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Old 08-01-2003, 04:59 AM   #1
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Question configuring mail server (postfix+fetchmail+procmail)

Hi All,
Need help in configuring a full fledged mail server.Let me explain the scenario
I have a catchall account with one of the isps running courier POP3/SMTP mail server.

I want to configure a mail server on my linux server which would enable me to distribute the mails for individual users using aliases .If possible pls let me know where the aliases are created and sample configs if any.

do i need to use all three i.e postfix+fetchmail+procmail and how is it going to work .
I am a layman , never configured a mail server.

would be thankful if any one has dummy config files ?


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