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Am 26.01.2012 21:54, schrieb Matteo Cazzador:
> Hello, i'va a particular question about mail server.
> Suppose a customer have more than one locations
> in different geographic sites, each one with a mail server with the same
> Is it possible to forward every user mail to every locations mail
> servers ? i think it's possible,
with postfix and transport
or with a lda/lmtp and perhaps ldap/sql home/mail direction
> i like to do it with a single node mail server extrernal from locations,
> that forward to every location mail server.
> My customer receive big mail so i don't want to use vpn from locations
> to consult it.
> But i've a problem.
> Is it possibile to consult user mail in one location on specific
> location mail server using imap.
using some imap proxy , loadbalancing etc
> The difficult is how i can propagate to every mail server action that
> users made.
> Example: if user in location one read mail on server one, i want that in
> server two the same mail result read and not new.
as long its the same storage imap server should do locking
> Is it possible to do so with a specific postfix imap configuration?
> Like an imap cluster? i can't use nfs or virtual disk.
perhap cluster filesystems ?
> Thank's a lot
i think mostly possible but not easy, and is to much
for answering short on this list, try cross post dovecot mail list
perhaps you should consider hire somebody for consult and setup
-- Best Regards MfG Robert Schetterer Germany/Munich/Bavaria