Opinion on mail server setup
mwm-dated-1050763422.d2a472 at mired.org
Mon Apr 14 07:43:45 PDT 2003
In <3E9A0A28.9020204 at cream.org>, Andrew Boothman <andrew at cream.org> typed:
> to do, and how all the different parts fit together. You'll be astounded
> when you see how many configuration options postfix has......
For that reason, you may want to consider qmail. It doesn't have a ton
of configuration options. It comes with a POP3 server, and
configuration is straightforward with the documentation provided in
the port. The hardest part was converting the old sendmail-based stuff
over to use qmail. Postfix shines there, but wasn't available when I
did the conversion.
Mike Meyer <mwm at mired.org> http://www.mired.org/consulting.html
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