Postfix Enabler
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Enables postfix SMTP servers on OS X 10.3/10.4.   Shareware ($9.99)
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Postfix Enabler helps Mac users set up a totally functional, buzzword-compliant mail server in less than a minute, the Mac way! It sets up SMTP, POP3 and IMAP services, with or without SSL support. It even sets up SSL test certs so that you can test the SSL connection. It enables SASL Authentication so you can connect to ISPs who require the SMTP connection to be authenticated. Or, the other way around, it allows you to turn on SMTP-AUTH on the server, so that you can authorise remote users who need to send mail through it.

Plus, it has a few other features, including the
What's New
Version 1.2.2:
  • Added a radio button (the Relay Mail button in the Mail Server panel) for the user to make sure that the server is not acting as an Open Relay when it's placed directly on a broadband line, as opposed to being behind a router or Airport Base Station.
Requirements
Intel/PPC, Mac OS X 10.3.9 or later



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tomem reviewed on 27 Nov 2006
I was taken aback by the lack of a demo, but for $10 it seemed worthwhile when the compared to either $399 for a commercial product or burying one's head in pages of procedures for the weekend. It was up and running in 5 minutes and the online documentation is written at just the right level. There is even a helpful tool for relaying through your ISP mail server when that is required... I have yet to explore IMAP, but that really makes sense for one's own mail server, doesn't it!

Recommended.
[Version 1.2.2]


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yoder commented on 11 Jan 2006
Excellent product. Saved my butt in an emergency.

I wasn't at all sure that it would even work at first and I was pretty sure that I'd just wasted $10, but 5 minutes after installing it I had a working mail server.

Highly recommended.
[Version 1.1.6]


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Anonymous reviewed on 20 Nov 2005
Great program! After purchasing it, I was able to set up Postfix and IMAP easily and efficiently. Not only does Postfix Enabler make setting up Postfix relatively simple, it has a lot of advanced features to help finely tune the settings.

The developer is incredibly helpful and responsive.

If you need help setting up Postfix, this is the program to get.
[Version 1.1.6]


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Anonymous reviewed on 02 Nov 2005
it solved a problem, now I can send mail from anywhere.

easy to set up, great software. Way to go
[Version 1.1.6]


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Anonymous reviewed on 24 Sep 2005
This is not a demo !! This is the actual "product" being labled as a demo ... if you dont pay, you don't get jack s--t. Who wants to $10 for something you cann't check of first ?!

Smells like a rip off ...
[Version 1.1.6]


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Anonymous reviewed on 22 Sep 2005
I've been messing 'round with a dynamic DNS service and postfix/imap server. I had one running (after a rather long and unpleasant struggle, being a complete n00b at that sort of thing). So, when I decided to start from scratch with my new Mini I thought I'd give Postfix Enabler a shot. Very easy to set up, and works out of the bag. It took me about 15 minutes to get working, mostly due to experiments with settings.
[Version 1.1.6]


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Anonymous reviewed on 07 Aug 2005
I first used the Panther version of this little gem with zero problems. When I converted to a beta version of Tiger it no longer worked and I was back to fiddling with SMTP settings on my wandering PowerBook. I jumped at the Tiger version as soon as Bernard said it was stable.

If you want to be able to send mail from pretty much anywhere, this is it. Ten bucks for software that actually solves a problem. What a concept!
[Version 1.1.6]


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Anonymous reviewed on 17 Jul 2005
Pay to this launch app without even seeing it working ? And it is just changing some settings for a free piece of software.

You gotta be joking. I have never seen anything so stupid or greedy. That is a new low.
[Version 1.1.6]


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Anonymous reviewed on 02 Jun 2005
Even after you have paid in order to launch the application, you are confronted with a "Donation" button with paypal. Shareware? Far from it
[Version 1.1.6]


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Anonymous reviewed on 24 May 2005
Good software. Works like a charm. The main problem with it is that there is a catch-22 when you are ordering your serial number if you use your personal server for your paypal adress: you can't get the serial without a working mail server, and you can't turn on the mail server without the serial...
[Version 1.1.6]


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Downloads:24,687
Version Downloads:11,519
Type:Internet : Servers
License:Shareware
Date:05 May 2006
Platform:PPC 32 / Intel 32 / OS X
Price: $9.99
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Postfix Enabler helps Mac users set up a totally functional, buzzword-compliant mail server in less than a minute, the Mac way! It sets up SMTP, POP3 and IMAP services, with or without SSL support. It even sets up SSL test certs so that you can test the SSL connection. It enables SASL Authentication so you can connect to ISPs who require the SMTP connection to be authenticated. Or, the other way around, it allows you to turn on SMTP-AUTH on the server, so that you can authorise remote users who need to send mail through it.

Plus, it has a few other features, including the ability to set up a roving SMTP server for PowerBook users to send mail wherever they are, whenever they want, so long as they have an Internet connection.


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