Tag Archives: Webmin Virtualmin

First create a user account (or use a builtin account):
Virtualmin>Edit users:
Add a user:
Email address: [email protected]
POP3 login username is automatically chosen for you. Set the password.
You can test mail sending by logging in at the webmail interface at https://gody.com:20000/?mail

Next add a mail server record:
Webmin>Servers>Bind DNS Servers>
Choose your domain by clicking on it:
Name is the website name typically.
Eg: I want to send mail to [email protected], fill in the following details:
Name gody.com
Mail Server: mail.gody.com
TTL: Default
Priority: 5

Now go to your DNS registrar (Eg Cloudflare) and setup the following records:
Add an MX record.
Name: gody.com
Value: mail.gody.com
TTL 2 minutes

Now test your settings in a POP3 program like Outlook:
Account type: POP3
Incoming mail server: mail.gody.com
Outgoing mail server: mail.gody.com
Username: joel.gody
Password: What you chose.

I received the following error from Webmin (Virtualmin) when creating a new virtual server

The solution is to add the following:

virtual_alias_maps = hash:/etc/postfix/virtual

to /etc/postfix/main.cf

Next error:

The Apache webserver does not appear to be installed on your system, or has not yet been set up properly in Webmin's Apache Webserver module. If your system does not use Apache, it should be disabled in Virtualmin's module configuration page.

Just visit https://domain:10000/apache/

and install apache

Suexec is enabled in the default template, but the Apache module mod_suexec is not installed or not enabled.

 

apt-get install apache2-suexec