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I want to run a mail server (either Postfix or Exim) solely for redirecting mail aliases.

Its entire function will be to process a table of users for a domain (e.g. that looks like this:


However, I'd like a nice web interface for this so that the Springfield Nuclear helpdesk can add people without having to have access to a shell on the server.

The simpler the better; I would rather not have to use a database if possible. I could also knock something up myself in LAMP, but would prefer to use an "off-the-shelf", open source, component, if one exists.

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So far I have found Postfix Admin, which looks like it would do the job, but it requires MySQL or PostgreSQL.

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Used for years with satisfaction – drAlberT Jan 6 '10 at 14:14

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