On 12/05/2012 02:29 PM, Les Mikesell wrote: > On Wed, Dec 5, 2012 at 12:12 PM, Robert Moskowitz <rgm at htt-consult.com> wrote: >>> Look at ClearOS. I haven't used it beyond installing in a test VM, >>> but it looks like it would be a suitable SME replacement with a more >>> up to date code base. >> >> What distro is it based on? A quick browse through the website did not yield >> this info. I am going to have to get on their forums to see if they can >> provide my Win server needs, which are not so much... > The previous version was based on CentOS 5 code. I believe that for > the current version they did their own RHEL rebuild due to the delays > in the Centos release - and ended up taking even longer. I will then check to see if it offers the functions I need. > >> As for mail, I will have to look at it. I looked at Zarafa a couple years >> ago, and can't remember why I rejected it. > I haven't looked that recently - the older versions used postfix with > cyrus or dovecot - and you could do a certain amount of fiddling with > the underlying configs yourself. I have a postfix/mysql/... server built by following something like this: http://library.linode.com/email/postfix/courier-mysql-fedora-12 I like postfix and mysql. I have been working on this today, and it looks like most of the pieces are now there. the postfix built in Centos 6 is showing mysql support, so I am hoping I do not have to build it from srpm, as in the past. I have a few more steps to complete for testing this out.