hey. gotta love yunohost. been using it for a good while now to run my cluster of gaming/hosting servers. my staff all love the SSO stuff too instead of having like 50 logins for everything we need to get done…
anyway… latest update seems to have broke my email install. i’m not sure how or why but i have a “Temporary Lookup Error” and i’m not sure waht that means, where to look, or how to go about solving it. Let me know what i need to post to help you help me. i dont know what to share… but here’s some things i’ve tried:
used the command “sudo newaliases” [not sure what it does but the people on the postfix forum told me to use it. didn’t work and they said to check if /etc/aliases was correct. here’s the entire file… not sure what its supposed to have in it:
See man 5 aliases for format
then theres making sure nslookup my.domain.tld goes through, which it does… all well and good. [my domain is mothnet.xyz and i have all the DNS MX entries correct as its been working until the update.]
and thats about all i’ve tried. haven’t gotten much help so i’m here. some more info: install has been stable for a while. i have nextcloud, pufferpanel, gitlab, and some other “level 8” fully integrated apps installed nothing i installed in or around the time this started happening. i set the server up and its been pretty stable ever since. only noticed the error when adding another alias to my account so that i’d get specific emails sent to me… like email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org for our minecraft server support email… email@example.com and so on so we would have an easy to remember email system… and when some other staff takes charge of a game server/clan we run, the alias would be then removed and given as an alias to them and we wouldn’t have to change anything on the front end. worked perfectly up until adding in the newest “warframe” alias… which was right after updating.
anyway, any help at all would be amazing. let me know what i’d need to post on pastebin and i’ll post it!