How To Configure Postfix Mail Server In Redhat Enterprise Linux

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

 

Just Follow These Simple Steps And Learn How To Configure Postfix Mail Server And After Then Using These Steps Configure Postfix Mail Server By Yourself

 

Step-1 Firstly Before Configuring Postfix Mail Server You Must Have Configured Yum Server In Your Linux System

 

Step-2 So If You Configured Mail Server Before Then Stop Mail Server Firstly

Step-4 Now How To Configure Postfix Mail Server

Here Is The Command Of Configuring Postfic Mail Server

Now Firstly Login With The Root In Your Linux System And Then Firstly Create 2 User In Linux So We Can Check After Configuring Postfix Mail Server Is Successfully Configured Or Not

Now How To Create User In Linux

Here Is The Command To Create User In Linux

#useradd linux
#passwd linux {Now After Running This Command Then Give The Password to The User}
#useradd ccna
#passwd ccna{Now After Running This Command Then Give The Password to The User}

Here You Can Check The Picture How I Create User In Linux

Step-5 Now How To Configure Postfix Mail Server

#yum install postfix* -y {To Install The Package Of Postfix Server}
#vim /etc/postfix/main.cf   {This Is The Configuration File Of Postfix Server And We Have To Do Changes Inside This Go To Linux No 110 And  Here Is The Change  int_interfaces =All}
#service postfix restart  {To Restart The Service Of Postfix Server}
#service dovecot restart {To Restart The Service Of Dovecot Server}

 

See This Picture What Changes I Have Gone Inside The Configuration File Of Postfix Mail Server

 

 

Step-6 Now Login Both The User With Other Terminals And Then Send The Mail To Another User

Now How To Send Mail To User

#mail -v linux {Linux Is The Name Of User Wher We Have To Send The Mail}
#Mailx {To Read The Mail Which Send By Another User}

This Is All How We Configure Postfix Mail Server In Linux Just Follow These Simple Steps And Configure Postfix Mail server

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