MailServe for High Sierra
Step 1—Sending Mail to other Mail Servers, using the Outgoing Panel
Step 2—Receiving Mail from other Mail Servers
Step 3—Setting up POP3 and/or IMAP Servers using Dovecot
Step 4—Setting up Fetchmail
Step 5—Spam Filtering & Mail User Accounts Management
The Mail Log
The Mail Queue
11.0 October 2nd 2017. MailServe for High Sierra released.
11.0.1 October 5th 2017. This version installs SSL libraries inside /usr/local/ssl, to allow MailServe’s dovecot server to work, because the system-provided ssl libraries are no longer accessible by 3rd party apps.
11.0.2 October 7th 2017. Moved the SSL libraries used by the mail server (set up by MailServe) inside /usr/local/cutedge from /usr/local/ssl, so that it doesn’t clash with custom ssl libraries that the user might already have installed in /usr/local/. To complete this update (from previous versions of MailServe for High Sierra), the user has to do a De-Install from MailServe’s Help menu (save your config first, so that you can quickly reload the existing config), and then restart all mail services.