IMAP design implementation (Cyrus, Courier or WU) -FB wanted
I have decided to replace our current server with an Exim/IMAP combo
either running Courier, Cryrus or WU-IMAP.
I am hoping you will help me decide on the IMAP a good one.
Requirements: LDAP, KERBEROS, and SSL.
My boss is familiar with Eudora so she wants me get an IMAP server
that works with it. After reading that Eudora does a bad job with IMAP,
I have recommended the Mulberry client instead.
Mulberry seems to be a stronger client for IMAP than Eudora.
Even though the details are not completely decided, I am going ahead
with the build of the IMAP server.
Which of these three IMAP servers will get me where I want to go ?
2. Courier IMAP
I installed Woody on an IBM Netfinity x250 (XEON 700 1MG CACHE
with a 36G IBM RAID ). While installing I killed the IBM boot partition
and let LINUX run the whole show. It seems to work fine.
Partition Schema 27G RAID 5 Volume
/boot sda1 30M bootable
/ sda5 70M
/usr sda6 3G
/var sda7 3G
/swap sda8 1G
/home sda9 1G
/tmp sda10 500M
unused space exits for later
Partitioned Spare 9G Volume for Weekly dd mirror
/ sdb1 30M bootable
/ sdb5 70M
/ sdb6 3G
/ sdb7 3G
/swap sdb8 1G
/ sdb9 1G
unused space exists forlater
Install/Compile 2.4.17 Kernel, Setup IPtables, Firewall Machine,
Configure Tripwire run, make backup, bring on-line.
Read all Documents on IMAP server selected.
Install the IMAP server selected.
Install Silk Mail
Install Mulberry as a client and test.