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[DeleGate-En] Re: Question about delegate software, using SSLway, etc.
10 Oct 2000 22:10:44 GMT ysato@etl.go.jp (Yutaka Sato)


On 09/28/00(07:01) you Christine Ye <ppebqbdyi-h5qfbm5hcc3r.ml@ml.delegate.org> wrote
in <_A889@delegate-en.ML_>
 | #delegated -P110 server=pop
 |
 | %telent proxy-server 110
 | ......
 | user cye@sendmail..
...
 | If cye has mailbox on pop-server machine, then it works fine. But if I
 |want to retrieve mails by giving the e-mail address ppebqbdyi-h5qfbm5hcc3r.ml@ml.delegate.org
 |instead of machine name, then it fails because sendmail.com doesn't have
 |a mailbox of cye. Is there way to achieve this from delegate
 |configuration file or setting up? 

You can map userA@hostX to userB@hostY using MOUNT parameter like: 

  MOUNT="//hostX/userA pop://hostY/userB"

For example,
  MOUNT="//sendmail.com/* pop://pop-server.sendmail.com/*"
for arbitrary users or
  MOUNT="//sendmail.com/cye pop://pop-server.sendmail.com/cye"
for each user will do in your case.
See "Example: POP MOUNT" in "Manual.htm" for more examples.

This MOUNT will be applicable to IMAP too in the next release of DeleGate.

More simply, defining a hostname alias private to this DeleGate may work.

  HOSTS="{pop-server.sendmail.com,sendmail.com}"

Cheers,
Yutaka
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