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Re: Suggestions for a mail server...



Ken Morley wrote:
> My customer needs a mail server that will support a few hundred remote
> clients who will connect using POP3 or IMAP.  The clients don't need any
> webmail access, but will need the ability to send and receive email via the
> internet, not just amongst themselves.
> 
> A key requirement is that administration of the mail server must simple and
> preferably via a GUI interface.  I don't want the semi-technical people
> responsible for adding, removing and otherwise managing accounts and
> mailboxes to have to do it from the Linux command prompt or to have to use
> multiple utilities.
> 
> I plan on using RedHat ES3 and I am very familiar with Sendmail, ClamAV,
> MIMEDefang, SpamAssassin, etc.  So, I plan on using those products for the
> "core" of the mail server.
> 
> Can anyone recommend a component to handle the POP3/IMAP part of this?
> Should I maybe use procmail instead of sendmail?  What about the management
> issues?
> 
> Thanks very much for any suggestions!
> 
> Ken Morley
> 

I'd spend a few bucks on ClarkConnect.  Very good product.  Even the
free product would probably be good.

http://www.clarkconnect.com/
http://software.newsforge.com/software/05/05/30/2142221.shtml?tid=74&tid=132&tid=39



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