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


From: Ramana Kumar
Subject: Re: [libreplanet-discuss] Alternatives to non-freedom-friendly webmail services?
Date: Fri, 21 Jun 2013 16:55:17 +0100

Perhaps you could send some links to particularly good tutorials that helped you set up in 10 minutes?


On Fri, Jun 21, 2013 at 4:20 PM, Nicola Bignami <address@hidden> wrote:
Il 21/06/2013 16:14, Robert Martinez ha scritto:

Setting up a mail-server is no fun. Definitively not trivial. Certainly
nothing to be done in 10 minutes.

Depends on which scale you're working and what's the result that you're expecting.


@Freedombox: since when is promoting free software projects wrong on
this list?

Nothing wrong on promoting Free Software.
IMHO is wrong to say that we need the freedom box to do that. Maybe the freedom box will ease the things for many people, but my point is that there's plenty of Free Software to set up a personal mail server and the freedom box is definetly not the only way to do it effectively.

I was objecting the "we need this to do that" statement that in my point of view is quite false (I admit that maybe I've been a little too rude in my reply).


Congratulation to you being free without FreedomBox.

Congratulation for your sarcasm.

But the fact remains: you can be free even without the freedom box.
It could be useful, specially for many people scared off by multiple configuration files and by the command line, but it's not the only way.


Maybe
you can go even a step further and do it without free software!

Nobody spoke of non-free software.
Anyway it's strange to be promted to use non-free software on this list ;-)


(Rumor has it you can write all code just by yourself - with 10 minutes
at hand and the right tutorials)


in case i just fed a troll - bon apetit.

No trolling intended.



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