From: mouss (no email)
Date: Fri Apr 25 2008 - 15:46:28 EDT
Andre Macara wrote:
> Thanks, but its incredible that a SNMP
> server cant handle it, it is so
> obvious, if the SNMP can receive an email and delivery it to another SNMP
> server, why can not store it in a certain place,
I just told you how to do it with postfix. maybe it was not clear. so
let's go again:
- use sender_bcc_maps to duplicate the message and deliver it to
foo+ (or whatever form you prefer)
- configure postfix to deliver mail for foo+ to the
folder of your choice.
> why must be the email
> client responsible for such thing?
1- Because this is how it always worked.
2- The MUA can decide to store sent mail on a local folder.
3- The imap store is not necessarily located on the outgoing mail
server. Many people use different servers for outgoing and incoming mail.
> I think that must have a tool or a configuration option capable of do that
> job, the postfix developers must have thought about that, for sure.
postfix can deliver whatever mail wherever you want. see the ADDRESS