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Re: [vox-tech] Linux email server
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Re: [vox-tech] Linux email server

I use and recommend Postfix for mail transport.  Mostly
sendmail-compatible, easy and secure, comes with RH.

Do you mean IMAP instead of MAPI?  I usually install
Courier-IMAP for clients; it would need to be custom
compiled, and requires setting Postfix for Maildir-style
mail storage.

Rod Roark, Sunset Systems     http://www.sunsetsystems.com/
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remote system administration services.
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On Friday 31 January 2003 10:37 am, Ehrhart, Jay wrote:
> I am in the "looking for" stage of looking for the best (the best fit
> for my needs) mail server.  Qmail has been talked about.
> I work for Yolo county schools and I need a mail server that can handle
> about 400 accounts.
> Requirements:
> It needs to run on Red Hat Linux
> Free is a big plus
> Relatively easy to install, configure and maintain
> Support MAPI and POP3
> Any suggestions, experiences, thoughts?
> I am currently running Red Hat servers with MRTG, DNS, Apache and snort.
> Much more stable than Windows and no rebooting.
> Thanks,
> Jay

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