Doherty, Chris - Elmira, ON wrote:
- Outgoing mail is sent to an external SMTP server for delivery
You’ll need to set that up in Exim. Can’t help you there, as I use postfix.
- Incoming mail is retrieved via POP3 from an Exchange Server 5.5 mailbox
I do this with an ISP account used as a maildrop. Fetchmail grabs it
from the ISP, then dumps it to local users.
Is this possible? I’ve been through the wiki docs, but it’s awfully sparse
on mail configuration. I’m using exim4 as the MTA and probably fetchmail to
grab the incoming mail.
Take a lookie at a Quick how-to I posted on docs.opengroupware.org.
Basically, you’ll need to use the real RT set-up instructions, then get
fetchmail to pull the various e-mail accounts and dump them to your MTA.
Now, if you have any spam filtering set-up, AND you use +addressing for
spam delivery (email@example.com), then you might want to go beyond
just putting the RT aliases in the aliases file.
Here’s what I did to do that:
spam catching for rt
info: “|/usr/bin/rt-mailgate --queue General --action correspond --url
and so on… It helps keep out some of the spam.
Linux caelm-it01 2.4.27-2-386 #1 Mon May 16 16:47:51 JST 2005 i686 GNU/Linux
Server version: Apache/2.0.54
Perl v5.8.4 under linux
I’m on Debian sarge, RT 3.2 and Apache 2 with Postfix, Fetchmail and
Hope it helps!