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E-Mail / Junk Mail Folder
« on: March 14, 2019, 12:37:53 PM »
I have my email server setup correctly and everything works but I noticed in Roundcube, I don't have a junk mail folder nor do I get any junk/spam mail. Anyone know how to set the mail server to send junk/spam to a roundcube folder?

I'm asking because some people have been sending me email and I am not getting it.

Hotmail - I can send and receive from/toGmail - I can send and receive from/toYahoo - I can send and receive from/to
 Application Version 
  •   Apache version: Apache/2.4.34 
  •   PHP version: 7.2.10 
  •   MySQL version: 10.1.37-MariaDB 
  •   FTP version: 1.0.30 
    System Info
  •   CPU Model:   Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU E3-1240 v3 @ 3.40GHz 
  •   CPU Details: 4 Core (3400 MHz)
  •   Distro Name: CentOS release 6.10 (Final) 
  •   Kernel Version: 2.6.32-042stab120.11 
  •   Platform: x86_64 [openvz]
Postfix mail server

Postfix / (ERROR: You don't have a valid hostname set!)
« on: April 01, 2018, 10:34:17 PM »
Your Hostname is: localhost.localdomain and it resolves to IP: (ERROR: You don't have a valid hostname set!)
 rDNS/PTR = FAILED, check with your hosting provider! FAILED

rDNS/PTR check for IP addr: = not found!


Current Settings in Postfix:
mydomain = (NOT REAL HOSTNAME) myhostname = (NOT REAL HOSTNAME)

And from the main page:

  • Server IP: ***.***.***.** |
  •   Shared IP: ***.***.***.*** [Change]
  •   Hostname: [Change]
  • Server IP: ***.***.***.*** |
  •   Shared IP: ***.***.***.*** [Change]
  •   Hostname: [Change]
 My server provider has already changed my rDNS, I should not be getting that error.

E-Mail / SSL and Roundcube
« on: December 14, 2017, 05:16:21 AM »
By default (on my system), roundcube uses port 2095, which is not ssl secured. When I change the port in my browser to 2096 it is. I found this in

ProxyPass /webmail/  http://localhost:2095/
ProxyPassReverse /webmail/ http://localhost:2095/

Can I change this to:

ProxyPass /webmail/  https://localhost:2096/
ProxyPassReverse /webmail/ https://localhost:2096/

and not break anything?

SSL / Certificate name mismatch
« on: December 03, 2017, 06:49:16 PM »
SSL Server Test results in this error:

 Certificate name mismatch
 Click here to ignore the mismatch and proceed with the tests   Try these other domain names (extracted from the certificates):
   What does this mean?
We were able to retrieve a certificate for this site, but the domain names listed in it do not match the domain name you requested us to inspect. It's possible that:
  • The web site does not use SSL, but shares an IP address with some other site that does.
  • The web site no longer exists, yet the domain name still points to the old IP address, where some other site is now hosted.
  • The web site uses a content delivery network (CDN) that does not support SSL.
  • The domain name is an alias for a web site whose main name is different, but the alias was not included in the certificate by mistake.
The "Node" is the hostname of my site. Any ideas where I should start. I have another domain with SSL that works on the same server.

SSL / Connection Not Secure
« on: March 03, 2017, 04:27:03 PM »
I'm having this issue with Letsencrypt and how I connect to my centos control panel. I've installed certs for my domains and they work with no issues. When I first installed the cert for the control panel, it worked without issues. When I logged in the other day, Firefox game me the "BS" connection not secure error message informing me that, "This website does not supply ownership information".

I'm confused on how the cert can work fine one day and give that error message the next.

I haven't changed anything with the server or certs and I'm running Centos 6.8.

Apache version: Apache/2.2.27
CWPpro version:

Any advice?

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