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skoena 3rd November 2011 22:49

Catchall without Email Account
 
How to create a Catchall without an Email Account? (for example to a gmail address)

till 4th November 2011 09:38

A catchall in ispconfig requires a mailbox. But you can forward the emails from that mailbox to gmail automatically.

skoena 4th November 2011 09:40

Is it possible for you to change it so it is also possible to create catchall without mailbox?

Is it possible to automatically delete the email that are forwarded to the gmail?

till 4th November 2011 09:49

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Is it possible for you to change it so it is also possible to create catchall without mailbox?
Sure, you can change the ispconfig sourcecode as ISPConfig is released under a OpenSource license.

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Is it possible to automatically delete the email that are forwarded to the gmail?
Maildrop syntax:

to "!info@example.tld"

Sieve syntax:

redirect "info@example.tld";

skoena 4th November 2011 09:52

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Originally Posted by till (Post 266644)
Sure, you can change the ispconfig sourcecode as ISPConfig is released under a OpenSource license.

Tnx Till but I'm not clever enough to do that :)

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Maildrop syntax:
to "!info@example.tld"
Sieve syntax:
redirect "info@example.tld";
Not sure where to change this?

till 4th November 2011 10:06

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Not sure where to change this?
Email > Mailbox > Custom rules

skoena 4th November 2011 10:17

I added
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redirect "rudolf@skoena.nl";
as Custom mailfilter recipe but the mail doesn't get redirect and deleted.

till 4th November 2011 10:18

And your're sure that you use sieve and not maildrop on your server?

skoena 4th November 2011 10:21

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Originally Posted by till (Post 266656)
And your're sure that you use sieve and not maildrop on your server?

Sorry don't even know what sieve is. What kind of impact will it have if I change from maildrop to sieve?

till 4th November 2011 10:28

Your system supports either sieve or maildrop depending on the software that you installed on your server before you installed ispconfig.

If you installed courier imap, then you use maildrop. If you installed dovecot, then you use sieve.


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