[GRLUG] Mail server setup help needed
geektoyz at gmail.com
Tue Feb 13 02:05:20 EST 2007
Well, internally I use
with some serious dns blocking and a daily updated list of domain
blocks injected into postfix.
I use "zoneedit.com" at home and "ez-update" on debian for dynamic dns
and setup squirrelmail once (a loooooong time ago). I can't/won't
travel, but can help with what I can over the grlug list - as well as
many others here - as you've seen. First, decide which smtp and
pop/imap services to run. I hear that qmail and exim are lightning
fast, but complicated as hell to setup. Cyrus-imap is pretty cool
too. With Horde/IMP you can use Cyrus-IMAP's "sieve" scripting so
your users can configure their own "vacation reply, filters, forwards"
etc. over the web interface. Cyrus and postfix also support users
from a MySQL db, but my attempts (two years ago) always resulted in
unmatched data coming back. DB's are not my strong suit. ;-)
Blah, blah. Blah, blah. Blah, blah, blah, blah... Okay, 2am,
On 2/12/07, Marc Zuverink <mzuverink at gmail.com> wrote:
> Greg Folkert wrote:
> > On Mon, 2007-02-12 at 18:30 -0500, Marc Zuverink wrote:
> >> Marc Zuverink wrote:
> >>> I live in the Holland area, am running Ubuntu Edgy. I am looking for
> >>> someone to help me create a full fledged mail server on a home box,
> >>> utilizing dyndns, spamassassin, other sppam tools and Squirrelmail.
> >>> If you are in the area and willing to give it a go, please reply.
> >> Kinda loooking for someone in my area to stop by and walk me through it.
> > My rate is $135/hr, how long can you afford...
> > Hahaha.
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> I was looking more in the direction of beer and pizza, maybe some
> companionship...ha haha
> Marc Zuverink <mzuverink at gmail.com>
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