Almost done with new server, was: SSL not working after unwanted server migratio
first of all, thanks again to everybody who helped, both on and off-list!
Right now, the original SSL problems seem all gone, and after turning
off ipv6 even gmail started to accept my email. Now I can connect with
mutt from home, access mailboxes over imaps, send email using ssl/tls
to any domain I have been able to try.
To get there, I had as I said to turn off ipv6, as shown in postconf
-n output below. Honestly, I have no idea if and what exactly I am
missing by not using ipv6, thanks in advance to whoever steps in to
In any case, I can say that the configuration below seems to be a
decent solution so far for running postfix 2.10 on Centos, for a small
number of users and domains, and without running any rdbms.
Next step is to figure out which between rainloop and roundcube is a
better/easier/safer webmail to set up.
General comments and/or tips on how to harden this, with stronger
ciphers or other stuff, are very welcome. Ditto for pointers to online
services to test if anything is OK wrt dkim, spf, dns, blacklists,
greylisting... (I DO know some of them, but not sure if they are the
most efficient). If anybody feels like receiving one email from that
server, just to confirm to me that everything is fine, please let me