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Old 06-25-2005, 05:28 PM   #1
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Archiving Email

Hi All:

I need to set up a system to archive email as my server downloads messages.

Right now I'm running Mercury32 on a Win98 machine but want to switch to Sendmail or Postfix. Does anyone have experience with these programs and email archiving? I would greatly appreciate it some one would share their experiences.
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Sendmail and Postfix are only MTAs, they just deliver mail. Personally I have a mail server setup with Postfix to recieve all of my mail and deliver it to Cyrus IMAPd and I just use IMAP to access all of my mail.


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