I don't see the issue about needing multiple POP
accounts. IOL put *@Brady001.iol.ie into 1 POP account
for me, and I've an email server that reads these (using POP)
and sorts the messages. It's running on windoze ATM
and is called VPOP3 (www.pscs.co.uk). Really cool and
free for up to 5 users!.
Anyway getting back on topic, it supports fancy stuff
. Making connections based on complicated schedules
and rules (such connect immediately when x messages
waiting to be sent).
. Routes mail locally if user at Brady001.iol.ie exists locally
. supports extensions for processing mail (virus checking or whatever)
. Supports multiple POP accounts over 1 or many connections if needed.
. Autodectects if the appropriate PPP connection is up and
will send/receive mail.
. Has an LDAP directory.
. Supports mailing lists & user groups.
. plus infinity other config opions for address translation etc.
So my question is...
Does anything exist for linux that supports this in an integrated way,
or better still do the existing utils (fetchmail+sendmail+cron+scripts)
provide the same functionality.
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