[RCD] RE : Re: Auto suppression
matt at moldvan.com
Tue Feb 26 21:16:07 CET 2013
I do agree with you that it is not RoundCube's job... RoundCube is simply a
client to whatever IMAP back end you point it at.
The reason I do the rest of that is that I have my own domain and wanted
the experience of setting up and configuring Dovecot and Sendmail (Postfix
is probaby a better way but I haven't had time to learn it quite yet).
And, basically because I like to tinker. Setting up a simple forwarder in
Sendmail wouldn't get me anywhere knowledge-wise, and defeats the point of
setting up a web server in order to learn. I do e-mail support for a
living and also used to teach Linux part time, so having hands on
experience with my own setup is useful and educational when starting from
I also have RoundCube installed on that system, mostly for tinkering with
mobile device support.
By the way, I'm not sure if English is your first language, but you're
coming across as very rude.
On Tue, Feb 26, 2013 at 3:07 PM, Reindl Harald <h.reindl at thelounge.net>wrote:
> Am 26.02.2013 20:57, schrieb Matt Moldvan:
> > I do the same thing in my home setup ... I have Sendmail accept and
> deliver to a local mailbox, and then GMail
> > picks it up for me using POP3S through Dovecot, which removes it from my
> home server and keeps in in Google-land.
> an why in the world do you deliver to a local mailbox instead
> DIRECTLY forward it to the final-address? that is the MTA's job
> and does not need dovecot, POP3 and friends
> > This is more of a system admin discussion, though, perhaps not one
> suited for the RoundCube developer mailing list...
> that is why i said "how is this in any case roundcubes job?"
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