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I have a staging server for several projects that tend to be exact copy of production server (hardware and installed software)

projects may send emails to some real addresses, and I want to avoid this by setting up some SMTP server that will forward all mail to a single configured email address

So the goal is that any message that is sent from this server (by any software) will be forwarded to a one configured email address

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Your questions seems to be cut off. – Oliver Salzburg Apr 26 '12 at 14:18

exim4 can do this if you configure it to send all outgoing email to a smarthost. I'm sure others can as well.

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