On 2014-05-22 09:16, jcdole wrote:
> 1 linux users with 2 ISP email account
> 1 linux users with 1 ISP email account
> 1 windows 7 user with 1 ISP email account ( have a linux account )
Ah, that’s very few. You do not need any thing as ldap to complicate
>> Although you have to define what you understand by “mail server”.
> A black box where to put all the mail get from the ISP email account.
> Each local user retrieving their mail from that black box
> So using postfix locally, how it is configured : as a relay or
> This is the meaning of my question.
Ah, trifle. You actually do not need to configure it at all, if it is
used only for receiving. If you want to use it for sending as well (I
do), then we need extra steps.
If I remember correctly, just run yast mail module, simple mode (I
forget the exact name it uses). Do not set a relay. No need to configure
fetchmail yet (main retrieval). Better to configure that one manually
with one test account, or one with few emails, with the option “keep” so
that email is not deleted from the ISP, till things are known to work.
I would suggest to install dovecot as well, as local imap/pop3 server
for your “clients”.
For the moment, just postfix and fetchmail, with an isp test account. Or
get one on gmail. One step at a time.
fetchmail has a good man page with examples. Or ask
Test mail with the command “mail” or “pine”, on a test user on the mail
Then I suggest configuring procmail, spamd and spamc. Ask for this step
Cheers / Saludos,
Carlos E. R.
(from 13.1 x86_64 “Bottle” (Minas Tirith))