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I want to receive emails on my server inside an enterprise network.
Emails are handled by an Exchange Server - my server uses a company-internal SMTP Relay to push Emails to the users. But how can I receive Emails?
On possibility would be: I have an Exchange user - can I use his mailbox?
The other one, i would prefer: The mentioned server has an entry in the DNS so the name is resolved properly - I could have an Email-server on it that accepts Emails.
But what tools are nice to use and how can i achieve that the server is accepting emails?
Servers: Debian Sarge (Testmachine), RedHat Enterprise Linux 3; To send Emails i am using postfix
Thanks for your help in advance,
Last edited by deleted_user_01; 02-17-2005 at 06:14 AM.
so what are you planning to do?
internal linmailserver for:
-receiving external mails?
-receiving only internal mails?
-> from other servers or only from users?
-separate user-accounts on this linbox?
-> if yes, then create another account in email-client and itīs done!
-only maintenance account = forwarding from exchange to LIN?