The objective of the Postfix Enabler project is to allow ordinary Mac users to set up a fully functional buzzword-compliant mail server, in a plain-vanilla OS X Panther machine, in a lot less than time than it takes even a Unix or Linux power user, and we hope to do it the Mac Way.
It sets up SMTP, POP3 and IMAP services, with or without SSL support (it even sets up SSL test certs so you can test the SSL connection). And it also allows you to turn on SASL Authentication so you can connect to ISPs who require you to authenticate the SMTP connection before sending mail. Or, the other way around, it allows you to enable SMTP-AUTH on the server, so you can authenticate remote users who need to send mail through the server.
Plus a few other features, including the ability to set up a roving SMTP server for PowerBook users to send mail wherever they are, whenever they want, so long as they have an Internet connection. And all without needing to know Unix or pico or whatever.
What's new in this version:
Added the ability to look into the mail log, get a summary of the active Postfix configuration, and append custom Postfix parameters to that provided by the user interface.