Follow this link for information about configuring domains.
Follow this link for information about configuring users.
List of Mobile Device which succesfully connect to QmailToaster with SMTP-Auth and Submission Port
List of Wapmail for mobile users with GPRS and Wap Browser Handphone
The majority of the configuration files are located in the /var/qmail/control directory.
man qmail-control excerpt:
You can change the behavior of the qmail system by modifying qmail's control files in /var/qmail/control.
qmail [but not Qmail-Toaster] can survive with just one control file, me, containing the fully-qualified name of the current host. This file is used as the default for other hostname-related control files.
Comments are allowed in badhelo, badmailfrom, badmailfromnorelay, badmailto, badmailtonorelay, locals, percenthack, qmqpservers, rcpthosts, smtproutes, and virtualdomains. Trailing spaces and tabs are allowed in any [qmail] control file.
Table of Control Files organized alphabetically with default values, included with Qmail-Toaster, and used by information.
Links to Control File descriptions organized by module.
Domain Name Server
The Linux Cookbook (O'Reilly) by Carla Schroder has very good recipes for setting up a DNS server. Caching, public and private servers for both bind and djbdns are covered. You can also read it online here.
A very nice tutorial for bind can be found here.
To install a bind caching name server, you can follow these steps. Note: This was done on CentOS 5.4 x86_64, so YMMV.
Do this all as root.
- Install caching name-server
- # yum -y install bind caching-nameserver
- Set named up to run after reboot. And start named
- # chkconfig named on
- # service named start
- Edit /etc/resolv.conf and add the following above other entries
- nameserver 127.0.0.1
- # dig qmailtoaster.com | grep "^;; SERVER"
- If you get ";; SERVER: 127.0.0.1#53(127.0.0.1)" then you're good to go.
A very nice tutorial for djbdns can be found here.
Follow this link for information about how to redirect email to different addresses.