[SunHELP] Re: sendmail using microsoft exchange mail server
Alexander Ulmer (FH)
alexander.ulmer at fh-vorarlberg.ac.at
Sun Mar 10 17:49:24 CST 2002
There are some differences between the 'normal' (compile from source)
sendmail version and the solaris version, but there is a pretty good howto
on doing this on http://www.sendmail.org and there's also a link for the
differencies on solaris at
But I guess the hint for taking postfix is not a bad idea.
----- Original Message -----
From: <rmolugurk at yahoo.com>
To: <sunhelp at sunhelp.org>
Sent: Monday, March 11, 2002 12:05 AM
Subject: Re: [SunHELP] Re: sendmail using microsoft exchange mail server
> Sorry for not being specific.
> I just need to setup mail so that people can get and
> send their e-mail.
> I will probably need to configure a POP3 and / or IMAP
> Address book/calender features are not needed.
> So, how can I do this ?
> --- Will Yardley <william+sun at hq.newdream.net> wrote:
> > rmolugurk at yahoo.com wrote:
> > >
> > > I need to setup e-mail on Sun Solaris
> > machines(solaris 7 and 8) using
> > > sendmail (or whatever it is) which should use our
> > existing MS windows
> > > based microsoft exchange server as e-mail server.
> > >
> > > How can I do this ?. Any help is greatly
> > appreciated.
> > well that's not a very specific question. what
> > exactly do you need the
> > machine to do?
> > i'd personally recommend removing the sun sendmail
> > packages and
> > installing sendmail from source (or better yet,
> > postfix -
> > www.postfix.org).
> > i'm sure the people on this list can help if you
> > describe more
> > thoroughly what you're trying to do. for instance
> > do you need to setup
> > ldap for address book information? do you just need
> > to setup mail and
> > POP3 / IMAP? sendmail is only an MTA, so you'll
> > probably need to
> > configure a POP3 and / or IMAP server so that people
> > can get their mail.
> > do you need to use the M$ exchange calendar features
> > and stuff? i don't
> > think there's a good way to do that on Solaris right
> > now.
> > --
> > Will Yardley
> > william @ newdream . net
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