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OS X Server (10.8.2) + Roundcube

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I'm trying to run an email server on my home server, and using Roundcube as my primary webmail.

I can't seem to get something right, I actually haven't been sure how to run custom or catch-all email addresses at all. So I have all ports open except 465, apparently the SSL port won't open regardless and I might have to talk to my ISP about that specific port, but 25 is open. I have it all set to normal ports for the emails. I used an email tester site and it all goes through until it checks the email alias.

This is what I get on mailtester.com

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Who here knows how to get through this on Mountain Lion?

EDIT

Okay, I can send, but I can't receive.

Edited by Mr.XXIV

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I have never used roundcube - I see postfix mentioned and I know this very well. What do the log files say?

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I have never used roundcube - I see postfix mentioned and I know this very well. What do the log files say?

Roundcube is an amazing piece of webmail, optional to use of course since it's all in the server.

Don't worry broski, I managed to get it all working after seeing some posts on the Apple forums. Heck, even the catch-all works because I also needed to install Workgroups Manager to add @<yourdomain>.com to your alias list for your account.

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That is awesome news - enjoy :)

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