Configuring a linux mail server

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How do I configure a Linux mail server with Exchange? 

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Configuring a linux mail server

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You can configure your Linux mail server such as sendmail. Just follow the process here I given below-

At first try to setting the line which starts with "DS" to the name of your windows exchange server. From this-

Code- DS to Code- [email protected]

Now you have to run this command, then you will see the change of outputs like this-

localhost:/:$ grep ^DS /etc/sendmail.cf

DShostname.domain.com

localhost:/:$

In this step, you must have to try a single mail command like this-

mailx -s "subject" [email protected] << /dev/null

 Now you are done.

For other way to resolved you can also visit the site here I suggest you.

serverfault.com/…/linux-clients-for-exchange-email-and-calendar

nixcraft.com/mail-servers/13144-configuring-linux-sendmail-server-

http://www.walkernews.net/2010/05/18/how-to-configure-sendmail-to-relay-email-to-exchange-server/.

Thanks a lot.

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Configuring a linux mail server

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Some of the well-established pieces of Microsoft technology that most enterprises use are Microsoft Exchange Server, and Microsoft Office Outlook. It's often a bit of a project to migrate away from them and the scope of the migration is what makes it difficult.

To that end, some organizations choose to take a gradual approach. Start by migrating the clients, leave the server as-is for the time being and then migrate the server once people are used to the new front-end. This requires some understanding of how to get specific Linux mail clients to talk to Exchange, as each one poses its own particular issues.

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