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Re: mail gui



I disagree. I believe the fedora project needs to come to a consensus
about which MTA or which imap/pop program is the preferred application.
Just because you know an application does not mean it is the best one
for the job. If I make that choice then I risk that the programming will
go unused because other mail programs are preferred. I already know how
to configure several MTAs and imap/pop servers. I am looking to keep the
community effort in place not to push one's agenda.

John Mizell


On Sat, 2004-10-30 at 18:44 +0200, Alexander Dalloz wrote:
> Am Sa, den 30.10.2004 schrieb John Mizell um 18:18:
> 
> > To begin programming one has to know what to program
> > against. Right now no one knows what the perfered mail
> > server is. 
> 
> > John Mizell
> 
> Again, what stands the term "mail server" for you? The preferred MTA is
> certainly that one you are most experienced and knowing about. For the
> IMAP/POP3 server this may be a bit different, because it depends more on
> the environment you want to set up the IMAP/POP3 server for. The feature
> rich Cyrus-IMAPd is the most powerful available on *NIX and can handle
> really large mail user bases. I would think dovecot does not scale that
> good and has less capabilities.
> 
> Alexander
> 
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