Assuming that your ISP will create PTR record for you and does not block port 25 (
since version 0.40 that is not the case ), has anyone tried running MIAB on the new version (4) of Raspberry Pi from home?
Looking at the Ubuntu website there is Server Version 18.04.5 with 64-bit available for both v3 and v4 of RPi
Interesting topic on the subject:
Yeah, I know, you don’t think it’ll work and don’t support it:
[Can I run my Mail-in-a-Box at home?]
No. Computers on most residential networks are blocked from sending mail both on the sending end (e.g. your ISP blocking port 25) and on the receiving end (by blacklists because residential computers are all too often hijacked to send spam. Your home IP address is also probably dynamic and lacks configurable “reverse DNS.” If any of these apply to you, you’ll need to use a virtual machine in t…
I tried to install mailinabox on a raspi3, with proper DNS config.
Everything went well until the daemon’s installation. It wrote this :
Installing Z-Push (Exchange/ActiveSync server)…
Installing Mail-in-a-Box system management daemon…
FAILED: /usr/local/lib/mailinabox/env/bin/pip install --upgrade rtyaml email_validator>=1.0.0 exclusiveprocess flask dnspython python-dateutil idna>=2.0.0 cryptography==2.2.2 boto psutil postfix-mta-sts-resolver
seems like offtopic, but jfyi: i’m successfully running miab on intel computestick w/128gb sd card from home - nice solution when you need low-wattage and tiny-sized server.
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