Cool Mailsnake

Discussion in 'Server Operation' started by Hyperlord, Apr 6, 2009.

  1. Hyperlord

    Hyperlord New Member

    Hi there,

    I love those howtos!! :)
    True story, I successfully integrated http://www.howtoforge.com/virtual_users_and_domains_with_postfix_debian_etch on my productive system. Sadly without the antispam stuff because of performance.

    Now I have a different setup with an Exchange 2003 Server. The setup is like this:

    WAN -> Mailserver (Postfix without AV/AS)
    WAN -> Mailserver (Exchange, different Domain)

    I integrated another machine ...

    WAN -> Mailserver (Postfix without AV/AS)
    WAN -> Mailserver (Postfix with AV/AS) -> Exchange

    On that Postfix with AV/AS I have also fetchmail like in http://www.howtoforge.com/debian_etch_fetchmail

    What I want:
    WAN -> Mailserver (Postfix without AV/AS) -> Mailserver (Fetchmail && Postfix with AV/AS) -> Exchange
    All the Mails from that other domain (this without the AV/AS) land in those Exchange Mailboxes anyway by POP3 but without beeing scanned and moved trough a Spamsnake...

    I this possible? Currently I have the problem, that I can't map those users for the fetchmail accounts to the exchange ones (by email address).

    [email protected] -> POP3 -> Scan -> Move to Postfix -> [email protected] == [email protected] -> SMTP to Exchange -> Deliver

    I don't just want to forward those mails from domainA to domainB :-\

    I really hope someone could help me get this thing startet!
    Just tell me what loglines you need, I look into this forums a couple of times a day.

    brgds
     
  2. falko

    falko Super Moderator ISPConfig Developer

    Maybe it's possible to do this with Postfix transports?
    Take a look at
    Code:
    man 5 transport
     
  3. Hyperlord

    Hyperlord New Member

    Hi Falko,

    ah allright, I'll dig deeper into that! Thanks for the hint!
    I remember something about those transport-stuff mapped to the db-fields, aah I'll just look and take some time.

    I'll be back with more questions hehe ...
     

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