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  • Andres Bastidas
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      Andres Bastidas
      IT Manager
      The SCORE Group
      305.662.5959 ex. 255

      On 12/28/2012 5:29 AM, Digest of postfix-users list wrote:
      > Digest of postfix-users list Friday, December 28 2012 Volume 01 : Number 3517
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      > Date:
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      > Hi list
      >
      > I would like to express my gratitude to all the people on this list,
      > whom helps new folks like me to run a mailserver.
      >
      > Especially Wietse would I like to thank, for making Postfix possible. I
      > can't really imagine using anything else.
      >
      > So thank you all and happy holidays.
      >
      > Cheers, Titanus
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      > Le 27/12/2012 07:38, Muhammad Yousuf Khan a écrit :
      >> i want a web interface for our email access.
      >> To me roundcube seems more attractive/better then squirrel-mail (look
      >> wise) however i dont want to overlook better options/features if there
      >> are any in squirrelmail.
      >> so my question to all the users who have experience with both UI.
      >> would you please suggest me which one to pick and which one is
      >> good/better/stable to use?
      >>
      >> Thanks,
      > both are reasonablechoices. I personally prefer RoundCube.
      > The real problem with webmail is password theft, and this is independent
      > of which solution you use.
      >
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      > Le 27/12/2012 04:05, Stan Hoeppner a écrit :
      >> On 12/26/2012 6:19 PM, Noel Jones wrote:
      >>> On 12/26/2012 4:52 PM, Stan Hoeppner wrote:
      >>>> On 12/24/2012 4:57 PM, Noel Jones wrote:
      >>>>
      >>>>> Opinions differ on psbl.surriel and barracudacentral,
      >>>>> but they are frequently used in scoring rather than outright. A
      >>>>> site listed on two of these three is likely spam, a site listed on
      >>>>> only one of them is questionable.
      >>>> Nonsense. The mere fact that a listing on one DNSBL is absent on others
      >>> Glad it works for you at your sites, I use them too.
      >>>
      >>> As with all third-party blacklists (and whitelists!) each sysop
      >>> should make their own decision about who to hand the keys to. When
      >>> giving advice to others knowing next to nothing about their local
      >>> policy, it would be foolish to be anything but conservative.
      >> Yes, conservative. Note my last response in this thread which contained
      >> this instruction with my scoring recommendation: test first
      >>
      > unfortunately, testing isn't enough. things keep changing:
      > - DNSBL listings change.
      > - sites situation changes
      > - new sites appear
      > ...
      >
      > when I first tested BRBL, I found it safe for outright rejection. but
      > this didn't last.
      > I also added local rules, which worked for a long time, but many of
      > these rules proved unsafe.
      >
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      > On 12/27/2012 01:38 AM, Muhammad Yousuf Khan wrote:
      >> i want a web interface for our email access.
      >> To me roundcube seems more attractive/better then squirrel-mail (look
      >> wise) however i dont want to overlook better options/features if there
      >> are any in squirrelmail.
      >> so my question to all the users who have experience with both UI.
      >> would you please suggest me which one to pick and which one is
      >> good/better/stable to use?
      > There was a recent thread on this over on the Centos list, and Roundcube
      > was strongly perferred.
      >
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      > Thu, 27 Dec 2012 11:00:34 -0500 skrev Robert Moskowitz
      > <rgm@...>:
      >
      >> On 12/27/2012 01:38 AM, Muhammad Yousuf Khan wrote:
      >>> i want a web interface for our email access.
      >>> To me roundcube seems more attractive/better then squirrel-mail
      >>> (look wise) however i dont want to overlook better options/features
      >>> if there are any in squirrelmail.
      >>> so my question to all the users who have experience with both UI.
      >>> would you please suggest me which one to pick and which one is
      >>> good/better/stable to use?
      >> There was a recent thread on this over on the Centos list, and
      >> Roundcube was strongly perferred.
      >>
      >>
      > It seems that my search fu is low today, could I please trouble you for
      > a link?
      >
      > Thanks
      >
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      > On 12/27/2012 11:38 AM, Titanus Eramius wrote:
      >> Thu, 27 Dec 2012 11:00:34 -0500 skrev Robert Moskowitz
      >> <rgm@...>:
      >>
      >>> On 12/27/2012 01:38 AM, Muhammad Yousuf Khan wrote:
      >>>> i want a web interface for our email access.
      >>>> To me roundcube seems more attractive/better then squirrel-mail
      >>>> (look wise) however i dont want to overlook better options/features
      >>>> if there are any in squirrelmail.
      >>>> so my question to all the users who have experience with both UI.
      >>>> would you please suggest me which one to pick and which one is
      >>>> good/better/stable to use?
      >>> There was a recent thread on this over on the Centos list, and
      >>> Roundcube was strongly perferred.
      >>>
      >>>
      >> It seems that my search fu is low today, could I please trouble you for
      >> a link?
      > I see all the time people posting nice URLs to specific emails on
      > various lists, but this is something that I have not tackled. I have
      > been on the Centos list since Whitehat died,,, Anyway the footer of the
      > emails on the list give this URL:
      >
      > http://lists.centos.org/mailman/listinfo/centos
      >
      > Look for subject of: "web mail and Squirrelmail" and you will see
      > Roundcube getting the plusses over Squirrelmail.
      >
      > Horde also gets some nods for integration to Outlook.
      >
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      > Le 27/12/2012 17:38, Titanus Eramius a écrit :
      >> Thu, 27 Dec 2012 11:00:34 -0500 skrev Robert Moskowitz
      >> <rgm@...>:
      >>
      >>> On 12/27/2012 01:38 AM, Muhammad Yousuf Khan wrote:
      >>>> i want a web interface for our email access.
      >>>> To me roundcube seems more attractive/better then squirrel-mail
      >>>> (look wise) however i dont want to overlook better options/features
      >>>> if there are any in squirrelmail.
      >>>> so my question to all the users who have experience with both UI.
      >>>> would you please suggest me which one to pick and which one is
      >>>> good/better/stable to use?
      >>> There was a recent thread on this over on the Centos list, and
      >>> Roundcube was strongly perferred.
      >>>
      >>>
      >> It seems that my search fu is low today, could I please trouble you for
      >> a link?
      >>
      > you didn't pay your web search subscription :)
      > the thread can be found on
      > http://www.spinics.net/lists/centos/msg131997.html
      >
      > you can also search for "roundcube vs squirrelmail".
      >
      > and you can also read the wikipedia article
      > http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Roundcube
      >
      > PS. Please remember that all this is off topic here (so, no webmail war
      > please!)
      >
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      > On 12/27/2012 12:38 AM, Muhammad Yousuf Khan wrote:
      >> i want a web interface for our email access.
      >> To me roundcube seems more attractive/better then squirrel-mail (look
      >> wise) however i dont want to overlook better options/features if there
      >> are any in squirrelmail.
      >> so my question to all the users who have experience with both UI.
      >> would you please suggest me which one to pick and which one is
      >> good/better/stable to use?
      > Have you looked at SoGo? Advanced Ajax interface, with right click
      > context sensitive drop downs, drag & drop, etc, like a normal desktop
      > mail client. It's not just webmail but a full groupware server like MS
      > Exchange. Full LDAP support, shared calenders, etc. In addition to the
      > web interface it supports fat Thunderbird/Lightning and Outlook clients.
      > It also supports Android/iPhone/Blackberry. Includes an admin plugin
      > for Webmin. In short it's very feature rich. The one downside is that
      > it requires more system resources on both the client and server, but
      > with modern hardware this shouldn't be an issue.
      >
      > http://www.sogo.nu/
      >
    • Reindl Harald
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