emails of multiple domain on one IMAP server

Sueveges Gyoergy georg at
Mon Apr 25 05:02:38 EDT 2005

>>> to fetch mail from a server you can use fetchmail and hand that mail  
>>> to cyrus. I am not sure if you can hand it directly to cyrus or pass  
>>> it first to an MTA like postfix which delivers email to cyrus.
>>> Ulf
>> Assuming you have no "intermediary" processing via Postfix that you  
>> actually want to happen (for virus scans or what have you), Fetchmail  
>> can deliver directly to cyrus via lmtp.  That's how I have it setup  
>> here...
> Hi,
>   Thnx
>   It works now with lmtp :) But now I'd like to deliver the incoming  
> mail not to the INBOX, but to another folder. Can I do it with this  
> solution? Can procmail be used in this case (without postfix)?
> By the way I tried it also through postfix, but the mail was always  
> bounced:
> fetchmail
> poll 'server' protocol POP3
> user 'x' there with password 'x' is test here warnings 3600....
>   So I have the user test on the cyrus server (auth throug ldap)
> But it wasn't delivered to cyrus throug postfix
> mail log
> Apr 22 15:27:30 wien postfix/smtp[30108]: CF2BD164E1:
> to=<test at>, orig_to=<test at localhost>,
> delay=1, status=bounced (host[] said:
> 550 unrouteable address: test at (in reply
> to RCPT TO command))
> So I don't know how I can do so that the domain (sprcified in the  
> isn't appended to the test user...
> Or what did I do wrong?
> Thnx

Oh yes, I read that for the fetchmail also the procmail can be set. And  
for the procmail the cyrus :))


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