i would like to know if it is possible to get a feature, that Djigzo
is using two different outputs (e.g. different port) for local and
remote destinations. The reason is that this would much simplify the
use of a additional virus-scan. Incoming decrypted e-mail should go to
virus scan but outgoing encrypted for sure not.
I'm aware that i can achieve it with a lot of Postfix tweaking and
routing but as dijgzo already *knows* what incoming and outgoing is it
would be much easier.
I'm trying to find a solution for signing all outgoing messages for a
sender regardless of who the recipient is. I don't require encryption,
only an S/MIME signature. I thought Djigzo was the answer, but it
appears that it takes action based on the recipient of the message, not
the sender. Adding each recipient to Djigzo is not practical when I
have a mailing list of thousands of recipients, and doesn't seem to make
sense for signing without encryption... am I misunderstanding how Djigzo
Any help would be appreciated. Thanks!
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