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    IPCOP/COPFILTER...need help
    IPCOP/COPFILTER...need help Hey all! I just created an IPCOP firewall with THREE network interfaces - Green, Orange and Red. IP Settings set as below: GREEN - 192.168.1.1 - Leasing DHCP 192.168.1.2-16 ORANGE - 192.168.10.1 RED - Getting IP from cable modem Then I uploaded COPFILTER with SCP protocol and then SHH'd on the firewall and performed the install. Everything worked like a charm from the beginning till the end. Then after rebooting the COPFILTER section came up and noticed that I had to set an SMTP server to act as an email notification server. Now this is where I got stuck... Does anybody know how I can create a mail server capable of sending/receiving from over the Internet and running on default ports 110/25. As for SMTP(out) shouldnt be a problem, but I am not sure if it can be done with POP3(in). I downloaded a freeware software which emulates as an SMTP server (http://www.softstack.com) but still cant make much sense of it. In simple words: How can I setup a mail server? not MS exchange, something free... Thanks!!
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    IPCOP/COPFILTER...need help

    Hey all!

    I just created an IPCOP firewall with THREE network interfaces - Green, Orange and Red.

    IP Settings set as below:

    GREEN - 192.168.1.1 - Leasing DHCP 192.168.1.2-16
    ORANGE - 192.168.10.1
    RED - Getting IP from cable modem

    Then I uploaded COPFILTER with SCP protocol and then SHH'd on the firewall and performed the install. Everything worked like a charm from the beginning till the end. Then after rebooting the COPFILTER section came up and noticed that I had to set an SMTP server to act as an email notification server. Now this is where I got stuck...

    Does anybody know how I can create a mail server capable of sending/receiving from over the Internet and running on default ports 110/25. As for SMTP(out) shouldnt be a problem, but I am not sure if it can be done with POP3(in). I downloaded a freeware software which emulates as an SMTP server (http://www.softstack.com) but still cant make much sense of it.

    In simple words: How can I setup a mail server? not MS exchange, something free...

    Thanks!!

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