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Re: Setting up mail server(s) ?
From: Troy Murray <murrayt5 () msu edu>
Date: Thu, 24 Apr 2008 09:01:13 -0400
I would highly suggest looking at the latest version of Kerio Mail
Server. Besides email it operates like Exchange in allow shared
contacts and calendars, can work offline, works great with Windows or
Mac and works with most smartphones out of the box.
On Apr 23, 2008, at 9:59 AM, krymson () gmail com wrote:
Unless you are prepared to babysit and operate your own mail server,
I'd suggest something easy (although maybe less-featured) like
Google Apps. You use gmail already, so all you need to do is sign
up, point your domain mx records to Google, and have at it.
Obviously that solution is not for everyone, but for a shop of 15
users, I can't imagine they have complicated needs or deep enough
pockets for your time or the bloat of something like Exchange.
If you do want to do your own, the given non-Windows solutions are
fine. If you want a Windows one, I have used hMailServer,
MailEnable, and ArgoSoft successfully in the past.
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I and need some advice on what software (related to mail) to use for
a box that will handle about ~15 accounts.
I'd like to know how your company handle stuff related to mail, like
which MTA, spamfilter and so on.
RE: Setting up mail server(s) ? hdm (Apr 24)