previously, we talked about procmail filters in exim+sql system. today we will add some nifty aliases capabilities.
last time, i showed how to add automatical filtering of mails. and i told you that i will show another way.
in previous part of this howto we setup autoresponder/vacation system.
additionally i promised to show how to filter user mails.
in last part of this howto we did setup pop3/imap client access.
together with things set in all previous parts it makes a fully working mail system.
but, there are still things that might be added/modified. one of these is vacation support …
last time i finished with working smtp system, with accounts, aliases and quota. now, let's add ability to get th
e mails for client (imap/pop3) and some smtp-auth.
at the end of previous part of this text, we got our system working, and accepting emails for local accounts. plus i promised to add quota now 🙂 so, let's do it.
at the end of last part of this text, i finished having ready postgresql and exim (pop/imap installed but not configured), with exim being able to ask postgresql whether given domain is local. now, let the saga continue.
in first part of this text i described how i installed base ubuntu system in chroot, and then got exim, courier and postgresql in there. now to some configuration.
for quite some time i wanted to write about my experiences with combining smtp server with sql server.
this subject for some people might be too boring, for others – it might be seen as a simple howto. but in my opinion it clearly shows that when you combine 2 such technologies outcome is much better then it would seem (it's called synergy in merketoid-speak).
this subject will be divided into several parts, that will be posted separately (yeah, let's get some traffic to website 🙂
also, i hope to extend it in future if/when i'll find something else that can be added/changed in proposed solution.
so, without further ado, let's start: