RE: Looking for ISP class email package

From: James Williams (jwilliams_at_mail.wtamu.edu)
Date: 10/02/03

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    Postfix, Sendmail, or Qmail will all do the job. I've had sendmail
    working with 400+ domains at my previous employeer. I prefer postfix now
    because it seems to be more secure, stable, and efficient.

    James Williams

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    On Behalf Of Michael Gargiullo
    Sent: Thursday, October 02, 2003 8:49 AM
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    Subject: Looking for ISP class email package

    Hey all,

            I'm looking for an ISP class email package. I need to host
    about 130
    domains with several thousand users. I'd love to find one where we can
    designate one user per domain to handle user creation via a web
    interface.

            Anyone have any ideas? Right now we run IMail from ipswitch on
    a
    windows box. I'd prefer opensource, but would pay for a good close
    package.

    Thanks,

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    Michael Gargiullo <mgargiullo@warpdrive.net>
    Warp Drive Networks
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