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Hi all I have a Postfix server serving about 10 clients on a network. What I want to end up with is a copy of every email sent externally to ...
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- 06-20-2008 #1
Postfix - bcc on all mail going out externally
I have a Postfix server serving about 10 clients on a network. What I want to end up with is a copy of every email sent externally to automatically bcc to an email address which i have set up (on a different domain). I know there's an option on the Webmin config for Postfix to bcc all mail to an address but i think this will include all internal mail also. Any suggestions on how to get it to bcc for just external mail?
- 06-24-2008 #2
What you want to do is very questionable in terms of ethics. I would forget about doing something like this unless you live in a communist country. The backlash wouldn't be worth it when the people find out and then there is the legal question of doing this.
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- 06-25-2008 #3
Postfix Address Rewriting
I would make sure this is for regulatory purposes and not just because someone wants to be able to read everyones email.