I had to deal with this question, or some version of it, quite a few times. So, decided to write a summary on what one could (or should) do, after data is in database, and application is running. Namely - ...

I have an unusual mail setup. My company mails are handled by gmail, and on my account there, I setup forwarding to my own mail account on my own server. Where I read the mails, and respond. So, when someone (let's say ...

February 26th, 2010 by depesz | Tags: , , , | 19 comments »

First of all - I base information in this post on Linux, so if you are using another operating system - it's quite likely that it will not help you. Second - if you're using Linux, you have probably some package ...

Let's assume we have a simple table: CREATE TABLE objects ( id serial primary key, category INT4 ...

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.