Question regarding IMAP & SMTP Proxy
matthieu at matelau.fr
Wed Dec 12 14:49:18 MSK 2007
Thanks for this reply... in fact I owuld only have 2/3 connections no more.
simple thing for me would be SSH tunneling but unfortunately, it's very unstable on the connection type I use, that's why I was searching in the Proxies world.
Anyway if you say yourself that nginx would be difficult to configure for this, I'll seek for something else.
Thanks very much !
Igor Sysoev a e'crit :
> On Wed, Dec 12, 2007 at 12:09:08PM +0100, Matthieu Sevestre wrote:
>> I'm new to Nginx. I'm facing a problem and perhaps nginx may be able to
>> help me :)
>> Considering that Nginx will run on a server (let's say with LAN IP
>> 192.168.2.10), I would like to be able to use as server setting in my
>> - IMAP server: 192.168.2.10 / nginx listen port #1
>> - SMTP server: 192.168.2.10 / nginx listen port #2
>> Final IMAP/SMTP servers to access are:
>> - IMAP: imap.gmail.com through SSL (port #993)
>> - SMTP: smtp.gmail.com through port #25
>> Will Nginx be able to "forward" my requests correctly or did I
>> misunderstood its capabilities ?
>> If Nginx is able to do this, could you help me to configure it please
>> because after having a look to the wiki, I did not found anything related
>> to the use I wish :) ?
> You probably may use nginx in this way, however, it will be complex setup:
> you need authorization server, that will route your sessions to gmail.
> The main purpose of mail proxy is handling thousands of incoming sessions:
> If you have tens or so sessions you do not need nginx.
> Try to look something else.
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