS 6 server (running postfix)

On my old server, and most other devices I have run, there is a provided mail program. On my new CentOS 6 server, running postfix as the MTA, I cannot send command-line email via mail - the tool is ...
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4answers
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What is the best MTA setup for a home/laptop computer (*not* server)?

What is a good MTA (e.g. Postfix or something else) setup for a home computer behind a NAT, or a laptop that is not always online? I've read a lot of Postfix tutorials on how to set it up this way or ...