Google Cloud Tutorial 2 - How to setup SMTP mail server - PART 1

Google Cloud Tutorial 2 – How to setup SMTP mail server – PART 1



In this tutorial, I show how to setup mail server on Google Cloud platform using package called iRedMail.

In part 1 of this tutorial, I will show how to setup:
– Mail server
– DNS records
– Open firewall rules
– Connect to mail server

Part 2 will include how to:
– Setup relay server using SendGrid
– Disable grey list that might block important incoming mails
– Something more?

My pronouncing is very bad, so I chose to use text2speech, let me know in comments was it good or bad!

Also let me know in comments what kind of tutorial you would like to see.

Links:

iRedMail documentation:

iRedMail download:

iRedMail DNS documentation:

20 thoughts on “Google Cloud Tutorial 2 – How to setup SMTP mail server – PART 1

  1. I have no time to do videos at the moment, dont wait for part 2 for a long time. In part 2 I was planning to show how to setup relay server (needed for outgoing mails) here is iredmail documentation about setting relay. https://docs.iredmail.org/relayhost.html

  2. Port 25 is blocked by default in GCP, and this simply won't work, here is some options you can try https://cloud.google.com/compute/docs/tutorials/sending-mail

  3. Doesn't work.

    Did you need to register/transfer your domain to Google Domains (I had to create records in Cloud DNS, but the domain is not registered/authorized there, so it's illogical for it to be used and working for IMAP)

  4. I created 2525 incoming+outgoing port but cyberpanel says connection refused because of routes. Is there any needed route settings? Please help me. I dont want to use 3rd party service until i couldnt set on google cloud.

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