English | MP4 | AVC 1280×720 | AAC 48KHz 2ch | 0h 40m | 100 MB
Email is a core communication protocol. Every Linux system administrator needs to be familiar with the basics. This course teaches how to set up an email server for mail routing and delivery using the common packages Postfix and Dovecot. Learn how to install and configure these services and secure them against unauthorized use. Instructor Scott Simpson closes with a look at hosting a webmail service.
Note: The course covers objectives from the Service Configuration domain of the Linux Foundation Certified System Administrator (LFCS) certification exam. Completing this course and others in the related learning path will help administrators pass the LFCS exam.
2 Lab setup and course requirements
3 How email works
4 Installing and configuring Postfix for message delivery
5 Composing and sending mail locally
6 Relays and smart hosts
7 Securing SMTP
8 Installing and configuring Dovecot for mail access
9 Viewing and receiving email remotely
11 Next steps