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 No.117

Self Hosted Email General

Who else here self hosts?

Why self host email?
Email is a very valuable source of information for yourself and others. Storing you're email and services on a self hosted machine reduces the ability of others to access and monitor your conversations, we can make sure all communication are encrypted, not just take the word of the host. We can also ensure the security and manageability of our backups and choose our own software to do mail delivery.

Linux Software
All In One

Citadel
docker-mailserver
iRedMail
Mailcow
Mail-in-a-Box
Modoboa

SMTP Servers

Courier
MTAExim
Haraka
MailCatcher
Maildrop
MailHog
OpenSMTPD
Postfix
Qmail
Sendmail
Slimta

Delivery Agents

Cyrus IMAP/POP3
Dovecot
Piler

Webmail clients

Cypht
Mailpile
RainLoop
Roundcube
SquirrelMail
WebMail Lite

Addons

spamassassin
ClamAV

 No.118

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>>117
Personally using postfix with dovecot as the mail agent, on an Arch Linux server,

In 3 years I have had no problems outside of power outages, is been a fantastic setup, now hosting another person off it. Doing backups with Duplicity. All sitting on a BTRFS volume.

Highly recommend it! I have no worries about my data being indexed, and the encryption perfect :)

 No.119

>>118
Is it hosted locally or on a VPS, if locally do you just use your home IP address or do you get a static IP from your ISP?

 No.120

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>>119
Locally, the server is sitting in the room next to me.

I have a beefy internet link with a static IP both v4 and v6.

I avoid VPS's or offsite servers for live personal data.

 No.122

Oh. I would if I could.
I mentioned on another board that Comcast blocks the ports required.
What do you guys do? I want to be able to physically touch and own the mailserver, but I can't run one here.

 No.123

>>122
I had that problem, I ended up proxying the connection. The VPS at that point was simply a bounce point, for my home server for email.

Hits the VPS on port 25, VPS forwards the connection to my home IP on port 5678, server and client establish a SSL connection using comodo signed cert so if the VPS is compromised who cares?

 No.124

>>123
Ahh, this makes sense. I suppose I can try that, but with letsencrypt instead.
Thank you for the idea!

 No.125

>>124
You could use socat, or IP Tables with NAT, ultimately its for you to figure out.

Socats easy, but tbh probs soykaf even with service monitoring.

I used IP Tables like this
https://rachelbythebay.com/w/2011/12/24/sneakytunnel/



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