qmail can be configured to keep a copy of all email at compile-time IIRC.
As it works with maildirs, it would also be relatively easy to purge mails
more than a week old by calling a small cron script. Probably possible with
other MTAs too, but I tend to prefer working with qmail. As for the
filtering side of things, it really depends on what you are trying to achieve,
All the best,
Nial (Age: 30, for those who are interested [g]).
At 10:08 25/02/2003 +0000, you wrote:
Quick question, does anyone use any Linux software to
filter their email? We
get quite a lot of email passed through, over 1000 a hour, and it would be
nice to use something fairly simple to work between our SMTP feed and
Exchange (5.5) Server, preferably (I know it will take a LOT of space) that
can store every email passed through, for say a week?
Gilberd IS Department
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