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  1. #11

    Re: mail server


    so does email not work in the same way that a webserver works. In that way that you can access it with the ip of the server or the domain name. What I'm asking is with email does it work if you do foo@1.2.3.4? or does it not because of this mx your talking about?
    Mail doesn't work in exactly the same way.

    Becuase hundreds of users could exist at fooo.bar there has to be some more information going on.

  2. #12
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    Re: mail server

    Hey all,

    I have this:

    a static IP,
    a domain registrar where I can create my own MX records (www.stargate.com),
    a machine ready to go,
    RedHat linux 7.2.

    Where should I start and what should I do ? (I want webmail if possible =))

  3. #13

    Re: mail server


    Hey all,

    I have this:

    a static IP,
    a domain registrar where I can create my own MX records (www.stargate.com),
    a machine ready to go,
    RedHat linux 7.2.

    Where should I start and what should I do ? (I want webmail if possible =))
    I would get courier-mta from www.courier-mta.org

    It's a complete package, MTA, pop/imap servers, webmail server, mail list server, server side sorting, virtual users, mysql/postgresql/flat db file/ PAM/ LDAP auth...

    it's a total kick ass mail server suite... and you can build rpm's from the tar.gz file too!

  4. #14
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    Re: mail server




    I would get courier-mta from www.courier-mta.org *

    It's a complete package, MTA, pop/imap servers, webmail server, mail list server, server side sorting, virtual users, mysql/postgresql/flat db file/ PAM/ LDAP auth...

    it's a total kick ass mail server suite... and you can build rpm's from the tar.gz file too!
    Hi KP:

    I will soon be doing this as well as soon as I get the domain thing sorted out from my other post

    I was wondering if you have RPM's already ready for this program. I really dont have the time to learn all of these new systems and procedures

    Do you know how to set up Qmail. I heard it was pretty good

  5. #15

    Re: mail server




    Hi KP:

    I will soon be doing this as well as soon as I get the domain thing sorted out from my other post

    I was wondering if you have RPM's already ready for this program. I really dont have the time to learn all of these new systems and procedures

    Do you know how to set up Qmail. I heard it was pretty good
    The process to create rpms for courier is as simple as rpm -ta courier<version>.tar.gz and it builds your RPM's.

    IMHO, Courier is a better package than Qmail. Plus, Qmail is only the MTA part of the puzzle, you would then have to get a POP3 server, and an IMAP server, patch it for security, patch it for mysql support, etc etc etc....

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