I have tried to install this app. Unfortunately it fails. Here follows the error:
root@syncloud:~# sudo snap install mail
error: cannot perform the following tasks:
- Start snap "mail" (239) services ([start snap.mail.php-fpm.service snap.mail.o pendkim.service snap.mail.nginx.service snap.mail.postfix.service snap.mail.dove cot.service snap.mail.postgresql.service] failed with exit status 1: Job for sna p.mail.postfix.service failed because the control process exited with error code .
See "systemctl status snap.mail.postfix.service" and "journalctl -xe" for detail s.
I’m running an Odroid HC4 with :
no, I suppose that I got it installed as a dependency during some manual installation. During the last few months I have tried very few apps via apt-get. Some of them, I suppose, are designed as desktop environment application and could have lead to “tons” of packages installed as dependencies. I have just run apt autoremove but very few packages have been removed. Example: I have tried Qbittorrent just yesterday…it was a huge installation…then I have discovered qBittorrent-nox, a light version with a web gui.
manually installed mdadm to assemble my RAID1 disks;
installed nextcloud → OK;
installed rocket.chat → OK;
installed mail → same error due to “exim” running on port 25.
So my answer to your question is: I really don’t know when exim was installed during those steps Anyway, I know the solution. This message is for the sole purpose of giving you useful information.
I have not spent any time with Syncloud during the last days, I beg you pardon.
I will not reflash due to lack of time but I’m gonna look for the reverse dependencies of exim4 and related packages. Apt-get command has on option to do that. As soon as I’ll spend time on Syncloud I’ll do that.