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Re: Books



Hi,

       What is WebMin??

Mark

Karl Pearson wrote:

> I prefer sendmail because I took the time to read the Nutshell book on it.
> Besides, it's free. Okay, not the whole book, just the parts that fixed
> what I was trying to do. Now I need to learn how to use procmail . . .
>
> I've managed an email server for the better part of 5 years on Linux
> (Slackware first, then Redhat) with less than an hour of unscheduled
> downtime. Actually, if I hadn't messed with ps2pdf and run my system out
> of memory, I could state truthfully that I had 0 minutes of unscheduled
> downtime. Sendmail is my server of choice. You still have a decision to
> make and my opinion really doesn't affect that. Sendmail is not real user
> friendly, however with the advent of tools like WebMin, it's much easier.
>
> Have fun.
>
> Karl L. Pearson
> Senior uniVerse Database Analyst
> Senior Unix/NT/Win Analyst
> karlp colubs com
>
> On Wed, 3 May 2000, Mark Lo wrote:
>
> -->Date: Wed, 03 May 2000 06:55:23 +0800
> -->From: Mark Lo <markloky netvigator com>
> -->Resent-from: redhat-install-list redhat com
> -->To: "redhat-install-list redhat com" <redhat-install-list redhat com>
> -->Subject: Books
> -->
> -->Hi,
> -->
> -->    Can anyone give me some advice of which mail server should I adopt.
> -->Sendmail or qmail.  I am not able to get the two running properly,
> -->doesn't have any cues.  Which one is more user friendly?  Any
> -->suggestions for Sendmail Books or qmail Books.
> -->
> -->
> -->Thank You.
> -->
> -->Mark Lo
> -->
> -->
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