How to Install iRedMail (Mail Server) on CentOS 7 / RHEL 7

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8 Responses

  1. Bruno Martins says:

    Only thing missing is:
    yum install bzip2 -y

    Cheers!

  2. taoufik says:

    thank you for your efforts but i have a problem when i wont to get to mail.nsitmail.com/iredadmin / i do not get the page of login that you’ve shown us.
    and thank you again

    • Try accessing it with your Server’s IP address. In case you want to access it with hostname or DNS name , then you have to update your system hosts file with entries something like below

      IP_Address_of_Server DNS_Or_Hostname

  3. Krishnaprasad says:

    Hi,

    Currently I have set the iredmail on local centos 7 server and its working fine. Now I have domain purchased. Now How can I configure the mail server for that domain. I have one static IP as well. But currently used that IP to different server.

    Also let me know if any IP forwarding required for that as currently that is running on local centos 7 server. Please help me to configure.

  4. Hi,

    Add a Domain in your iredmail server from admin panel and assign the public IP address to your server and add a firewall rule in such a way that if any request comes on 25 port on your public IP it should redirect the request to server’s local ip.

    From your Domain Panel, configure DNS records like A, PTR and MX.

  5. dilbir saggu says:

    after follow the process i got this one
    This site can’t be reached

    mail.musicout.com’s server DNS address could not be found.
    Try running Network Diagnostics.
    DNS_PROBE_FINISHED_NXDOMAIN

    please help me

  6. It seems like DNS records for your sever’s hostname ‘mail.musicout.com’ is configured properly. In your DNS server do A record entry of your mentioned hostname. In Case DNS server is not configured then do below entry in your system host file.

    IP_Address_of_Server mail.musicout.com

  7. Ricardo Tapia says:

    I currently install the iredmail on the local centos 7 server and it works fine. Now I have acquired domain. How can I configure the mail server for that domain. I have a static IP and it also publishes.

    I would also like to know how I could run it on the local centos 7 server. Please help me set it up.

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