Install maildir-utils and use to parse the files and write a json. Use to eliminate bad characters who do not fit into your charset. Some (windows) mail clients (outlook?) put an CRLF at the end of to, cc, bcc or subject , so do something like an Elasticsearch will not accept json files encapsulated in […]
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mhonarc -single < mbox > mbox.html
sudo -u userwhowantshismails mailx <<<$(echo “type 1”) It writes a mbox file into this users home. On some systems you should put this user into the unix mail group.
# zammad run rails c > Setting.get(‘html_email_css_font’) > Setting.set(‘html_email_css_font’, “font-family:’Helvetica Neue’, Helvetica, Arial, Geneva, sans-serif; font-size: 13px;”)
… connected to an ALCATEL PBX apt-get update apt-get -y dist-upgrade apt-get -y install rdate rsync mc glances nloadm locate ncdu mailutils apt-get -y install asterisk systemctl enable asterisk Add routes to your main PBX dpkg-reconfigure exim4-config Do some config stuff: Your extensions.conf: [general] [incoming] exten => 500,1,VoiceMailMain() exten => 500,2,HangUp() exten => 500,3,PlayBack(vm-goodbye) […]
Use the already installed smtpd. /etc/mail/smtpd.conf: accept for local alias accept from local for any relay via smtp.mydomain.org