[Sysadmins] suggestions for (moderately) large mail server setup

Anders Holm anders.holm at sysadmin.ie
Tue Nov 17 17:41:28 GMT 2009


OSX Server.

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On 17 Nov 2009, at 17:12, murf <murf at syndicate7.net> wrote:

> Hi,
>
> On Tue, 17 Nov 2009, Gavin McCullagh wrote:
>>
>> Calendaring isn't quite so standardised yet and not every web-based
>> mail/calendaring solution seems to work with every server.  Calendar
>> servers include:
>>    http://caldav.calconnect.org/implementations/servers.html
>>
>
> Ugh. Calendaring is a pain. Bedework might be an option,
> http://www.bedework.org/bedework/ , haven't run it yet, but it does  
> just
> do calendaring without trying to do everything else.
>
>> If anyone has the perfect CalDAV/CardDav/IMAP/Webmail/... setup  
>> that does
>> everything you ever want without being a pain in other ways I'd  
>> dearly love
>> to hear about it :-)
>>
>
> Well, I've been using Exim + clamav + spamassassin + qpopper + UW  
> Imap,
> with squirrelmail for a while and am shortly moving to LDAP-backed
> exim+dovecot(pop3/imap)+squirrelmail+clamav+spamassassin.  
> Calendaring is
> the bit I'm missing, but I find everything else runs rather well. I've
> only 50-100 users though :)
>
> Murf.
>
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