One way is to have your mailserver send a bcc of every mail to a separate
mailbox on the server, which is then collected by piler. For example here,
using postfix, we configure a bcc mail for every mail that passes through
postfix. This then puts a copy of every mail into a mailbox on the server
(incoming and outgoing). Mailpiler then collects this mail by logging into the
mailserver using POP3. We do this at the end of each day. Of course the exact
configuration will depend on your mailserver.
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From: Lucian Lazar [mailto:lucian.la...@soteha.it]
Sent: 12 April 2018 13:21
Subject: only sent mails are stored or also received?
We are actually evaluating a viable solution for our mail legal hold needs. We
currently need to archive all sent and received emails for all users in a given
Please correct me if i’m wrong, but i have red that only sendemail from the
users are being saved into Piler database? Is there any way we can als store
emails received by the users?
Lucian Lazar - Linux System Engineer
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