that's quite easy, just use the --imapserver, --smtpserver and --dbonly flags when creating users. This allows you to use different E-mail servers than the local one. Also note that the --imaplogin option needs to be equal to the remote imap server's credentials of the user and the password must be the same like specified with --password.
Its funny I came to the forums so not to annoy you in IRC and yet here you are again...you are an OX support machine!!!!
I will give it a go today... I am very excited about this product but Im new to mail server technology so i appreciated your support (and time).
I think i have at least 20 customers that would be interested in this product with the extender but i have to get it working on the test server first.
My desired setup is as follows I would like OX to send and recieve emails from a remote pop3 server then store them locally in the OX users mailboxes. Address book, calendaring and other groupware functions done locally via OX (as normal).
I finally got fetchmail to recieve and then transfer messages to OX local users, here is my fetchmail config file (running in daemon mode)
#This file must be set to permissions 0600 and owner fetchmail
set daemon 90;
set postmaster "email@example.com";
poll "mail.tpg.com.au" #my external pop3 mail server
with proto pop3 user "fred" password "itsmysecret"
smtpname "fred.smith@my-oxdomain" keep #this is the local ox account