fetchmail/virtual-pop3

Markus Schlieter (msch@tough-enough.de)
Wed, 15 Dec 1999 19:35:29 +0100


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Hello all,

info:

On our linux-server is running
SuSE 6.2 kernel 2.2.10
dial-on-demand via ISDN -> provider -> internet

task:

We have a pop3-account on provider-side with all mails for @domain.de =
and @domain.com. linux should copy frequently all mails to the local =
maschine.

We have 5 defined user but about 10 email-names. linux should now put =
all mails in the right local-account. i.e. emails for group@domain.com =
to user1@intra.net and user3@intra.net, emails for user2@domain.de to =
user2@intra.net, emails for unknown@domain.com to admin@intra.net and so =
on...

If there is an email to problem@domain.de linux should put it in accout =
boss@intra.net and send back a defined auto-answer.

questions:

Is fetchmail the right program to do this?

If not, which program can do this job?

How can I configure this?

What does fetchmail with mails from a mailing-list (problem marked in =
man-page)?

Is there a k-frontend to admin this problem?

thanx 2 all
m.

p.s. up to now a win95-maschine is doing this job with vpop3

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Hello all,
 
info:
 
On our linux-server is = running
SuSE 6.2 kernel 2.2.10
dial-on-demand via ISDN -> provider ->=20 internet
 
task:
 
We have a pop3-account on provider-side with all = mails for=20 @domain.de and @domain.com. linux should copy frequently all mails to = the local=20 maschine.
 
We have 5 defined user but about 10 email-names. = linux should=20 now put all mails in the right local-account. i.e. emails for group@domain.com to user1@intra.net and  user3@intra.net, emails for user2@domain.de to user2@intra.net, emails for unknown@domain.com to admin@intra.net and so = on...
 
If there is an email to problem@domain.de linux should put = it in=20 accout boss@intra.net and send = back a=20 defined auto-answer.
 
questions:
 
Is fetchmail the right program to do = this?
 
If not, which program can do this job?
 
How can I configure this?
 
What does fetchmail with mails from a mailing-list = (problem=20 marked in man-page)?
 
Is there a k-frontend to admin this=20 problem?
 
thanx 2 all
m.
 
p.s. up to now a win95-maschine is doing this job = with=20 vpop3
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