Monitoring e-mails by TCP
son_jaya at yahoo.com
Sat Mar 18 14:08:57 UTC 2006
if you connection good link may be like this :
1. create mail server in u bsd
every clien set smtp to mailserver
2.If you don't want create mail server n still need
outside my server :
LAN -- firewall plus SMTP-- internet
every clien set smtp to firewall
3. if you connection slow :
LAN ---(fetchmail+SMTP+firewall)--- internet
You set fetchmail to download email from you hosting
email and set your client to retrive n send email
from you firewall.
ps: mail server ( Postfix, qmail, sendmail etc )
> I'm very newbie on freeBSD.
> I have already installed the Firewall(ipfw) + NAT,
> Squid + Sarg and
> Apache Http Server, and is working pretty well! :-)
> Now I have a need, and I don't know if I can do it
> with a BSD solution!
> My e-mail server is outside of my network, is a
> comercial mail server.
> But, my e-mail trafic pass through a BSD server,
> the one I've
> mentioned before.
> So, what do I need to do?
> I need to make a copy of all received and
> delivered e-mail through my
> Is this possible? Is there a sofware (free or
> not), or a firewall
> configuration to do it?
> I think it would be a kind of TCP monitor on
> ports 25 and 110, like
> some antivirus that scan e-mail trafic looking for
> Any help is welcome!
> Best regard for all.
> Rodrigo Souza
> Sao Paulo - Brazil
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