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I need to store the emails received by postfix in mongodb ,

i red many sites and solution but i didn't find a way to do that.

I saw filters and master.cf but i don't know what is the right way to make it and how to do it.

So is there an event handlers or triggers in the postfix to do this.

BTW i'm not an administrator :)

Thanks in Advance

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(facepalm) Why, gawd, why? –  Avery Payne Dec 2 '11 at 20:06
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I'm not aware of a native way of doing this, so I wrote a LMTP daemon which can receive mail from Postfix and store it in mongodb:

https://github.com/romanbsd/received

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If All you need is to store the mail into mongodb, you might want to write a small script with your favorite scripting tool and redirect the mails via /etc/aliases like this:

user: "|/path/to/script.sh"
user2: "|/path/to/script.sh --with params"

good luck :)

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