Docker

Official Docker image is available from Docker Hub.

It expects configuration file to be available at /data/maddy.conf.

If /data is a Docker volume, then default configuration will be placed there automatically. If it is used, then MADDY_HOSTNAME, MADDY_DOMAIN environment variables control the host name and primary domain for the server. TLS certificate should be placed in /data/tls/fullchain.pem, private key in /data/tls/privkey.pem

DKIM keys are generated in /data/dkim_keys directory.

Image tags

Ports

All standard ports, as described in maddy docs.

Volumes

/data - maddy state directory. Databases, queues, etc are stored here. You might want to mount a named volume there. The main configuration file is stored here too (/data/maddy.conf).

Management utility

To run management commands, create a temporary container with the same /data directory and put the command after the image name, like this:

docker run --rm -it -v maddydata:/data foxcpp/maddy:0.6.0 creds create foxcpp@maddy.test
docker run --rm -it -v maddydata:/data foxcpp/maddy:0.6.0 imap-acct create foxcpp@maddy.test

Use the same image version as the running server. Things may break badly otherwise.

Note that, if you modify messages using maddyctl while the server is running - you must ensure that /tmp from the server is accessible for the management command. One way to it is to run it using docker exec instead of docker run:

docker exec -it container_name_here maddy creds create foxcpp@maddy.test

TL;DR

docker volume create maddydata
docker run \
  --name maddy \
  -e MADDY_HOSTNAME=mx.maddy.test \
  -e MADDY_DOMAIN=maddy.test \
  -v maddydata:/data \
  -p 25:25 \
  -p 143:143 \
  -p 587:587 \
  -p 993:993 \
  foxcpp/maddy:0.6

It will fail on first startup. Copy TLS certificate to /data/tls/fullchain.pem and key to /data/tls/privkey.pem. Run the server again. Finish DNS configuration (DKIM keys, etc) as described in tutorials/setting-up/.