Thanks, this will be frontending an exchange setup I assume that I dont
have to use pop pr imap that I can just filter and have the mail delivered
via the vpostmaster to exchange.
I will go sign up for the mail list...
On Mon, Apr 9, 2012 at 12:53 PM, Nataraj <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> On 04/09/2012 09:07 AM, Tom Bishop wrote:
> > Read through several vpostmaster email threads via the centos mail
> > I am about to go down the vpostmaster bunny hole. I need a spam filter
> > a very small site, my church, 20 or so mailboxes and just need something
> > easy to setup and maintain.
> > One of my inital thoughts when I was creating the centos 6 VM was what
> > sort of disk space is required, nothing in the docs called anything out,
> > they talked about memory which is not an issue for me and I gave 2Gb for
> > the memory and threw a small disk out of it. Is anyone running it with
> > Centos 6, it appears from the mailing list that it should work with
> > 6 but wanted to see if anyone was using it. Also, if anyone has any
> > tips/guides/tweaks that they can recommend/share that would be great,
> > Thanks in advance.
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> Disk space requirements for vpostmaster are pretty close to a standard
> CentOS install (for the software itself). The vpostmaster install
> procedure will install postfix (though you should let the install script
> install all of these packages, since it installs some things from the
> vpostmaster repository), postgres, dovecot, clamav, spamassassin and a
> few other small packages.
> Then you need to include space for /var/spool/vpostmaster depending on
> how much space you want imap mail accounts to keep on line, or if your
> using pop, enough space to hold pop mail until the clients download it.
> In either case, much less than an exchange server. It just depends
> whether your users need to keep a GB or more of email online or whether
> 200-300mb is enough. For pop clients I only give them 30-50mb, but they
> pick up their mail every day.
> I currently run it on CentOS 5, however there are at least a few people
> who have reported sucess with CentOS 6 on the vpostmaster list.
> There are not many people using vpostmaster on this list. I suggest you
> join the vpostmaster list.
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