Chapter 23. Common Postfix Problems

Sometimes, while using Postfix, problems occur. With the vast number of devices involved with communicating between hosts on the Internet, there's plenty of opportunity for things to go wrong. In addition to delivery problems, self-inflicted problems also occur. Mail administrators must often experiment with configuration options to get Postfix to work just right in their particular e-mail environment. Each new experimental configuration can produce interesting results that might need to be examined and altered.

When things do go wrong for whatever reason, it is good to have a plan on how to troubleshoot the problem. Postfix provides several good methods for troubleshooting. This chapter discusses some techniques ...

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