Akemi Yagi wrote:
On Jan 30, 2008 2:41 PM, Ned Slider <email@example.com> wrote:
I think the basic postfix/dovecot guide is finished.
I've deliberately kept it as simple as possible - just the bare minimum
to give readers a platform on which to build.
Thinking some more about what I wrote below, I'd like to write up
further stuff as separate guides designed to be sort of add in modules
to the basic guide so readers can pick and choose the functionality they
require and bolt them on to the basic guide (kind of like how the
existing postgrey guide already does). Further topics could include such
things as SASL/TLS, SpamAssassin/ClamAV, virtual domains/users etc, all
written to compliment the basic guide. I could tackle a postfix
restrictions guide but don't have the knowledge or expertise (yet) to
tackle any others at the moment.
Hoping to get some feedback even if it's only a "yes, go ahead" or "no,
forget it, it's a rubbish idea"
I would say, "definitely go for it." Your article on postfix has
already helped several people in the CentOS forums as far as I can
see. I remember that those additions you are proposing were
requested / suggested in the forum as well. I would welcome anything
that adds value to the CentOS Wiki.
I've posted a postfix restrictions guide to compliment my basic postfix
guide, located here:
As usual, I welcome comments and/or corrections
After a suggestion on the forums from WhatsHisName, I'm hoping to tackle
a guide on SASL authentication and SSL/TLS encryption next as and when
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