smtp and pop3 proxy

Gareth list-mailscanner at
Wed Jan 23 16:03:10 GMT 2008

For a proxy each message would need to be scanned in turn. This is the
direct opposite to the way MailScanner works (processing mail in

You can always use fetchmail to download the mails and pass them through
your local MTA. Of course you then have the mail on your local server
rather than the remote one.

On Wed, 2008-01-23 at 15:38, Octavio wrote:
> Hi
> there are some programs called pop proxies (perdition
> and P3Scan) Im reading about them but I think they
> cant wotk with mailscanner or they do? does anyone
> know how?
> or there is a way to do this with MS?
> with do this I mean have a MS in the firewall and it
> catch all the smtp/pop connection to outside and scan
> them transparently 
> Thanks
> Octavio
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