Mail hack, SSL setup, security issue.

tomy300
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Mail hack, SSL setup, security issue.

Postby tomy300 » Tue Feb 13, 2018 6:40 pm

Hello

First thank for this great product.

here my config :
- Windows server 2012 R2
- Using only one IP
- I use port 25 for Pop amd smtp port 4110
- I use CloudFlare as DNS server.
- Using mail.mydomain.com and use this for all other Incomming/Outgoing Smtp/Pop setting

I got some issue with mailenable, spoof issue localy from the same domain. I make sure to check "SMTP Authenticated senders must use address from their postoffice." also I make sure to check "Authorized connection can spoof sender addresses" and it's always happens
Authentication/Security type, I didn't check any of them,

I desactivate PTR Record Check, because some domain are not configured correcly and mailenable reject them, I received
complain from my customer about this. I know that it's the best method but I can't ask other legit domain to setup their PTR..
seem that not everyone use this.

Question : It's there a way to backup mailenable domain's setting and options, so if I make some test I could rollback to the default setting. ?
Question : It is possible to install SSL for one domain only and leave other intact ? I can install certificate in IIS and probaly use it in ME, one of my client want SSL for their email, Do I need to buy certificate for this or I can use makecert for Maileneable. I don't want my client have any popup because it's selfmade certificate. I need to make another MX in CF I thing for this particuliar client or there's a setting in ME for this?

here some shot of my mailenable setting

Smtp properties
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Smtp Outbound
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Smtp Inbound
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Smtp Delivery
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Pop General properties
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Pop Advanced properties
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Relay properties
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SmartHost
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Note that my ip in the shot have been erease by me.

thanks and pardon my english.

Have a good day.

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