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Snow Leopard features vastly improved support for autobuddy functionality. The term autobuddy is fairly self descriptive; it allows you to automatically assign buddy members to your users, letting you prepopulate their buddy list. Autobuddy functionality in 10.6 is accessed through the Groups Pane of Server Preferences application and provides you with the ability to assign autobuddy population based on group membership, which works out very well. Once configured, user s will automatically see Buddy Groups for each group to which they are a member. Figure 5-31 demonstrates the configuration in Server Preferences and the iChat GUI.
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Figure 5-31. Configuring iChat Autobuddy Lists in Server Preferences (back) and the resulting iChat buddy list (front)
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While most enterprises will already have a stable messaging and groupware infrastructure, Mac OS X Server can also be leveraged for much of the same type of functionality. We have already extolled the virtues of the Address Book, iCal, and iChat; Mail rounds out the groupware offerings quite nicely and also enables Push Notification to handheld devices. In environments where an incumbent solution exists for mail, the Mac OS X mail service can provide ancillary messaging services, such as supplemental or archival mail storage, listserv functionality, virus and spam filtering before mail goes into a separate solution, or act as a relay. While the Mac OS X Server s mail service doesn t provide as many services for other platforms as it could, it s not because the services that make up the Mac OS X Server mail service are immature. Mac OS X Server uses Dovecot for the message database (POP and IMAP), Mailman for listservs, and Postfix for mail services (SMTP). These tools, deeply rooted in Unix, go back sometimes decades and are as stable, when used for the appropriate environments, as Microsoft Exchange.
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Setting up Mac OS X Server to be a mail server is much like setting up the other services that have been described. To enable the service, you can use the Server Preferences application. Click on the Mail icon and you will see some simple settings that can be configured for the Mail service (see Figure 5-32). Use the check boxes to enable a few features and then move the slider to the ON position to fire up the service:
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Figure 5-32. Mail Service Server Preferences settings
The features available in Server Preferences are minimal and it is highly likely that any substantial user base will require far more configuration. As usual, you can also use Server Admin to configure the Mail Server, with much more granularity.
Configuring Mail with ServerAdmin
To configure mail services with the Server Admin tool, you must first enable the service in the server overview pane, as described with other services. You can then configure numerous details, as shown in Figure 5-33. Here are the general global settings you can configure:
Domain name: The domain name of the primary mail domain. Host name: The host name of the mail server (defaults to the name entered at the time the server was setup if it has not since been altered). Push Notification Server: Allows the server to be used with the push notification service to provide iPhone compatibility. Enable SMTP: Enables the SMTP service and daemon.
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Allow incoming mail: Enables inbound mail acceptance for configured
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Hold outgoing mail: Do not send outgoing mail until it is manually
released. Relay outgoing mail through host: Relays all mail not destined for local storage through specified server. This option enables an OS X mail server to operate as an intermediate Mail Transfer Agent (MTA), which can be used to route local email to a centralized company SMTP server or to an ISP s SMTP server. The extensibility of the postfix MTA engine means you can use it to provide customized email filtering, which can ultimately be integrated into existing business systems.
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