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Set up a virtual host for e-mail on your virtual private server.
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The articles is good,

elf's picture

The articles is good, however when it comes about email I think qmail offers more flexibility. From my experience I found Debian to be more apropriate for VPS than Fedora.

great article :)

statistik-tutorial's picture

Since I prefer postfix, too and use it together with dovecot I found this article very helpful. I think postfix together with dovecot is easy to configure and flexible enough for most tasks. Though it's a matter of personal taste as always.

the article is very good :P

Pedro Simões's picture

I desagree with that i prefer postfix than qmail much easier to personalize and resolving problems and qmail u allways to have a patch to fix something or add something.....

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Tattoo Design's picture

The article is very informative.....thanks for providing such an in depth knowledge

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