Archive Ruleset - WAS RE: Why do?
mike at CAMAROSS.NET
Thu Oct 30 19:16:42 GMT 2003
I would guess a ruleset could look something like this:
FromTo: *@domain1.tld /var/spool/archive/domain1
FromTo: *@domain2.tld /var/spool/archive/domain2
I have not tested this as I have no need for such configs. Worst case, set
up a dummy email domain and test it out.
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> Sent: Thursday, October 30, 2003 11:22 AM
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> Subject: Re: Why do?
> At 10:55 AM 10/30/2003 -0600, you wrote:
> >On Thu, Oct 30, 2003 at 11:52:27AM -0500, Sanjay K. Patel wrote:
> > > Why do all questions on how to use the archive mail
> feature go unanswered.
> >They don't -- or at least they haven't in the past TTBOMK.
> >I haven't seen any asked recently.
> Hello All,
> I posed a question last night regarding Archiving Mail that
> went unanswered and thought I would lurk about for a while
> before reposting. This looked like my oportunity. It also
> appears that Sanjay was lurking for an answer as well.
> From last night:
> >I do not understand how to use the mail archive rules.
> >I have a mail server with multiple domains and would like to:
> >1) archive mail incoming and outgoing for one domain
> >2) archive in the directory /home/spool/mqueue.arc
> >Server specifics:
> >Cobalt Linux OS <equivalent to> RedHat 6.2 Sendmail 8.9.x
> patched for
> >recent vulnerabilities MailScanner 4.24 No SpamAssassin
> installed (yet)
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