From: Brian O'Donoghue (Brian.ODonoghue at domain kbs.ie)
Date: Wed 03 Jul 2002 - 10:09:49 IST
Port forwarding using iptables from box2 to box1 on ports 25 and 110
From: Jason Corcoran. [mailto:jason at domain jcorcoran.net]
Sent: 03 July 2002 09:05
To: Rob Gallagher; ilug at domain linux.ie
Subject: Re: [ILUG] POP proxy ?
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On Tue 02 Jul 2002 21:05, Rob Gallagher wrote:
> I'm wondering is there a means of allowing users to pop a mailbox on one
> server from another?
> The problem is we have a server, called box1 for the purposes of
> illustration ;), that accepts incoming mail (relayed via MX records), and
> sits behind a firewall, without port 25 or 110 accessible from the
> We've set up a server, box2, with port 25 and 110 open, and thats acting
> our outgoing mail relay at the moment. So would it be possible for users
> pop their mail accounts on box1 by going through box2.
You could try ssh'ing the mail from box1 to box2 and allowing the users to
access there mail using normal pop off 110 on box2
Goggle has some examples.
email : Jason at domain Jcorcoran.net
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