Re: postfix, qmail, zmailer, qpopper, cyrus?
I suggest you use qmail for MTA, aand the latest vpopmail for
providing mail addresses to the users without needing a shell account to
The latest vpopmail package can be accessed from vpopmail homepage
(http://www.inter7.com/vpopmail). If you don't want to store the user data
(authentication info only) in a mysql database, then contact the packager,
to provide a patch for normal cdb authentication. He can be reached at
firstname.lastname@example.org I think for 300 users you don't need mysql.
For other questions, subscribe to the debian-qmail list, at
email@example.com (send a letter to firstname.lastname@example.org
For mailing lists you can choose an arbitrary mailing list manager
software, I would suggest mailman or ezmlm-idx, both are provided in
debian package, and both support maildirs I think. Ezmlm has better
integration with vpopmail though, so I recommend that.
POP3 is provided with qmail.
On Wed, 5 Apr 2000, David Charro Ripa wrote:
> I`m installing a mail server. And I need a simple configuration system,
> 300 e-mail accounts, mailing lists, pop accounts but no login-shell
> Could you teel which and why of the potato MTA's and POP servers are
> better for me?
> żexim, postfix, zmailer, qmail?
> żqpopper, cyrus?
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