Setup a Mail Server on Linux

Setup a Mail Server on Linux

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Setup a Mail Server on Linux

Setup a Mail Server on Linux

Overview:

Setting up Linux mail server and SMTP (Simple Mail Transfer Protocol) is essential if you want to use email, so in this workshop we will learn how to install, discover, configure and test an integrated open source email system.

Workshop Outlines:

iRedmail components

Installation

Most common configuration scenarios

Troubleshooting

 

Workshop Objectives:

 

Upon completed this workshop you will be able to Discover, install and getting familiar with an open-source email system.

Audience:

Linux system administrators

Prerequisites:

Basic knowledge of email protocols.

Basic knowledge in Linux (Installation, File management, process and service management, user management and firewall). RHCSA level knowledge is preferred.

Instructor:

Eng. Omar Dehneh

B.Sc. in Telecom Engineering, ENST (Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Télécommunications) Paris, France.

RedHat Certified Engineer (RHCE)

Building Cisco Switched Networks (BCSN)

Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA)

Great Experience in the following fields:

Linux distributions: RHEL, CentOS and Ubuntu.

Software under Linux: Examples: Radiator, Freeradius , Postfix, Dovecot, Qmail, and Apache.

Web Caching systems: ARA J5K and Squid.

Virtualization: VMWare vSphere, Virtuozzo and XenSource.

Security: Network and Web Applications Firewalls.

Networking: Cisco networking equipment, traffic monitoring and analysis tools, load balancers and bandwidth management.

Basic skills in: MySQL, Oracle and web programming.

Windows OS: Windows 2000 and 2003 server versions

Telecommunications: E1 and STM-1 multiplexers, PBXs

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