Are you planing on running a restricted mail client on your rt2 server?
Lets say you configure exim/sendmail to only allow requests from the ip
of your main mail server. You then can configure an aliase to send the
email over to your rt server.
Then you can configure mail as normal on your rt server.
If you do not want to configure a mail client then I think that NFS
would be your best bet.
Hope this helps
wadeOn Mon, 2001-09-24 at 00:53, Taiping Tang wrote:
I’ve just installed RT2 in my computer, it seems running well,
all components(Mysql, Apache Server, RT2, Mailserver, etc.)
are in ONE computer.
Now I want to put it to practice, but my Mailserver cannot be
the same computer as RT2. Some documents say that aliases should
be created on the Mailserver and RT2’s directory should be NFS mounted.
Is it all I should do?
David Wade Arnold
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