MailServe for Mavericks
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
7.0 October 23rd 2013. MailServe for Mavericks released.
7.0.1 October 26th 2013. Updated MailServe for Mavericks with the latest versions of Dovecot (version 2.2.6) and Fetchmail (version 6.3.26+SSL). The Postfix version is 2.9.4. Users of the original 7.0 release of MailServe for Mavericks can get these latest binaries by doing a De-Install from the Help menu. Save your config first using the File menu. Then after doing the De-Install, quit and come back to MailServe for Mavericks, open your saved config, and then restart all your mail services. You’ll be running the latest Dovecot and Fetchmail.
7.0.2 October 30th 2013. LDAP support for Mavericks is broken. I can’t make LDAP authentication work. I’ve dropped support for LDAP authentication in MailServe for Mavericks until I can make it work again. Other than that, this version adds a new “Send Email Report” checkbox to the SpamBayes options for users who wish to opt out from receiving the SpamBayes training job report whenever SpamBayes has finished doing its spam training run.