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how to build a (enterprise) postfix system

ml ml
Hello List,

we are planing to set up a new E-Mail (Cluster) system with postfix.
Our goal is that this is all ldap based and that our customers can
manage their own:
- E-Mail Addresses
- Passwords
- Black/White lists
- Spamasassin reports
- Autoreply/vacatation
- Filter rules
- etc..

Ldap is the choise because we need it for other systems too.

Since postfix supports ldap out of the box this is not such a big
problem. The tricky part is the autoresponder and filter rules. I
could use mimedefang along with postfix to cover this, but i would
like to know your opinion first. Maybe there is already such a projekt
out there? It would also be okay to spend some money on it.

Ok, so basically I/we want a (enterprise) postfix system that covers
all those features so that a customer can manage their own e-mail
business (all based on ldap).

I am thankful for any thoughts or hints.

Cheers,
Mario
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Re: how to build a (enterprise) postfix system

Eero Volotinen-2
2010/1/28 ml ml <[hidden email]>:

> Hello List,
>
> we are planing to set up a new E-Mail (Cluster) system with postfix.
> Our goal is that this is all ldap based and that our customers can
> manage their own:
> - E-Mail Addresses
> - Passwords
> - Black/White lists
> - Spamasassin reports
> - Autoreply/vacatation
> - Filter rules
> - etc..
>
> Ldap is the choise because we need it for other systems too.
>
> Since postfix supports ldap out of the box this is not such a big
> problem. The tricky part is the autoresponder and filter rules. I
> could use mimedefang along with postfix to cover this, but i would
> like to know your opinion first. Maybe there is already such a projekt
> out there? It would also be okay to spend some money on it.

You need to look at sieve filtering? Dovecot supports it and also some
other imap servers.

--
Eero
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Re: how to build a (enterprise) postfix system

Jorge Armando Medina-2
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ml ml wrote:

> Hello List,
>
> we are planing to set up a new E-Mail (Cluster) system with postfix.
> Our goal is that this is all ldap based and that our customers can
> manage their own:
> - E-Mail Addresses
> - Passwords
> - Black/White lists
> - Spamasassin reports
> - Autoreply/vacatation
> - Filter rules
> - etc..
>
> Ldap is the choise because we need it for other systems too.
>
> Since postfix supports ldap out of the box this is not such a big
> problem. The tricky part is the autoresponder and filter rules. I
> could use mimedefang along with postfix to cover this, but i would
> like to know your opinion first. Maybe there is already such a projekt
> out there? It would also be okay to spend some money on it.
>  
I use Dovecot LDA Deliver in postfix which manage sieve and so server
side filtering, the users uses horde webmail with ingo module to crearte
his own rules, white and blacklists and also vacation, it works fine so far.
> Ok, so basically I/we want a (enterprise) postfix system that covers
> all those features so that a customer can manage their own e-mail
> business (all based on ldap).
>
> I am thankful for any thoughts or hints.
>
> Cheers,
> Mario
>  



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Re: how to build a (enterprise) postfix system

David Touzeau
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Take a look here :

http://www.artica.fr

-------- Message initial --------
De: Eero Volotinen <[hidden email]>
À: ml ml <[hidden email]>
Cc: [hidden email]
Sujet: Re: how to build a (enterprise) postfix system
Date: Thu, 28 Jan 2010 19:50:16 +0200

2010/1/28 ml ml <[hidden email]>:
> Hello List,
>
> we are planing to set up a new E-Mail (Cluster) system with postfix.
> Our goal is that this is all ldap based and that our customers can
> manage their own:
> - E-Mail Addresses
> - Passwords
> - Black/White lists
> - Spamasassin reports
> - Autoreply/vacatation
> - Filter rules
> - etc..
>
> Ldap is the choise because we need it for other systems too.
>
> Since postfix supports ldap out of the box this is not such a big
> problem. The tricky part is the autoresponder and filter rules. I
> could use mimedefang along with postfix to cover this, but i would
> like to know your opinion first. Maybe there is already such a projekt
> out there? It would also be okay to spend some money on it.

You need to look at sieve filtering? Dovecot supports it and also some
other imap servers.

--
Eero
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Re: how to build a (enterprise) postfix system

Zhang Huangbin

On Jan 29, 2010, at 6:13 AM, David Touzeau wrote:

> Take a look here :
>
> http://www.artica.fr
>
> 2010/1/28 ml ml <[hidden email]
> >:
> > Hello List,
> >
> > we are planing to set up a new E-Mail (Cluster) system with postfix.
> > Our goal is that this is all ldap based and that our customers can
> > manage their own:
> > - E-Mail Addresses
> > - Passwords
> > - Black/White lists
> > - Spamasassin reports
> > - Autoreply/vacatation
> > - Filter rules
> > - etc..

Also take a look here:
http://code.google.com/p/iredmail/

- OpenLDAP
- Postfix
- Dovecot + sieve (filter rule, vacation message)
- Amavisd + SpamAssassin + ClamAV
- Policyd (v1.x)
- Roundcube webmail (AJAX)