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Thu Apr 24 02:36:57 CEST 2008
On Wed, Apr 23, 2008 at 3:36 PM, Alexander Marx <marx at oab.de> wrote:
> Hi List.
> maybe you have some tips for me.
> I am using kolab 2.0.3. I am searching for a tool (or will try to
> develop one)
> which is able to archive all incoming and outgoing emails.
postfix has the option "always_bcc"
# man 5 postfonf
just create a mailbox archive at yourdomain and add
always_bcc = archive at yourdomain
to your main.cf.template
every email going through your postfix will be "copied" into your
> Do you have some experience with this?
> Or any idea how to implement the smtpprox into kolab???
> I want to implement the tool like this:
> internet->kolab(25)->amavis(10024)->ARCHIVETOOL(listens on 10030 and
> gives it back on 10027)->local mailbox
> The archivetool should safe the message to disk in a per-user- folder
> (based on from: or to: address)
> I played around with smtpprox, but it seems, that kolab never passes the
> mail to the smtpprox
> a second hint:
> I tried to install Kolab 2.1 release on a ubuntu 8.0.4 hardy heron and
> the MD5 sum of the openpkg-2.5.4-2.5.4 seems wrong.
I have this
# md5sum openpkg-*
> Installation fails with the error openpkg-2.5.4-2.5.4.*-*-*.sh not found
> I read the hint and installed gcc-3.4 and linked all files correctly,
> but the error remains.
> Thanx in advance
> Alexander Marx
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