[horde] Best Platform and pre-requisites
etienne.goyer at linuxquebec.com
Thu Sep 25 06:31:12 PDT 2003
At the very least, you should consider using Cyrus imapd as IMAP server.
It is currently the most advanced IMAP server on the market, IMHO. It
have many feature not usually found in its competitor :
- ACL : an intriguing concept to play with (you can give access to some
of your mail folder to other users). CVS HEAD of IMP have support for
- The Sieve mail filtering language : a readable replacement for
procmail. It is supported in Horde via the Ingo application, and is a
much cleaner way to implement vacation and forwarding to what the
account module currently offer IMHO.
- A very flexible authentication system. It can authenticate against
just about anything available. It is somewhat to figure out and
configure, but that's the price to pay for flexibility (if you use
Simon Matter's rpm, it will work out of the box). I personnally
authenticate my user against an Active Directory via Kerberos (from
Cyrus imapd running on Linux).
- A quota system that don't depend on filesystem quota.
There is many more feature, but I don't have time to discuss each of
them in detail. Try it for yourself !
On Thu, Sep 25, 2003 at 08:47:41AM +0100, s.chappell at isnsuk.com wrote:
> I have been playing with horde for about a year now and think it is awesome.
> I have decided to retire my old mailserver and build a faster one.
> What I would like to know is; What would be the best platform to utlize all of
> hordes application features. ie, user management, shared folders etc..
> I normally use Qmail, courier Imap etc.. but would be happy to try postfix or
> exim if it would allow me to explore the potential of the full horde suite.
> thanks in advance
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