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    Default Using UUCP as the transport for mail.

    Hi Guys
    I have one more question:
    My ISP uses UUCP as mail delivery method. Can anybody give me a pointer how to set this up for Zimbra?

    Kind regards
    Aubrey Kloppers
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    wow.
    you would need to research how to do this with postfix, then adapt it to Zimbra.
    really uucp? really?
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    Quote Originally Posted by cyber7 View Post
    I have one more question:
    My ISP uses UUCP as mail delivery method. Can anybody give me a pointer how to set this up for Zimbra?
    As mentioned in the other thread, I don't know much about UUCP but you might find this article a good starting point for your set-up: Postfix and UUCP
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