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Q: Suse Linux 10.1 Mail Server (Courier Imap and Exim) Question ( No Answer,   0 Comments )
Subject: Suse Linux 10.1 Mail Server (Courier Imap and Exim) Question
Category: Computers > Operating Systems
Asked by: lwm-ga
List Price: $50.00
Posted: 22 Aug 2006 08:49 PDT
Expires: 21 Sep 2006 08:49 PDT
Question ID: 758401
I am using Suse Linux Enterprise Desktop 10.1 and trying to set up a
mailserver using courier imap and exim.  It will be a backup
mailserver for users to get email when the Microsoft Exchange Server
in our domain is down (router will send mail to both servers)-- so
essentially what is being created is a parallel system more than a
backup in a strict sense.  Courier Imap and Exim are installed and
working, but neither is configured correctly and I can't solve the
puzzle.  I need someone to come into the system via a remote admin
client such as VNC and look around and tell me what to do.  The IP of
the system is (you may need to come in on display 1,
which would mean use  The temporary username is
"consultant" and the temporary password can be had from lwm2 A-T map
D-O-T com.  If you look around the system and think $25.00 is a
reasonable fee for telling me what to fix, then post your fix so we
can see if it's the answer.  What I need is more than a general or
sketchy howto;  I need specifics.  An ongoing consultant relationship
could be created based on mutual wishes.

Clarification of Question by lwm-ga on 28 Aug 2006 06:40 PDT
I have been through the HOWTOs and set options appropriately so far as
I can see, so I'm thinking it's something basic / trivial I'm missing.
 Offered price for an answer has been raised to $50.00.
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