We need qmail installed on our Red Hat 6.2 server, in place of sendmail (which is running now)
[url removed, login to view] with big dns-patch and standard packages
qmail-pop3d with vpopmail/vchkpw
fastfoward (for /etc/aliases support)
dot-forward (for .forward support)
daemontools and ucspi-tcp
qmail init scripts (for starting and stopping qmail)
All avaliable patches
I beleive that we have all of the packages listed above already uploaded. I understand that there is an rpm for qmail, but we have not located it. If there are any packages required for our needs, which are not listed above, we will need them to be provided with the install and config.
We have about 10 pop accounts (1 per domain) on the machine now. If this change will affect their functionality, then additionally we need to make them work.
Also, if this is not part of qmail's default setup, we would like for mail from one individual domain to reflect that domain as the source.
Currently, our server is [url removed, login to view], and our primary domain is jmaxdirect.com.
When we deliver mail from [url removed, login to view], we wish the mail to appear to come from infomaster.targetplanet.net. I think what I mean is that we want a virtual mailserver for that domain.
Last, we wish to receive basic instruction on how (and where) to modify qmail's default config. We want to expand the number of connections made to increase the mailing speed, as well as to change the default values for queue time, and number of retries, etc...
And basic instructions on how and where to add multiple pop accounts to a domain. Right now, we have a catchall setup for each domain, but we would like to assign multiple email accounts to different users on some of these domains.
qmail should have relaying turned OFF, and only deliver mail for our scripts residing on the system, or for a user logged in via SSH.
1) Complete and fully-functional working program(s) in executable form as well as complete source code of all work done.
2) Installation package that will install the software (in ready-to-run condition) on the platform(s) specified in this bid request.
3) Complete ownership and distribution copyrights to all work purchased.
Red Hat Linux 6.2, for SMTP and POP Mail