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Can someone please recommend a Linux email application which will handle multiple email boxes.  (Specifically, 5 with 3 alias's for each)
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Hello. I have set up 'fetchmail' to read from multiple mailboxes and then move the mail to 'local' users with 'sendmail'. This system, RedHat 4.2, has sendmail operational so that was automatic. Sendmail will automatically reoute the mail and handle the aliases. Good luck.
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