[colug-432] Fully Featured email server
skippy at skippy.net
Wed May 15 07:38:57 EDT 2013
Zimbra requires a lot more than that. Remember though that it is a
'collaboration server' which offers a lot more than just email.
For a simple email-only server, I should think that a low end system would
On May 15, 2013 7:35 AM, "Aaron Howard" <archanoid at gmail.com> wrote:
> Out of general curiosity, do any of these solutions work well on low end
> systems? For instance, a 64MB vps?
> My personal domain email is currently hosted by a 3rd party but I've been
> considering putting it on such a vps.
> On May 14, 2013 9:36 PM, "R P Herrold" <herrold at owlriver.com> wrote:
>> On Mon, 13 May 2013, Mike Haun wrote:
>> > I am needing to build an email server that runs on Linux.
>> > I'd like to have a full set of features, and most important,
>> > it has to be able to send and receive securely. I like open
>> > source solutions, but this is not mandatory.
>> As to submission, and then SMTP of pieces in and out, sendmail
>> runs a TLS layer with minimal effort (check the headers of
>> this piece)
>> As to retrieval, both dovecot and the cyrus suite, also do
>> We set up turnkey-appliances for medical office clients which
>> need to attend to HIPAA issues, and solved this long ago
>> 'horde' is out there but is rather a moving target of large
>> size, so packaging rots, and well enough packaged elsewhere
>> 'zafara' A featureful, but, accordingly complex setup which I
>> have not audited licenses on, nor packaged (nor, so far as I
>> can tell has anyone else in RPM space) is here:
>> I have recent packagings of the various foss offerings of what
>> we deliver for 'squirrelmail' and 'roundcube' up at
>> which I have maintained for a long, long time to satisfy GPL
>> obligations toward customers
>> The FTP offerings index is at:
>> and I just now did a 'push' of some content that has been
>> lingering inside for a while
>> -- Russ herrold
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