MailServe for Mojave
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
12.0 October 2nd 2018. MailServe for Mojave released. The current Postfix version on macOS Mojave is 3.2.2. MailServe includes a new Dovecot binary, version 2.2.36 (1f10bfa63). The Fetchmail version is still 6.3.26+SSL but this is the very latest version.
12.0.1 October 3rd 2018. This version sets the Postfix parameter "smtpd_tls_security_level=may” instead of “encrypt” in master.cf so that the mail server will not insist that clients must commuicate with it via SSL On the client, in Mail.app, set “Allow insecure authentication” to on, for both the Incoming and Outgoinig Mail Server, if you want Mail.app to communicate with the mail server without SSL (e.g., if you don’t have an SSL certificate). To get this new functionality, there’s no need to do a De-Install. Just do a Restart Mail Server.
12.0.2 October 4th 2018. Added a “Use Plain Login” checkbox to the Outgoing Panel (to the outgoing smtp relay host parameters). This is needed, e.g., if the relay host is smtp.gmail.com, which requires the password authentication mechanism to be of type “plain”, or some such similar smtp servers. If you’re having trouble authenticating with a relay host, try with this option set.