[CentOS] Replacing my Scalix mail server

Per Qvindesland per at norhex.com
Tue Mar 17 21:23:20 UTC 2009


Well if you want to install QMT in a snap (about 30 minuts and no various
scripts install) then download the full iso with centos in the bottom and
really simple configuration steps from here http://qmtiso.com/

Regards
Per Qvindesland


On 3/17/09 9:14 PM, "Dnk" <d.k.emaillists at gmail.com> wrote:

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> On 17-Mar-09, at 1:07 PM, Robert Moskowitz <rgm at htt-consult.com> wrote:
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>> Per Qvindesland wrote:
>>> If your not to picky on calendar sharing and the other sharing
>>> options I can
>>> really recommend Qmailtoaster http://qmailtoaster.com/, rock solid
>>> piece of
>>> mail server with a really good web admin interface and a second to
>>> none
>>> support.
>>> 
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>> AH yes, Daniel's qmail. But this looks like a number of separate
>> pieces
>> that you put together yourself.
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>> Calendaring is not important, and actually I am looking at what
>> amahi.org has for my home.
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> The qmailtoaster works GREAT. Putting it together is a snap.
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> The installation scrips do the bulk of the work.
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> So if looking for a good email server without the calendaring, have a
> look. Highly recommend the spamdyke add on. Great span option.
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>>> Regards
>>> Per Qvindesland
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>>> On 3/17/09 8:24 PM, "Robert Moskowitz" <rgm at htt-consult.com> wrote:
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>>>> IPv6 support
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