I'm helping a group to install their first mail server. I'm of course using Open Source Zimbra, as it rocks! I have set up an internal working test server on fedora core. Here are their details, along with the gotchas:
- There are ten group members at present.
- They run Windows pcs, and are in a Server 2003 Active Directory domain.
- They share one email address known to the outside world.
- Their individual workstations AREN'T connected to the internet; only one pc has internet access, for security reasons.
They presently perform the hoop-jumping for the above using floppies and sneaker-net. So, the existing admin person is quite willing to continue distributing the mail to the right party internally and collecting it for sending.
What I'd like to know are suggestions as to how to automate/simplify the mail in and out for this, if anyone has any. I thought perhaps a second MTA which lived on the machine with internet access, and some scheme of manually migrating its files to the internal MTA running where zimbra lives, but I don't know the details, or how feasible this would be.
Any help would be most appreciated!