How To Configure Exim Mail Server In Redhat Enterprice Linux

In This Tutorial We Are Going To Learn How To Configure Exim Mail Server In Linux Rhel-4&5

 

Before Configuring Exim Server Or Any Other Server You Must Have Configured Yum Server In Your Linux System

 

Now How To Configure Exim Server

Here Is The Command Of Configuring Exim Server

First We Have To Create At Least 2 User In Linux To Send Or Receive The mail

So How To Create User

#useradd linux

#passwd linux {After Then Press Enter And Give The Password To The User}
#useradd ccna
#passwd ccna {After Then Press Enter And Give The Password To The User}

Here You Can See This Picture Also How I Am Creating The User In Linux

Now The Configuration Of Exim server Is Start See This Coding

#yum install exim* -y
#alternatives –config mta
#service exim restart

Now Go To The 2 Terminal And Send The Mail To Another User

Here Is The Command To send The mail To The User

#mail -s “Subject” linux {linux Is The Name Of Another User Where We Have To Send The Mail}

Now Go To The 3 Terminal And And Login With The User Linux And Check The Mail Which Is Send By User 1 Which Is ccna

Now How To Check Mail Send By Another User Here Is The Command To Check

# Mailx {To Check The Mail Which Is Send By Another User}

This Is All How We Have To Configure Exim Mail Server In Redhat Enterprise Linux

Just Follow These Simple Codings And Configure Exim Mail Server In Linux

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