fgildred at mac.com
Thu Aug 11 09:09:41 GMT 2005
This should serve you well;
Good documentation, the author has experience with large installs
such as you desire and there is an active mailing list. It includes
web based management tools for the mail side of everything as well.
On Aug 10, 2005, at 3:34 PM, David J. Orman wrote:
> Working on a project that is going to require some pretty nifty
> setups. I'm not too familiar with things on this scale so I need some
> input, if at all possible.
> I'm looking at setting up thousands of accounts, across multiple
> servers. Most will require: email and webhosting. Some database
> accounts, but not nearly as many as email/hosting.
> Well, I need a solution that would allow me to create users in some
> centralized location, and have the servers access that. It would start
> off as just two servers, one for mail one for web, and then maybe
> another server for whatever method the user accounts are stored/used.
> So, pretty much, virtual accounts on the servers for both mail/web. I
> really don't know how to go about this, any suggestions would be
> welcomed! I looked at CPanel and H-Sphere and DirectAdmin and etc, but
> it's not for me.
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