In the long overdue part two of the OpenSMTPD configuration article, I’m going to focus on the configuration of the Backup MX servers.
I’ve just upgraded a few of my VMs to OpenBSD 5.9 from 5.8. For the most part the migration went very smoothly, and I was able to run it over a very slow satellite link with an actual downtime per VM not exceeding 10-15 minutes, by which time all services were back up and running. […]
Recently I have been on somewhat of a quest to bring as many of my Virtual Machines and servers to a current version of the Operating System as possible, and one of those servers is a small OpenBSD Virtual Machine used as a Database server for various web services. The challenge I faced was how […]
I have been running my own email server for as long as I remember. I guess I don’t like to rely on third parties for my email, so options like Google’s GMail or Apple’s iCloud are really not for me. I have recently migrated my email from an old system to a new one, and […]