bsdaemon at comcast.net
Wed Jan 12 11:49:19 PST 2005
>Maybe fetchmail is what you need? That is what most of dialup users use when they run their own MTA servers.
Fetchmail uses POP.
>>Obviously I can make smtp1 drop the mail in a mailbox on
>>smtp1 and then
>>get smtp2 to imap or pop the mail out however I'm looking for
>>something that's fast and pop doesn't really excite me..
Maybe rsync or scp? If you use /var/mail, maybe do:
scp /var/mail/<user> ./
formail < <user> -s <mta>
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