SquirrelMail can use a database backend like MySQL to store address books and preferences. This article describes how to configure SquirrelMail to use a MySQL address book.

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This article describes how to use a text file or static db file as the source for user accounts in Postfix and Dovecot. This is suitable for very simple mail account requirements. For larger implementations, check out the MySQL virtual accounts or Active Directory/LDAP virtual accounts.

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These are the collection of SquirrelMail howtos available on this site.

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This article describes how to configure Postfix to restrict mails from a sender, to a recipient, or both.

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This article describes how to use MailScanner to add a disclaimer message to outgoing mails in Postfix. Make sure MailScanner is integrated into Postfix and tested to be working.

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Backing up your mailboxes is a simple as copying your mailbox folder. This article describes how to backup and restore your Postfix mailboxes using the tar command.

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To improve security or offload services like virus and spam checking, you may want to implement an SMTP gateway. This article describes how to configure Postfix as an SMTP gateway.

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Postfix can be configured to prevent email senders from using an email address that does not belong to them. This article describes how to configure the sender restriction in Postfix to prevent senders from spoofing email addresses.

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This article describes how to configure Postfix and Dovecot to use SSL/TLS to encrypt communication. Before you begin, generate an SSL certificate.

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To use SSL or TLS to encrypt SMTP, POP3, IMAP or HTTP connections requires an SSL certificate. This article describes how to generate your own self signed SSL certificate. A self signed certificate will not cost you any money, but the certificate will not be automatically accepted as trusted by the email client or web browser.

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