Can send Mail But can't receive?

I just disabled it.

But now:

RainLoop Webmail cannot access to the data folder “/usr/local/lscp/cyberpanel/rainloop/data/”

Before to ask here… i do this:



Try to upgrade first

cd /usr/local/lscp/cyberpanel
chown -R lscpd:lscpd rainloop

Thanks for your answer
Already did all that… and still

Permission denied!

RainLoop Webmail cannot access to the data folder “/usr/local/lscp/cyberpanel/rainloop/data/”

I just run this:

cd /usr/local/lscp/cyberpanel/rainloop
chown -R nobody:nobody data

and it opens now!
and now… with “email policy server” disabled… i can send emails without error!! :wink:

Apparently the data folder needs nobody as user.

Then. we can´t use the email policy server ? (looks good ;(

Thanks for your help


are you on CyberPanel with OpenLiteSpeed? That need nobody user ent need lscpd.


Cyberpanel with OpenLiteSpeed, installed in centos 7.5 minimal.
It works fine now with user nobody :wink:

Anyway… we can´t use the email policy server? apparently is very useful

Your panel lloks nice and working fine until now :wink:


Email policy server is in beta if you want me to debug please open a ticket. So you can enable email policy server and when it stops working do update on the ticket.

hello cyber family
i can not send mail and i can not receive ‘’ i hope is not something i will be contacting aws to open the outbound and inbound rule ?
i was believing there’s is a problem to fix and it might not be from aws support team

Usually aws blocks email ports. @virginhybrid78

When you send internal email, capture output of ‘journalctl -f | grep postfix’. .

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