Zitat von Manuel Faux <Manuel.Faux(a)securesolutions.at>at>:
I do not really understand how Postfix routes the mail to Djigzo via
the UNIX socket and the TCP port 10025. I understand that James
listens to port 10025 and Postfix will deliver the mails to this
port (as a content filter), Djigzo reinjects the mails back to the
Postfix queue by passing them to smtpd on port 10026. Is this
correct? What exactly does the UNIX socket do?
Why do you want to use a UNIX socket at all? Djigzo uses integrated
James which speak (E)SMTP using TCP/IP to localhost or some other
destination. While you might be able to uses a UNIX socket there is no
need to do so.