from postfix, pop3d, imapd, procmail, mailshrink and horde to ispconfig3

Discussion in 'Installation/Configuration' started by l.marchesan, Dec 3, 2010.

  1. l.marchesan

    l.marchesan New Member

    Hi all, I have a mailserver with postfix, pop3d, imapd, procmail and mailshrink. Webmail application is horde.
    I've already installed standard ispconfig 3 in a VM with debian 5, and all works fine.
    I'd like to pass to ispconfig3 with my server, so i have to know if i can:
    1. use horde instead of squirremail. If yes how to configure it..!
    2. use procmail and procmailrc for users options
    3. use mailshrink (or other application/script) for email strip attachment (very important for our satellite connection). I attach the perl script mailshrink.

    Thank you for your time!

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  2. falko

    falko Super Moderator ISPConfig Developer

    I've never tried it, so I can't tell.
    No, you must either use maildrop (if you use Courier) or Sieve (if you use Dovecot).
    I don't know that script, so I can't tell.
  3. l.marchesan

    l.marchesan New Member

    OK, I cannot use procmail and mailshrink as I done in my server.
    I have followed your wonderful guide to install ispconfig3, phpmyadmin, courier on Debian 5. Now it is all installed in a test VM, and works properly.
    It will be perfect for me if I could implement a filter option for strip attachement: attachment is stripped from mail and stored in a defined directory. In the mail body there will be the link to download the attachement. This is the feature implemented by the script mailshrink.
    This is prioritary for me at the moment.
    Can you help me?

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