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Old 10-19-2003, 10:33 PM   #1
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postfix sieve fetchmail


I have already set up an IMAP mail server with postfix. And now I want to use fetchmail and get mail from my various accounts and put it in my IMAP server. I used to do it with fetchmail and procmail right to the message store. But this time I want it to go through postfix so I can use virus scanning and stuff like that. Can anyone help?
 
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If you have Postfix running on port TCP/25, then fetchmail should be perfectly capable to hand it over.
 
  


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