[CentOS] Anyone use fetchmail for multiple users?
me at prestoncrawford.com
Wed Oct 12 23:44:06 UTC 2005
On Wed, 12 Oct 2005, Craig White wrote:
> On Wed, 2005-10-12 at 16:03 -0700, Preston Crawford wrote:
>> Trying to figure out how to configure it for multiple users. By default
>> CentOS doesn't have a daemon setup if you want to do this.
> I think fetchmail by design wasn't intended to run for anything but a
> single user and you can run many instances for many users.
True. I think my problem in this regard is that I used SuSE for a couple
years and they setup fetchmail as a daemon so I thought this was kosher.
But now that I think about it...
Anyway, I only want to run it for two people. Would I just run both of
them in daemon mode?
> I suppose there have been people who have gotten it to work for a domain
> but generally, you could probably work out a store and forward with your
> ISP and use ETRN to pull in email for an entire domain instead of using
Maybe. We're just individual users, though, so just being able to pop the
email is easier if we can do it.
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