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I'm currently running Centos 5.2 with postfix, procmail and dovecot but it's just on a home LAN. I use fetchmail to get our emal from various ISP mail servers and ...
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- 10-12-2008 #1
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- Sep 2008
Recommended mail server setup
However, I want to install Open-Xchange and this means replacing procmail with sieve and using dovecot deliver as the mail delivery agent. While looking into this I came across fetchmail --mda which made me think I could get rid of postfix which would be a good thing from a simplification point of view (postfix seems over the top for a home LAN). Any recommendations on something simple for a home LAN which would allow me to get email from ISP mailboxes and deliver to local account mailbox(es)?
One other requirement I have is to be able to run external scripts while processing the emails - procmail allows this but sieve doesn't. Any sugestions on how I might achieve this in a non-procmail environment which has to have sieve (Open-Xchange needs it)?