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Re: Sendmail GUI



On Tue, 2004-10-12 at 09:53, Anthony J Placilla wrote:
> On Tue, 2004-10-12 at 12:41, Chris Logan wrote:
> > I was wondering on the front of sendmail.org's homepage it has under 
> > Current Release:
> > "Sendmail, Inc. is offering Sendmail Multi Switch 
> > http://www.sendmail.com/products/multiswitch (based on 8.12 
> > http://www.sendmail.org/8.12.html) for commercial networked routing, 
> > Sendmail Advanced Message Server http://www.sendmail.com/products/sams
> > for hosting and Sendmail Mobile Message Server 
> > http://www.sendmail.com/products/smms for Web/Wireless access."
> > 
> > This Sendmail Multi Switch (The GUI part) is just what I am needing is 
> > it in the opensource version of sendmail. Or do I need to get it from 
> > Sendmail, inc.  If it is in the open source version how do I get in 
> > installed and use it on Redhat ES 3.
> 
> Sendmail Switch is the "value-add" componant that Sendmail.com puts on
> top of the base Sendmail code. It's not open source nor is it included
> in RHES3 (or any linux distro)
> 
> It's how Sendmail.com makes it's money. So the short answer is if you
> want Switch you will have to pay for it.
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You might want to check out webmin <http://www.webmin.com> - it ain't
Multi-Switch but it's awfully good and free. It does give you easier
access to the granular items of sendmail from a web browser.

Craig


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