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Encrypted IMAP & POP3, webmail, spam filtering, virtual domains + more

, posted: 31-Aug-2006 00:30

Here is some great software created by a company called Tummy (of Colorado, USA)

vPostmaster is a bundle of and web based configuration interface to postfix patched with virtual domain support and SPF, postgresql database server, Apache, PHP, squirrelmail, dovecot IMAP and POP3 (with SSL).

Features include:
Unlimited number of virtual domains and users
SSL encrypted IMAP and POP3 connections
Greylisting, SPF, razor, spamassassin, clamav and quarrantined email folders (which basically means no spam)
Web based email client
Web based configuration
Quotas upon mailboxes and domains
SMTP authentication

If you're used to Windows and Exchange the learning curve is actually very low. Using most major Linux distros the install takes 5 minutes and requires little more knowledge than using 'wget' and a web browser. It's best to install it on a fresh box (CentOS is good) as it takes over the configration of any previously installed postfix email system.

If you need any help or support with vPostmaster feel free to contact me.

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Stuart MacIntosh
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