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Subject: Home Network
From: Richard Humphrey (RHumphreysageus.com)
Date: Tue Oct 10 2000 - 07:12:27 CDT
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I am on a 2 node home network, and I want to be able to have the server
machine run Postfix, and forward all my email to my workstation. I have read
the FAQ and I just don't understand whether or not I am setting this up
correctly. I am not sure if I use the "How to set up Postfix on a Firewall"
FAQ or the "Workstations and Servers" FAQ. If anyone else is running this
type of a setup, can you possibly help me set this up? Basically I want to
do is have Postfix and Fetchmail run on my server, and then forward all mail
(including what fetch mail receives) and send it to my workstation. If this
isn't possible (the fetchmail part) I can set that up to run on my
workstation. I have read the FAQ's but I just don't know if I am doing
things correctly. If anyone is running this setup, can you possibly post a
snippet of how your main.cf, master.cf, and transport files are configured?
Thanks and any help would be greatly appreciated.