Postings by Wolfgang Paul Rauchholz

lost connection after STARTTLS from localhost[]

Good day.

I am trying to get a webmail client up and running. It works fine w/o
security settings.

Relay access denied

All goolging has not helped. I hope to find here the solution.
Thanks in advance for your help.


* Background:
Getting error message: Relay access denied
The following command works fine: telenet localhost 25
The following command cretes above mentioned error message when entering
"rcpt to: email_address"

* Setup:
CENTOS 7.5 home server.

Can't connect to server / migrating to iptables

I run my mail server on CENTOS 7. The server is modem/router and as such has
two NICs; internal and external.
Since migrating to iptables, I cannot access the mail server anymore; nor
telnet, neither web client.
My webserver works just fine. I can't find an error message in
/var/log/maillog or /var/log/messages.

I'd appreciate if somebody could go through the lines underneath and tell me
if I am missing a port or has some other idea why this is not working.

I get error message underneath. I googled and tried to make some changes
but no luck.

[Thu Dec 14 13:49:10.312713 2017] [autoindex:error] [pid 16794] [client] AH01276: Cannot serve directory
/var/www/<mydomaim>/html/seeddms/: No matching DirectoryIndex
(index.html,index.php,index.php) found, and server-generated directory
index forbidden by Options directive

I have several services running w/o problems, e.g. piwigo. rainloop,
firefly-iii, emby media server. They are all located in

My setup:
CENTOS 7, httpd-2.4.6-67.el7.centos.6.x86_64.

client denied by server configuration: /var/www/html/roundcubemail/

I run apache version httpd-2.4.6-45.el7.centos.x86_64

The web server is up and running. I can access webmail (roundcube) and
photo galley (piwigo).
When uploading pictures I get above message which I find in

In roundcubemail, deleting emails sometimes I get he same message, but this
time it is in different file: in /var/log/httpd/ssl_error_log, being a
problem of the secure sockets layer?

Underneath part of the httpd.conf file.