Use POP3 on a remote catch-all mailbox for local delivery
You might already have a remote POP-3 mailbox that handles all your mail. When you setup Group-Office in your office it can be very useful to save the remote mail in local mailboxes so you don't have to buy a lot of diskspace at your mail provider and you get optimal speed when reading the mail. For this setup we assume you have installed the Debian / Ubuntu package "groupoffice-mailserver" or you configured your mailserver manually like described in the page Mailserver.
First setup yourdomain.com in Group-Office at the E-mail domains (postfixadmin) module. Configure all mailboxes.
Note: Use the real domain and no fake domain on the group-office server. Otherwise the mail will loop infinitely. Fetchmail will try to deliver to the real domain.
After that install fetchmail:
apt-get install fetchmail
edit /etc/default/fetchmail and change:
Create or edit /etc/fetchmailrc:
poll mailserverof.provider.com localdomains yourmaildomain.com envelope X-Envelope-To user firstname.lastname@example.org with pass yourpassword to * here smtphost localhost limit 20480000 #Make sure the limit is set to the max message size of postfix. Otherwise it can result in fetchmail trying to get the message forever and waste resources!
Change the permissions:
chmod 0710 /etc/fetchmailrc chown root:root /etc/fetchmailrc
Now start the deamon:
You should see some info in /var/log/mail.info.
You can find more information and configuration examples in the Fetchmail manual