I hit the Thunderbird’s self-signed problem once again and messed up with CP DNS too much, so I started with a fresh install, this time with Ubuntu 20.04 (AlmaLinux packages were too limited for my dev purposes)…
To not make a mess again, I need to ask:
From: [TUTORIAL] How to setup DNS configurations for CyberPanel
Also, there are known issues with mail configurations for any domains we add notable issues invalid DKIM signatures , Non-glued nameserver records , SSL issues with domains and mailserver
To solve this let’s use CloudFlare as our DNS manager
- Are the statement/bugs above still valid?
- I don’t use CloudFlare but my domain provider has a similar utility to manage the whole DNS records. Can I use it?
My configuration is as follows:
- Server domain: myserverdomain.net
- Panel: cp.myserverdomain.net
- I have some 5-6 other domains which will be hosted here, some will have subdomains and/or .org/.net counterparts to be handled.
- I will use the server for regular/daily mail, no bulk mailing. If I ever need to send e-zines etc, I’ll use an external service.
- All will need to go secure channels (https & TLS/SSL & SFTP), non-encyripted communication will not be allowed.
If the problems mentioned above still exist, can I do this with CP + registrar’s DNS tool?
Any known other problems?
Thank you in advance…