Linux domain and mail server

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Can a Linux server be configured in a way that it can be a domain controller? Once the Linux server is configured as a Mail Server, can client computer using Outlook 2003 recieve and send e- mails? If yes how is it done?
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soccer wrote:
Hello all,

Can a Linux server be configured in a way that it can be a domain controller? Once the Linux server is configured as a Mail Server, can client computer using Outlook 2003 recieve and send e- mails? If yes how is it done?
Thank you for any feedback.


First at all you need to have static IP for something like that. Then you must get some domain (like smtp.yourserv.com) for SMTP and for POP3 (like mail.yourserv.com). So yeah it is possible.

About domains. You need to make 2 subdomain as I said up there. That you need to set them to your IP and port of SMTP and POP3. Everything else is a choice of configurating.

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