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.
11.0.3 March 2nd 2018. Added an ability to set the maximum number of Dovecot login processes. The default number is 128, but some sites may have an unusually high number of user accounts, which requires Dovecot and Postfix to have a consequently higher number for the login process count limit. Each user account might need three login processes, coming from one single machine. But users might login from more than one device. And some machines might have been set up to have more than one user account logging in to the mail server concurrently. So you try to estimate the maximum possible number of concurrent user login processes needed and enter that into the new Dovecot "Login Max Processes Count" field.