mail server setup
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Wed Jan 6 15:33:33 EST 2016
Exim is another nice, more powerful and more complicated alternative to
postfix, and does not need amavis for both spam/antivirus, although it
uses spamassassin/clamav normally. It can also interface with dovecot.
W dniu 06.01.2016 o 21:08, John G Heim pisze:
> Yeah, Tyler's list is pretty much the standard.
> 1. postfix for smtp
> 2. dovecot for imap
> 3. spamassassin, amavis and clamav for spam and virus filtering
> I am not sure there is as much of a standard choice for web mail. We
> use something called horde. It is really fully featured but it took me
> a heckuva long time to set up originally.
> On 01/06/2016 01:53 PM, Littlefield, Tyler wrote:
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>> On 1/6/2016 2:49 PM, Juan Hernandez wrote:
>>> Hi All,
>>> I wanted to setup my own mail server for my domains.
>> This is a really nice idea, but it can take a lot of work.
>>> I wanted to know what you guys recommended for setups?
>>> I need webmail, imap, virtual domains, spam/antivirus protection,
>> I use postfix for the MTA, it uses dovecot for SASL. I use amavis-new
>> to check inbound and outbound mails for spam/antivirus and that uses
>> clamavd and spamassassin. For webmail, you could use squirrel mail or
>> roundcube (not sure of how accessible the latter is).
>>> I was reading a site, and I came across citadel groupware and liked
>>> its features. Have any of you ever set it up?
>>> Any advise will be greatly appreciated.
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