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Re: [libreplanet-discuss] Alternatives to non-freedom-friendly webmail s

From: Nicola Bignami
Subject: Re: [libreplanet-discuss] Alternatives to non-freedom-friendly webmail services?
Date: Fri, 21 Jun 2013 21:29:53 +0200
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Il 21/06/2013 18:38, Nicola Bignami ha scritto:
> Il 21/06/2013 17:55, Ramana Kumar ha scritto:
>> Perhaps you could send some links to particularly good tutorials that
>> helped you set up in 10 minutes?
> I'll search that tutorial later this evening (I'm still at work now).

I used this one for the basic configuration:

It's based on Debian 5, and some configuration parameters in postfix and
dovecot (more in dovecot perhaps) have changed in the version included
in the last Debian stable release.

That's the very basic setup that I had put up in about 10 to 15 minutes.

Obviously it still lacks many things and I'd not use it as-is as my
primary mail server (not without SSL, antispam and fully automated backups).

> However, it was a tutorial based on Debian 5 with postfix as MTA/MDA
> and dovecot as IMAP server.
> The initial setup was quite easy and I got a working e-mail server in
> 10 to 15 minutes.
> Then I passed nearly a month refining the configurations (adding
> Spamassassin, Amavis, CaCERT SSL certificates and daily mail backup
> over a NAS).
> I've encountered bigger problems when I've upgraded to Debian 6 due to
> problems in their packages (problems with SASL authentication that
> they resolved after several updates).
> No issue at all in the switch from Debian 6 to Debian 7.

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