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Old 14th June 2006, 14:30
Vermyndax Vermyndax is offline
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Hi again!

I have a few questions regarding mail setup. If I wanted to setup a domain as a scan and forward, how would I do that?

I realize I can set up forwarding in the account... but that's not what I was interested in. I was interested in receiving mail for a domain, spam/virus scanning, then moving the message to an internal mail server (i.e. an Exchange server or whatnot). Is there a good way to accomplish this?

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Old 14th June 2006, 17:41
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You can do that with Postfix transports. Have a look at
Code:
man transport
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