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Old 04-05-2004, 12:55 PM   #1
vladimir-dk
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POP3 / IMAP on FEdora core 1


I have set up Postfix on my server, but i think thats just SMTP - am I right ?

I think Fedora comes with Dovecot as POP3 and IMAP but is it good and secure ? What is the most used mailserver and the most secure and easiet ??
 
Old 04-06-2004, 09:07 AM   #2
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i use qmail. everybody told me that qmail is the faster more secure. so i installed qmail. it works great on machine with celeron 333 but u need to install it manually. there are source rpms at www.qmailtoaster.com
and if u want to install it from source visit www.qmailrocks.com it also explains how to install clam antivirus (free) for qmail.
 
  


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