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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?

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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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[quote name='tim_s' timestamp='1358297860' post='595456832']
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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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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