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chasquid - SMTP (email) server
chasquid is an SMTP (email) server with a focus on simplicity, security, and ease of operation. It's written in Go, and distributed under the Apache license 2.0.
-config_dir dir configuration directory (default /etc/chasquid) -config_overrides config configuration values (in text protobuf format) to override the on-disk configuration with. This should only be needed in very specific cases for deployments where editing the configuration file is not feasible. -alsologtostderr also log to stderr, in addition to the file -logfile file file to log to (enables logtime) -logtime include the time when writing the log to stderr -logtosyslog tag log to syslog, with the given tag -v level verbosity level (1 = debug) -version show version and exit
The daemon's configuration is by default in /etc/chasquid/, and can be changed with the -config_dir flag. Inside that directory, the daemon expects the following structure: chasquid.conf Main config file, see chasquid.conf(5). domains/ Per-domain configuration. domains/example.com/ Domain-specific configuration. Can be empty. domains/example.com/users User and password database for this domain. domains/example.com/aliases Aliases for the domain. certs/ Certificates to use, one directory per pair. certs/mx.example.com/ Certificates for this domain. certs/mx.example.com/fullchain.pem Certificate (full chain). certs/mx.example.com/privkey.pem Private key. Note the certs/ directory layout matches the one from certbot(1) (client for Let's Encrypt CA), so you can just symlink certs/ to /etc/letsencrypt/live. Make sure the user you use to run chasquid under ("mail" in the example config) can access the certificates and private keys.
Main website <https://blitiri.com.ar/p/chasquid>. If you have any questions, comments or patches please send them to the mailing list, "firstname.lastname@example.org". To subscribe, send an email to "email@example.com".
chasquid-util(1), chasquid.conf(5) 2020-05-16 chasquid(1)