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    orsomannaro is offline Senior Member
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    Nella lan dove gira il server zimbra ho installato un nas della synology per archiviare i backup.

    Visto che nel nas e' possibile installare un mail-server, pensavo che un modo per tenere copia delle mail sarebbe quello di inoltrare a questo mail-server tutta la posta in ingresso e in uscita da Zimbra.

    Qualcuno mi sa dire se la cosa e' fatibile e come?


    Grazie.

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    Si puoi fare degli accorgimenti a Postfix per inoltrare tutta la posta in BCC.
    Monitor incoming and outgoing mails in Postfix & Zimbra mail server

    O ancora meglio qui:
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    Ho visto, ma dato che e' tutto in lan mi piacerebbe tirar su un mailserver locale (non esposto a internet) e girare le mail via socket, pipe o qualcosa tipo procmail ...

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