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Old 30th August 2006, 10:19
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Default Mail-distribution based on To: CC: BCC:

I use an ISP and catch all mail into the default@mydomain.com, I'm not 24 hours on-line so I download/send the emails every hour using a dial-up connection.

On my NT server I just installed one application IAmailserver who distribute all incomming mail to de local emailaddresses based on the information in the TO: CC: and BCC: header.

Now I'm using as intranet server openSuSE as server with ISPConfig on top.... but still the NT server for the email because I can't found out how to create similar distribution.

I'm running Fetchmail, Courier-Imap, Postfix, procmail...... it confuses me... witch application can distribute the mail I receive from default@mydomain.com automaticly to the email accounts I create in ISPConfig. When their is no match just to the postmaster.....

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You can fetch the mails from your ISP with fetchmail. I'm not sure how to split up the mails from the catchAll account - I think there once was a thread about this in this forum but I can't find it now...
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Hi Falko, thanks for your reply.... maybe you mentioned my treat one year ago, I had a look to fetchmail, it doesn't solf the maildistribution or I have to edit all email forwards manual.

It's strange that one simple windows application can handle all mail fuctionality http://www.cdsis.nl/iafeatures.html compare to the bunch of applications we need in Linux......

Do you have any experiance with exim or xmail ? do you think this applications can solve my problem?

I use ISPConfig very succesfull in a intranet/extranet sollutions... I don't like the windows system beside it only doing the mailhandeling...
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I think you can do this with fetchmail + exim, exim is really flexible to configure.
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