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Configuring An Email Gateway With Scrollout F1 Anti-Spam & DLP

Email gateway installed between Internet and the email server.to protect the email server by filtering incoming messages, via SMTP protocol, from Internet an email gateway may be used as an outgoing gateway in case you want to add some new email features as Secondary a quality improvement for message delivery

Basic Configuration

CONNECT

Set the network connection: IP address, subnet mask, gateway and DNS.

TRAFFIC

mention your domains and the responsible email server for each domain. The servers can have same value in case you are using one email server for multiple domains.

for receiving emails gateway system will become responsible Optionally the gateway for sending outgoing messages DKIM signature and the values that are necessary to be used in your DNS server for each domain. In case that your email servers are using IP addresses different than standard intranet CIDR (10.0.0.0/8, 192.168.0.0/24, 172.16.0.0/12) you must mention the range or IP in CIDR format by clicking “DKIM”

SECURITY

set the aggressiveness by clicking on a number between 1 and 10

COUNTRIES

Set the geographical area in which you have business

COLLECT

two roles of SPAM & LEGIT

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How To Migrate Mailboxes Between IMAP Servers With imapcopy

imapcopy lets you copy recursively all email messages and folders from one imap account to another. It supports the protocols imap and imaps.

1 Preliminary Note
two Debian or Ubuntu servers here (the procedure should be the same for other distributions, only the installation of Java – which is required by imapcopy – will differ):

server1.example.com (source)
server2.example.com (target)

I want to migrate the mailbox sales@example.com (username: sales@example.com, password: secret) on server1.example.com to the mailbox sales@example.com on server2.example.com (username and password are the same as on server1.example.com).

A note for Ubuntu users:

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How To Migrate Mailboxes Between IMAP Servers With IMAP TOOLS

IMAP TOOLS is a collection of Perl scripts that allow you to do various tasks with IMAP servers and also POP3 servers. In this article I will focus on the scripts imapcopy.pl (copies messages and mailboxes from one IMAP server to another) and pop3toimap.pl (copies POP3 messages to an IMAP server). Both scripts support SSL. If you specify port 993 (995 for POP3) then an SSL connection is initiated. If the port number is 143 (110 for POP3) then it will try a non-SSL connection. With any other value the port will be tested to see if it supports SSL. If so, SSL will be used to make the connection; otherwise a non-SSL connection will be made

1 Preliminary Note
I’m using two servers here:

server1.example.com (source)
server2.example.com (target)

I want to migrate the mailbox sales@example.com (username: sales@example.com, password: secret) on server1.example.com to the mailbox sales@example.com on server2.example.com (username and password are the same as on server1.example.com).

2 Before We Start
both mailboxes to see what’s in them (you can do this with an email client such as Outlook, Thunderbird, or a web-based email client such as SquirrelMail – I’m using SquirrelMail here)

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