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Mon 11 Oct 2004

Postfix Enabler, IMAP and FetchMail - A How To

Category : Technology/IMAPandFetchmailAgain.txt

This is a follow-up to an earlier post about Postfix Enabler, IMAP and FetchMail.

To recap, if want to use Postfix Enabler to set up an IMAP server and then use Fetchmail to pull down mail from a variety of other servers (so that you can re-distribute them to all your IMAP clients in a consistent manner), here are some instructions on The JouleBlog that can send you on your way.

Matthew Hall writes The JouleBlog and he's sent me a permanent link to the article. I'm making a note of it here because I ought to try this someday. Thanks, Matthew.

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