You can install qmail with apt-get with this
servers, jsut add this lines in your /etc/apt/sources.list
qmail doesn't have security problem since a long
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Tuesday, December 04, 2001 12:13
Subject: Debian GNU/Linux as email &
We are going to use a debian box as email and
DNS server. The goal is
duplicate the functionality of a host which is
using sendmail 8.8, xinetd
(pop3) & bind. I thought to
Debian GNU/Linux 2.2r3
postfix, or ...
qpopper 2.53 instead of ipopd
we want to add SMTP AUTH support which sendmail 8.9.3 does
A friend advice me use postfix, which he says is
easier than sendmail to
configure it. However, the potato postfix
version is too old. Anyway I have
found a DoS alert about postfix
< 20011115 today. It does not seem good yet.
The potato sendmail
version is old too and does not support SMTP AUTH
I use potato with some packages upgraded to woody?.
Must I use woody
instead of potato?.
What is the state of woody as ISP distribution
Note: I have choosen debian as default
option due to its 'apt-get' utility.
It is easy install the automatic
system of fixing security bug using the
proper debian server, althought I
think debian does not offer installation
on a Journaling FS or a software
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