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Old 01-14-2009, 04:53 AM
"L.M.J"
 
Default Fw: Home file server - looking for ULTRA BASIC mail agent

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Date: Tue, 13 Jan 2009 15:29:41 -0600
De: "James Dinkel" <jdinkel@gmail.com>
À: L.M.J <linuxmasterjedi@free.fr>
Sujet: Re: Home file server - looking for ULTRA BASIC mail agent


I also would agree with Postfix. It's incredibly advanced, but I have
gotten a basic Postfix server up and running without touching the advanced
stuff and with little to no prior knowledge of MTA setup. And as a bonus,
if you would ever need to delve into a more advanced setup, you've already
been introduced to probably the most popular and most advanced MTA there is.

James

On Tue, Jan 13, 2009 at 3:10 PM, L.M.J <linuxmasterjedi@free.fr> wrote:

> Le Tue, 13 Jan 2009 15:29:59 -0500,
> "Greg Michalski" <ubuntulists@distinctperspectives.com> a écrit :
>
> > I'm running 8.10 server as a home file and print server. I'm looking for
> > the most basic of mail transfer agents capable of handling the sending of
> > routine reports and status information scheduled through cron via email
> to
> > an account on my ISP and don't want or need a full fledged, resource
> hogging
> > mail server.
>
> Hi,
>
> I will also go for Postfix : fast & efficient MTA. You could have a look
> to "exim" also or "qmail"
>
> CU

I also would agree with Postfix.* It's incredibly advanced, but I have gotten a basic Postfix server up and running without touching the advanced stuff and with little to no prior knowledge of MTA setup.* And as a bonus, if you would ever need to delve into a more advanced setup, you've already been introduced to probably the most popular and most advanced MTA there is.


James

On Tue, Jan 13, 2009 at 3:10 PM, L.M.J <linuxmasterjedi@free.fr> wrote:

Le Tue, 13 Jan 2009 15:29:59 -0500,

"Greg Michalski" <ubuntulists@distinctperspectives.com> a écrit :



> I'm running 8.10 server as a home file and print server. *I'm looking for

> the most basic of mail transfer agents capable of handling the sending of

> routine reports and status information scheduled through cron via email to

> an account on my ISP and don't want or need a full fledged, resource hogging

> mail server.



Hi,



*I will also go for Postfix : fast & efficient MTA. You could have a look to "exim" also or "qmail"



*CU


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