[CentOS] CentOS Email Wiki and/or mailing list

Sat Mar 1 15:35:50 UTC 2008
David G. Miller <dave at davenjudy.org>

Anne Wilson <cannewilson at googlemail.com> wrote:

> On Friday 29 February 2008 17:35:25 John Hinton wrote:
>> > This would certainly be a great start. As I see it, a mailsystem Wiki
>> > should have some specific divisions itself. One would be 'General' and
>> > then it would likely need 'Sendmail', 'Postfix', 'Qmail' areas. I'm just
>> > thinking out loud here. I've never done anything on a Wiki. I think a
>> > good initial layout however would be important. I'm trying to think
>> > about the gotchas I discover when trying to search for things. It seems
>> > like it always comes up two out of three and therefore isn't relevant.
>> >
> Thinking of organisation, it would need subdivisions for each part of the 
> equation.  I think each entry would benefit from an 'executive summary'. 
> where pros and cons can be quickly evaluation - and I'd put it at the 
> beginning, just after the index.  That way it would be relatively easy to 
> evaluate which alternatives were most likely to suit the purpose.  The main 
> body would probably be a how-to.  How does that sound?
>> > Sounds like I've just volunteered myself to participate in this Wiki!
>> > And yes, I'd be thrilled to!
> I'd be happy to discuss the issues as suited to a family LAN imap server.  I 
> use fetchmail, dovecot, procmail, postfix and kmail for my setup.
sendmail, dspam and dovecot here.  I keep saying I'll post an article to 
my blog about how I got dspam working with Apache 2.2.  I still have 
some testing to do and a few loose ends to tie up before I would say 
it's ready to inflict on others.


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