Once again thanks for the info, I think I'll have to send a gift from my
country after so much trouble.
I could successfully send encrypted email, decrypt using the certificate
also pre-loaded in thunderbird.
Now the question I have is this, loading the certificates in the mail
clients in order to decrypt the e-mail? djigzo frontend or have any way to
decrypt the e-mail.
In short, I have my user(a)domain.com that connects to smtp frontend djigzo
and thesame when I send an e-mail arrives encrypted perfect, now would have
to decrypt the same e-mail or I have to do some extra configuration in the
The idea is not to deal with all users and upload the certificate to each
mail client, I hope you understand my idea. :D
Thank you so much for all the information and time given :)
After performing several tests to achieve the e-mails are not queued and are
successfully delivered through the gateway of djigzo.
the only problem that I found is when after creating the certificate and
import it into thunderbird, wanting to send an encrypted email
I get the following legend:
*Sending of message failed.*
*You specified encryption for this message, but the application failed to
find an encryption certificate for djigzo(a)khutech.com.ar*
Once I deeply appreciate all the information provided, but I would
like to another
query, since I still can send e-mails to the mail account I enclose the
values I have set at the front-end.
*Domain khutech IPs*
*Djigzo Admin (MTA Config)*
Relay Domains: khutech.com.ar
My Networks: private ip of djigzo front-end (192.168.30.54)
My Hostname: host.djigzo.com
External Relay Host: 188.8.131.52
Internal Relay Host: 184.108.40.206
5FA51403FC Deferred 1627 Fri May 27 11:36:42 info(a)khutech.com.ar
cbazan(a)khutech.com.ar (connect to 220.127.116.11[18.104.22.168]:25:
Connection timed out)
*Djigzo Frontend Log*
May 27 11:36:18 djigzo postfix/smtpd: F3458403F7:
May 27 11:36:18 djigzo postfix/cleanup: F3458403F7:
May 27 11:36:19 djigzo postfix/qmgr: F3458403F7: from=<
info(a)khutech.com.ar>, size=2080, nrcpt=1 (queue active)
May 27 11:36:40 djigzo postfix/smtp: F3458403F7: to=<
cbazan(a)khutech.com.ar>, relay=none, delay=21, delays=0/0.02/21/0, dsn=4.4.1,
status=deferred (connect to 22.214.171.124[126.96.36.199]:25: Connection
May 27 11:36:19 djigzo postfix/smtpd: disconnect from
May 27 11:36:40 djigzo postfix/smtp: connect to
188.8.131.52[184.108.40.206]:25: Connection timed out
Install the virtual gateway appliance djigzo, the idea is to test mine with
a valid domain that I have set, which would have to do is to register my
domain user on the frontend djigzo eg user(a)domain.com , Register the
domain.com up there all perfect, now comes the part of MTA Config in My
networks would have to make my domain.com SMTP right?
With that configuration, and could be tested via telnet connected to the ip
and there djigzo send an email to user(a)domain.com where djigzo would make
gateway and communicates with my domain.com SMTP to deliver mail to user @
Thank you very much for your help.
I apologize for taking your time on this issue that, as it turns out, was
only an issue with the unsuitableness of VMWare Player as a test
environment. I only sought to TEST using VMWare Player, and once tested
had planned to -- and still plan to -- spin up a dedicated box.
In any case, I learned a lot here. I can't thank you all enough for your
help. Thanks again, Martijn and Andreas.
Very best regards -- and until next time ;)
>VMware player is not really suited for server based applications. If you
>want to use the Virtual Appliance it's better to use the ESX or Hyper-V
>version. Or, install it on a dedicated Linux box.
>That said, it's possible to use VirtualBox with the Virtual Appliance
>for VMware player. See Appendix A of the Djigzo Virtual Appliance guide.
>I have copied the relevant section:
>1) Open the Virtual Media Manager (File -> Virtual Media Manager) and
>press Add to add an existing medium.
>2) Select a hard disk image file. Select the Virtual Appliance .vmdk
>file and close the dialog.
>3) Create a new Virtual Machine. Use Operating system Linux and version
>4) Set base memory >= 640 MB.
>5) Select the .vmdk hard disk created in step 2.
>6) Make sure the network is set to: Attached to: Host Interface.
>7) Enable the advanced option PAE/NX.
>You can now start-up the Virtual Appliance.
It's WORKING, sort of.
I have no experience with VMWare player up until yesterday. I normally use
VirtualBox for VMs.
This morning I downloaded a VM appliance from VMWare that contains CentOS
and Firefox and noticed its VMWare setting for Network Adapter was "NAT".
It worked great -- could access the internet with no problem.
The Network Adapter setting on the djigzo VM was "Bridged", not NAT. This
is contrary to my experience with VirtualBox where I would always use the
So the problem was with the Network Adapter setting.
The problem NOW is that I can only access the djigzo from the VM's host
computer. In the NAT mode, djigzo was assigned 192.168.153.129 and my
network is 192.168.168.xxx.
Perhaps I will just scrap the VM idea and install djigzo on its own Linux
>Looks good and as you said works inside your home network? You can
>ping the internal interface of the router but it don't let you out. So
>you have to check what happens on the router. Do you have to
>"whitelist" devices which are allowed to connect to the internet?
I'm currently letting my router assign the djigzo an IP address from DHCP.
If I assign it manually I would do this, but I need help filling in the
last two items.
Config > Network...
network: [what goes in here?]
broadcast: [what goes in here?]
Pinging 220.127.116.11 from host machine and all machines in my office
Pinging 18.104.22.168 from djigzo fails.
Could this be a VMWare Player issue? I have the latest version.
>Looks fine. Now try to ping 22.214.171.124 (your first DNS server).
>If it does not work, try to ping from your base OS outside the VM.
>If it does work you should be able to do DNS lookups and Djigzo should
>start working like expected.
>> route -n command shows
>> Destination | Gateway | Genmask
>> 126.96.36.199 | 0.0.0.0 | 255.255.255.0
>> 0.0.0.0 | 192.168.168.1 | 0.0.0.0
>> My router is at 192.168.168.1 and I can successfully ping it from
Yes. Typo. Too much coffee this morning. The correct entry is
>It might be a typo in the email but the first IP address is
>"188.8.131.52". Are you sure this is correct? should 162 not be 192?
route -n command shows
Destination | Gateway | Genmask
184.108.40.206 | 0.0.0.0 | 255.255.255.0
0.0.0.0 | 192.168.168.1 | 0.0.0.0
My router is at 192.168.168.1 and I can successfully ping it from djigzo.
>So we have some progress after all. What is the output of "route -n".
>It should show your standard gateway used for accessing the internet.
>This is the internal IP address of your router in most cases. Try to
>ping it and report what happens.
>> Everyone, I apologize for the confusion. The the computer I use to run
>> VM had gone to sleep overnight which was apparently causing some
>> I have rebooted everything now and here is the status:
>> From djigzo (running on the VM) the ifconfig looks fine.
>> I checked my firewall to assure I am not blocking outbound traffic on
>> IP of djigzo.
>> I can ping devices on my internal network.
>> I cannot ping anything on the internet (URLs or IPs).