E-mail server article mention
steve.george at canonical.com
Tue Apr 28 09:12:37 UTC 2009
In case anyone didn't see it, Ante's work on the mail server got a nice
"Ubuntu is also a solid option for server implementations ... as Version
9.04 comes with what's meant to be a ready-out-of-the-box mail server
role, based on two pieces of software, the Dovecot IMAP server and the
Postfix mail transport agent. These two, which respectively, handle mail
receiving and mail sending are developed separately, and typically
distributed separately as well. In the server flavour of Ubuntu 9.04,
the two components are bundled together to streamline configuration."
He complains a bit about the documentation and would like it to be even
easier, but recognises it's going in the right direction.
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