[nSLUG] Greetings, I just subscribed
tgoodaire at linux.ca
Fri Aug 13 08:58:55 ADT 2004
Aah ok. Now I understand where you're getting stuck. I would suggest
that you choose something besides sendmail. I prefer postfix, but exim
and qmail are also easy to set up.
Sure, you could pay for some service and get multiple pop mailboxes, but
it's more fun setting up your own mail system. :)
On Thu, 2004-08-12 at 19:21, Michael D. Crawford wrote:
> Dop Ganger wrote:
> > Er. Silly question... why don't you have multiple accounts for email, if
> > you have your own domain?
> Because my hosting service puts mail sent to any username @goingware.com
> into the same spool file. It easier for me to read it directly from the
> hosting service while shelled into it than to download that many
> messages and use a local client.
> I can get separate pop mailboxes but there's an extra charge for the
> > why not use procmail, or Maildir?
> well, that's the plan, but I've never done anything the least bit
> sophisticated with mail spooling so I'm intimidated at the prospected of
> R'ing all The FMs.
> I had a summer job back in college where I was supposed to customize a
> sendmail configuration file. They had this system where macintoshes
> could print by emailing postscript files to a Unix box, and I had to
> maintain it.
> Over the course of the summer I couldn't make any sense of how to
> configure sendmail, and as a result I accomplished nothing except
> costing the department my pay and tying up one of their macs all summer.
> Since then I haven't wanted to touch anything to do with mail spooling,
> but my email situation has gotten way out of hand so now I have to learn.
> Michael D. Crawford
> GoingWare Inc. - Expert Software Development and Consulting
> crawford at goingware.com
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