Keep outgoing mail with Mercury

Keep outgoing mail with Mercury

Post by Fa3ie » Thu, 01 Feb 2007 23:35:08


Hello,
I'm currently testing a setup of Mercury Mail for our small
architects office.

I 'configured' MercuryE to take care of our outgoing mails,
it works, but I need to keep an archive of the mails that
were sent trough MercuryE. (i.e. some kind of global "sent"
folder).

Is there something built-in for that purpose ? Else, what
should I do ?

Thanks in advance,
Fabien.
 
 
 

Keep outgoing mail with Mercury

Post by Rob » Thu, 08 Feb 2007 02:48:05


$5531$ XXXX@XXXXX.COM :


For now, you can use global filtering rules to test the To: and Cc:
fields. If they are not to a local domain, then Copy to another local
user. Create a new user for this purpose.

The newest private Beta versions of Mercury/32 v4.5 have outgoing mail
fitlering rules. This would easily allow filtring rules to be applied to
all mail that is to leave the server through MercuryC or MercuryE.


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Rob Croson ( XXXX@XXXXX.COM )
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Keep outgoing mail with Mercury

Post by Fa3ie » Fri, 09 Feb 2007 00:28:35

Rob wrote :


Thanks a lot for your answer, I got it to work and we're ready to deploy
local mail serving with Mercury, now.

Great software, BTW, its maturity is very pleasing, too bad I didn't
knew about it before (heard of Pegasus since long, but never heard
of its great companion).

Fabien.