Mail server for intranet
Date: Thu, 17 Jun 2004 12:51:42 +0200
I'd like to install a mail server locally. I know there are many
solutions outhere (sendmail,qmail,postfix..). I heard about some
security issues and also difficulties to setup a sendmail server for a
small intranet. Do you have some experience in setting up a local mail
server (less than 20 users). Which one should be easy to implement and
thanks for advise,
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