[nycbug-talk] On-topic server questions

Mary Lynn Kirby marylynn at blueskystudios.com
Thu Apr 24 14:41:35 EDT 2008

ditto on dovecot.  And you should take a look at the Horde framework too.

Quoting Jonathan Stewart <jonathan at kc8onw.net>:

> Kit Halsted wrote:
>> So, my last off-topic post reminded me that maybe y'all would be good
>> people to ask: what's everybody doing for email stuff lately?
>> I'm a weensy bit overdue for some upgrades, & I'm starting to think
>> this newfangled webmail might come in handy once in a while. Also,
>> now that HD capacity has hit 1TB, IMAP may finally become useful for
>> me.
>> Seriously, I'm looking at putting together an OpenBSD-stable system,
>> probably with qmail & vpopmail 'cause I'm used to them. Anybody know
>> which webmail & IMAP projects play nice with that setup? Have things
>> changed enough in the last year or so that I should consider a
>> different base setup?
> I use squirrel mail for my webmail.  I've looked at other stuff in the
> past but nothing in the last few years.  Dovecot is just awesome as an
> IMAP server.  It's easy to set up, has a good wiki maintained by Timo
> (the author), and can do just about anything I've ever heard of for
> IMAP.  It is still updated quite frequently as it's relatively new but
> the updates have been utterly painless so far and Timo often replies
> within 24 hours to people that have problems of any kind.
> Jonathan
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Mary Lynn Kirby
UNIX/Networking Sys Admin
Blue Sky Studios

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