On 7/27/06, Charles Swiger <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
On Jul 26, 2006, at 5:46 PM, Chris T. wrote: > I am trying to create a home mail gateway. First thing is getting > it to relay messages to my ISP as if I had connected directly to > the isp in the first place. Set: relayhost = [mailserver.isp.net] ...in main.cf. > That is without adding any information to headers to reveal that it > went through my smtp server. It's a requirement for MTAs to add Received: headers as the mail passes through them to avoid mailing loops. Trying to subvert this is a bad idea... > I also want to create a repositry of sent email for logging > purposes. I'm trying to look up the documentation and searching > for messages that would answer what I want to do but it's a chicken > and egg senerio in that I don't know the correct terms for the > answers to search to find the answers. Any help is appreciated. Normally, your mail client will keep track of all Sent messages if you configure it properly. That's a better choice than having the MTA do it, but you can look into the content_filter mechanism to archive mail which passes through if you really want to do so. also make sure that your isp allows mail forwarding.
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