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sunhux G put forth on 11/12/2010 1:18 AM:
> This routing is done by Cerberus, I can configure Cerberus to grab
> mails from any another location that support POP3
No, it's not.
> Yes, the users can be informed to send their emails to another location
This isn't a solution.
I've done my best to try to help you, but it is clear you don't have the
proper background or understand of SMTP mail. You need to talk with,
conference with, have lunch with the email administrator within your
organization. You need to discuss with him/her what you are wanting to
do. That person can help you architect this properly. We can help you
configure the Postfix part and the popper, but you need to get the mail
routed to your server. That does not mean telling users to send to a
new/different email address. It means having the mail administrator
change the routing for the current email address, and assisting you in
setting up the outbound delivery properly on your Postfix/Helpdesk server.