Re: mailserver solutions
> Web-based administration is silly, IMHO. Sure, folks have good
> uses for it, I don't. Though that is what they asked for.
Sure, I don't think that Web-based administration is the best solution,
but if you have to handle a few customers want to create or delete their
account for their domain themselfs and this over a comfortable
WebInterface ... I haven't found a better solution yet.
> Far easier is to have a database backend for it, then use a
> web-based thingy (if you have to) to update the DB with users.
The problem is that there are not much users per domain but a lot of
domains. I think this version is only suitable if you have to handle 1000
or more Acconts for only one domain. And especially with only one
I think the Communigate Pro is exactly what I need. It's a solution of
stalker (www.stalker.com). I didn't found a comparable product yet, does
anybody know ?
> > > ... and for the per web administration ?
> > >
> > > I use qmail+vpopmail+qmailadmin+IMP and it works fine.
> > ditto. qmail has been very solid for me in high-volume environments and
> > the vpopmail package has been flawless.
Is there also a web administration availible for exim ?