So far so good. any good way of doing what imapd does for me with
roberto at freezlets.com
Wed May 5 14:26:17 EDT 2004
I just had to go through the pain of reinstalling everything (my hard
drive crashed). I went with a standard fedora install and using the
distro RPM's I managed to get cyrus & friends running a lot faster than
the last time I tried (in a RH9 system compiling everything from scratch
and figuring out all the dependencies myself).
I'm very happy with the way things are right now
* I support only a handful of users, each with 4 or 5 different pop3
accounts (plus the "native" acconut) that I fetchmail into cyrus.
* I use spamass-milter and spamassasin to filter my spam,
* I have a spam-report folder into which I put spam that doesn't get
caught and I nightly train spamassassin with it. This works great
in combination with Thunderbird clients, I can configure the
thunderbird client to automatically move email that escapes
spamassasin and that it flags as spam into the spam-report folder.
I also have it configured to move email to that folder when a user
marks an email as junk.
Congrats and thanks to all the different opensource teams that are
putting together these applications, it all looks great. I still need to
* Recreate my horde system, I had it working in my RH9 install, but
I need to make it work again.
With that I'll be able to access my email through the 4 or so computers
that I use regularly (with thick clients) and with Horde I'll also be
able to access it with thin clients anywhere.
I have one more thing I haven't figured out how to do:
I want a solution as portable as IMAP for my address book (and later on
for my calendar as well). I've been briefly trying to set up LDAP to do
that, but it quickly started to seem like it was going to be a total
pain in the neck (do I need different schemas to support different
clients?) I couldn't get thunderbird or evolution to talk to my ldap
server, and frankly I confess I don't quite grok LDAP. What are you guys
using, any ideas?
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