I need to have Postfix set up to work with Lamson. Despite my research on the web, i haven't figured out how to configure postfix.

I'll have a server (A) that will forward all its email to a second server (B) (postfix/Lamson). After some processing, server B will forward the email to different mailboxes on a third server (C).

I can imagine postfix (server B) receiving all its email from server A in a single maildir, lamson (server B) processing the email from this maildir (using the method described here: http://lamsonproject.org/docs/deferred_processing_to_queues.html) and "relaying" it to postfix (server B) for it to do the actual sending to the different mailboxes on server C.

How can I configure postfix to do this? (one maildir for email server A, one for email from lamson...?) I am even on the right track?

Thanks for your help!!


As the Lamson FAQ says, it is a fully compliant SMTP server.

Hence, you would connect Server A directly to Lamson on Server B, without any need for postfix.

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