Re: Mail server recommendations
On Tue, 26 Oct 2010 16:14:11 +0200, Andreas Weber wrote:
> On 2010-10-26 14:13, Camaleón wrote:
>>> * spamassassin (in case I ever decide to work around the port 25
> spampd is your friend.
AFAIK, "spamd" comes within SA.
>>> * roundcube for webmail
>> As an alternative to Roundcube (I avoid webmail as much as I can) I
>> would take a look into Squirrel.
> RoundCube is simply great. At least this is what my users tell me (a
> lot, BTW). For people who like to double-click in web apps and do drag
> and drop because they can't tell the difference between a local app and
> a web app, RoundCube is THE frontend to use. They try to behave as much
> as possible like a local app. Users seem to like it.
Users like many things (i.e., Hotmail/Livemail :-P) but and admin has
also to care about another things (server requirements, performance,
stability and security).
And having to setup a SQL database server just for handling e-mail users
can be a bit overwhelming and not suitable for small environments. IIRC,
Squirrel used to have one or two requirements, but not sure for
Roundcube. Can Roundcube run without a backend SQL database? :-?