> I wanna to setup a home POP3/SMTP server
> for our family members and I only got a dial-up connection to the ISP
> with one single email address.
1- Add to your Linux box the husband, wife, son & daughter users by
means of adduser.
2- You might get your free e-mail domain at http://www.ddns.org (E-mail
forwardig service) which points to an e-mail account at your ISP. For
3- Then you should execute fetchmail in multi-drop mode by means of this
poll your_isp_pop3_server with envelope X-Envelope-To:
user your_ISP_username to * here
4- Add to your /etc/ppp/ip-up (/etc/ppp/ip-up.local on RedHat) file:
/usr/sbin/sendmail -q &
5- Add to your /etc/sendmail.cw file these lines:
6- Add to your .mc file of sendmail:
I suggest reading the web page:
Pay attention that .mc files are usualy in the /usr/src/sendmail/cf/cf/
directory, instead of RedHat's /usr/lib/sendmail-cf/cf/
7- Install a POP3 server. Its package name depends on the distribution
you are using.
Hope this helps.
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