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Re: Mail Services

Am Do, den 15.09.2005 schrieb Randall J. Berry um 3:08:

> Thanks Alex,

You are welcome.

> What would you recomend for a pop server? I've fooled around with 
> Exim/Sendmail/Postfix before and I am leaning toward Exim but as for POP 
> servers I've not tried one yet to become familure. I'm not sure which 
> one I should use I've done some brief searches and found a few 
> possibilities but have not installed any yet as I'm still undecided.

Well, it depends on your needs (wishes) and the amount of mail to handle
on local mail server. I like the power of Cyrus-IMAPd (available through
Fedora Extras). It is a bit more complicated to configure. Fedora Core
ships dovecot, which is an improvement to the old uw-imapd. dovecot is
small and a good choice for smaller or mid-range mail storage/access
servers. If you choose to store in Maildir format even a bit larger
mailboxes can be quick.


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