Taking e-mail back, part 2: Arming your server with Postfix and Dovecot

By the end of part 1, we had purchased a domain name, set up a basic server, and done a bare-bones installation of Postfix and Dovecot. Here in part 2, we’ve got three primary tasks: Acquire and install an SSL/TLS certificate for our mail server; Perform some basic Postfix configuration so that it can function as an MTA and work with Dovecot; Perform some basic Dovecot configuration, including setting up three virtual users and their mail directories. Let’s get started.
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Using mount –bind To Move The Website And Email Directory Of a ISPConfig 3 Server To a New Directory

Use mount –bind To Move The Website And Email Directory Of a ISPConfig 3 Server To a New Directory

In the following guide, I will explain the procedure on how to move the email and website directory of a ISPConfig 3 installation to a new partition. This might become handy when your current partition runs out of space.

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Aqua Mail Pro Beats Native Android Email Hands Down

If you’ve been thinking that there must be a better way to handle email than the email client supplied natively in Android, I bring good news: There is, and it’s called “Aqua Mail.” As things are right now, my on-device solutions are a bit of a mess. I have my Gmail-produced work emails appearing in the Gmail client, while my personal, custom-domain email is housed in the Android-native client.
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Top Email Encryption Tools

Protecting email from unauthorized access and inspection is important particularly because the protocols that govern email do not include encryption. Email was not designed with any privacy or security in mind. The consequence of the lack of security is that email can be compromised on the sender’s device, on a network, on a server, and on the recipient’s device.
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