I've used Sendmail, QMail and Postfix in production systems. My current
setup of choice is Postfix with Courier-imap.
[mailto:cour...@lists.sourceforge.net]On Behalf Of Michael S.
Sent: Thursday, July 27, 2000 9:02 PM
Subject: Re: [courier-users] Exchange
Personally I think Postfix is by far the easiest mail server to configure.
However, it doesn't support virtual mailboxes in the same way that Courier
does. If you need Courier's virtual mailbox support, you're probably better
off with it. Otherwise, Postfix is probably your best bet. The example
config files that ship with it are very easy to understand, and the support
----- Original Message -----
From: Scott Taylor
Sent: Thursday, July 27, 2000 5:56 PM
Subject: [courier-users] Exchange
I'm looking for a replacment mailserver for Exchange server 5.0.
I've looked at Qmail, Sendmail, Openmail and Postfix
While they are all kinda easy to install (except Openmail) I fail in the
configuration terribly. I'm to used to the gui crutch of configuring
Exchange server. I've yet to set one of these up and be able to connect to
the server from a client machine.
How's Courier compared to the above in installation and
configuration? How about client connections? My clients use MS Outlook and
Outlook express mostly. Is anyone using Courier as a domain mail server?