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nixbld: end mailserver experiment

This was going well, until some assholes at Gmail decided to block our IP address and as usual PCCW are useless when it
comes to changing to a whitelisted IP.

https://support.google.com/mail/answer/10336?p=NotAuthorizedError

Fuck Google.
Fuck PCCW.
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Sebastien Bourdeauducq 2 months ago
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      nixbld-etc-nixos/configuration.nix

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nixbld-etc-nixos/configuration.nix

@ -16,10 +16,6 @@ in
[
./hardware-configuration.nix
./backup-module.nix
(builtins.fetchTarball {
url = "https://gitlab.com/simple-nixos-mailserver/nixos-mailserver/-/archive/90e8c150a02d4a5108f1f1e5cb7bab2cb1eb4baf/nixos-mailserver-nixos.tar.gz";
sha256 = "0xywkr125m9n0iax62bcn7x754clcs1jrl0f9l767yjy6g3qws92";
})
];
# Use the systemd-boot EFI boot loader.
@ -709,18 +705,6 @@ in
};
services.jitsi-videobridge.openFirewall = true;
mailserver = {
enable = true;
localDnsResolver = false; # conflicts with dnsmasq
# Some mail servers do reverse DNS lookups to filter spam.
# Getting a proper reverse DNS record from ISP is difficult, so use whatever already exists.
fqdn = "42-200-147-171.static.imsbiz.com";
domains = [ "nmigen.org" ];
loginAccounts = (import /etc/nixos/secret/email_accounts.nix);
certificateScheme = 3;
};
security.acme.certs."${config.mailserver.fqdn}".extraDomainNames = [ "mail.nmigen.org" ];
# This value determines the NixOS release with which your system is to be
# compatible, in order to avoid breaking some software such as database
# servers. You should change this only after NixOS release notes say you

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