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Bob Mottram 4 years ago
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@ -66,6 +66,10 @@ Under *Sending Mail* select *local* or if you need to proxy outgoing email throu
Under *Receiving files* select *IMAP*, the domain as *localhost*, port *143*, your username and password, then click *Next*. Astute readers may well be concerned that IMAP over port 143 is not encrypted, but since this is only via localhost communication between the Mail Transport Agent and Mailpile doesn't travel over the internet and port 143 is not opened on the firewall so it's not possible to accidentally connect an external mail client insecurely.
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Under *Security and Privacy* either select your existing encryption key or if you only get the option to create a new one then do so, then click *Add* or *Save*.
The process of importing your email should then occur, and can take some time.

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@ -259,9 +259,9 @@ An advantage of this type of webmail is that it keeps your GPG keys off of an
One down side is that this appears to be a single user system, so if you have multiple users on your Freedombone server only the administrator will actually be able to use mailpile.
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<h2 id="orgb258225">Installation</h2>
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<h2 id="org87b8219">Installation</h2>
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Log into your system with:
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<h2 id="orge68fae6">Initial setup</h2>
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<h2 id="orgcb63769">Initial setup</h2>
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If you have just obtained a Lets Encrypt certificate as above then go to <b>About</b> on the administrator control panel and you should see your Mailpile domain listed there along with an onion address. You can then navigate to your site in a browser.
</p>
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Under <b>Receiving files</b> select <b>IMAP</b>, the domain as <b>localhost</b>, port <b>143</b>, your username and password, then click <b>Next</b>. Astute readers may well be concerned that IMAP over port 143 is not encrypted, but since this is only via localhost communication between the Mail Transport Agent and Mailpile doesn't travel over the internet and port 143 is not opened on the firewall so it's not possible to accidentally connect an external mail client insecurely.
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<p><img src="images/mailpile_setup_keys.jpg" alt="mailpile_setup_keys.jpg" />
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Under <b>Security and Privacy</b> either select your existing encryption key or if you only get the option to create a new one then do so, then click <b>Add</b> or <b>Save</b>.
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