I need a Linux email expert to set up and teach me how to set up an email server to be used by multiple machines. Here's our setup:
We have a front end machine running Ubuntu where we host our online VoIP service website. We have our SSL certificates installed there. Emails sent from that machine from our domain generally arrive with no problem (they are not marked as spam).
We have our VoIP servers that also will send out emails. We can send a mail using our domain, but they almost always go to spam.
We need to configure our VoIP servers to either route through the front end machine (with the certificate) or set up the certificate on the other servers so that we can reliably deliver email. At least, this is what I think we need to do. Read on!
I'm sure this is an easy problem to solve, but I've never done this before. Your job will be to implement this on the front end server and one of the VoIP servers. We will do it together with a desktop share through either Skype or Teamviewer. I'll drive and you'll direct. That's fine if you need to take some time to look around to understand how we're set up. You are also welcome to make your own suggestions on how to solve this problem.
Skills required: Email server setup, Linux, excellent spoken/written English
7 freelancers are bidding on average $79 for this job
Can help you, this can be simply done on VoIP servers - they will use Ubuntu as relay host, and configure Ubuntu accept this mal. But need more info, espessially what you mean in words "machine (with the certificate)".