F-cked up trying to set up a mail server (having close to zero Linux experience for the moment) I just want to stop loosing incoming messages (it's about current used company's mail server, with pretty a flow of incoming mail from partners and potential clients I can't afford to loose) and have a normal weekend and sleep a night to come back with a mind refreshed. Please, how can I configure postfix so that it just accepts all the mails send to it and put somewhere (reporting a sender successful delivery) for further processing. I'd like no user/mailbox/domains/security management. Just accept any message came from the outside to the server, save it and forget.
The system is Ubuntu 10.04 LTS Server (Lucyd Lynx x86-64).
Have my sincere enormous thanks in advance if you help me to take a break. I like the Unix way and Linux in particular very much and enjoy digging into it, but am just a humble red-eyed noob yet and need some sleep while can't just give up even for a moment.