Re: Mail server recommendations
On 2010-10-26 16:42, Camaleón wrote:
> 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).
<admin>It's stable, since years and with many concurrent users. And the
support efforts for explaining users how to setup client X on their OS Y
with firewall problems Z has dramatically decreased. They simply use
RoundCube because it comes in so local app alike.</admin>
> 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? :-?
If an SQLite file is too big for you, then no. ;-)