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Configuring an RHEL 6 Postfix Email Server

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Along with acting as a web server, email is one of the primary uses of a Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 based system, particularly in business environments. Given both the importance and popularity of email it is surprising to some people to find out how complex the email structure is on a Linux system and this complexity can often be a little overwhelming to the RHEL newcomer.
The good news is that much of the complexity is there to allow experienced email administrators to achieve complicated configurations for large scale enterprise installations. The fact is that for most Linux users it is relatively straight forward to set up a basic email system so that they can send and receive electronic mail.
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