- ... There are several Java IMAP email clients that can be wrapped in an applet or Java-webstart. These are downloaded from the website & then use IMAP/SMTP.Message 1 of 17 , Jul 15, 2013View SourceOn 2013-07-15 Mon 16:26 PM |, Kris Deugau wrote:
> Craig R. Skinner wrote:There are several Java IMAP email clients that can be wrapped in an
> >No Apache, PHP or webmail. HTTP was designed to transfer hyperlinked
> >text files, not do dynmaic stuff with root access to the whole box.
> >IMAP (Thunderbird, Elm, KMail) is the way to go.
> Then what do you suggest for casual users who do not care to either
> bring along a single device everywhere they want to access their
> email, or (know how to) install a fullblown mail program on every
> device they may access their mail from? (Including things like
> Internet cafe PCs...)
applet or Java-webstart. These are downloaded from the website & then
>Put up some screen shots of how to use a mail client in your FAQ.
> Webmail means at least they only have one mail client and one UI to
> learn to read their mail.
If the average web user can post photo albums on Fakebook, they've the
brains to use a mail client. Thunderbird even tries to autoconfigure
itself based on the the email address, setting the servers & ports.
It's more work up front to teach them, but its less work than explaining
your box got rooted via some stupid web app & all their personal details
are now at risk.
Dump stubborn users, they're not worth the support nightmare. (I worked
for years in an ISP's tech support dept - ON THE PHONE. Most people are
OK with a few screen shots & some help to get going.)
Craig Skinner | http://twitter.com/Craig_Skinner | http://linkd.in/yGqkv7
- ... Fairly current postfix packages for RHEL are available from several sources - we ve been using postfix 2.8.8 on RHEL 6 here. JoeMessage 2 of 17 , Jul 16, 2013View SourceOn 07/13/2013 02:35 PM, Peter wrote:
> On 07/13/2013 11:15 AM, J Gao wrote:Fairly current postfix packages for RHEL are available from several
>> And patched with quota patch.
> That's brilliant, now you can't get support for it anywhere.
> You don't need to patch postfix to get quotas, dovecot 2 has a policy
> daemon that plugs right into postfix for that now.
> Seriously, go to Dovecot and get a newer version of postfix. It is
> well worth it just to get postscreen support (which requires version
> 2.8 or higher), and you really don't need to be patching it.
sources - we've been using postfix 2.8.8 on RHEL 6 here.
- Hi, 14.07.2013 0:17 пользователь Bastian BlankMessage 3 of 17 , Jul 16, 2013View Source
14.07.2013 0:17 пользователь "Bastian Blank" <bastian+postfix-users=postfix.org@...> написал:
>What is Self-DoS? What does you mean?
> On Fri, Jul 12, 2013 at 11:55:00AM -0700, J Gao wrote:
> > Now I would like your advises on my system so I can improve it more.
> > Here is my mail server system:
> > - CentOS 6.4 64bit (SELinux disabled), iptables is in action.
> Enterprisey. Well.
> > - Apache, MySql, PHP
> What for? If at all use nginx mit php-fpm and mariadb.
> > - Postfix 2.6.6
> Not longer supported here. Get a current version.
> > - Courier(Support virtual domain)
> Use Dovecot.
> > - MailScanner with ClamAV and Spamassassin(with pyzor/rozor2/DCC)
> This _will_ eat your mail for breakfast. Use amavisd-new.
> > - Fail2ban (SSH, RoundCube, SASL)
> > - SPF, OpenDKIM, DMARC
> > - RoundCube webmail
> Not on the same machine.
> Virtue is a relative term.
> -- Spock, "Friday's Child", stardate 3499.1
- ... A self inflicted Denial of Service. sort of like when you ping flood yourselfà -- Can t seem to face up to the facts Tense and nervous and I can t relaxMessage 4 of 17 , Jul 16, 2013View SourceOn 16 Jul 2013, at 14:03 , Kirill Bychkov <kirill.bychkov@...> wrote:
> What is Self-DoS? What does you mean?A self inflicted Denial of Service.
sort of like when you ping flood yourself…
Can't seem to face up to the facts
Tense and nervous and I can't relax
Can't sleep, bed's on fire
Don't touch me I'm a real live wire