Question about Dell V313w AllInOne InkJet Printer
Hi, I'm attempting to get my Linux Mint OS to recognize a network printer that's already been configured. As far as I can tell at this point, I need the ppd file for this printer, but I have yet to find it. Where can I find this file? Thanks, Chris
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: My E-Mail Server is down
the solution i will be posting assumes you already have postfix installed in the new machine and that your new postfix server is able to relay mails. Old configurations has been copied/transported to the new server ( and the only remaining task is to move all the mails to the new postfix server.
copy /home (your maildir) to your new server - check your postfix configuration to verify your maildir
also make sure you have copied
to your new mail server ( these are your mail related files)
Note: This is assuming you have identical setup you have with your old email server. double check your postfix configuaration before proceeding.
Posted on Oct 22, 2008
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