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email:troubleshooting:mailserver-configuration [2020/06/15 10:45]
Karson N.
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   domain3.com: 555.666.777.888   domain3.com: 555.666.777.888
   domain4.com: 555.666.777.888   domain4.com: 555.666.777.888
-</code> 
   *: 111.222.333.444   *: 111.222.333.444
 +</code>
  
 You will properly configure the /etc/mailhelo file, too: You will properly configure the /etc/mailhelo file, too:
 +<code>
   domain1.com: domain1.com   domain1.com: domain1.com
   domain2.com: domain2.com   domain2.com: domain2.com
   domain3.com: domain3.com   domain3.com: domain3.com
   *: hostname.domain1.com    *: hostname.domain1.com 
 +</code>
  
 The last step is to enable the necessary options in the //Exim Configuration Manager// to tell it that you want to use these settings. In the //Basic Editor// section of WHM's //Exim Configuration Manager// interface (//Home >> Service Configuration >> Exim Configuration Manager//), you will enable the following options and save: The last step is to enable the necessary options in the //Exim Configuration Manager// to tell it that you want to use these settings. In the //Basic Editor// section of WHM's //Exim Configuration Manager// interface (//Home >> Service Configuration >> Exim Configuration Manager//), you will enable the following options and save:
email/troubleshooting/mailserver-configuration.txt · Last modified: 2020/06/15 10:46 by Karson N.