Sorry for the reply to my own message, but I've made some mistakes...
> I've had the same you are mentioning. People with NTMail, who wanted out
> They wanted stable solution, highly configurable.
> I found that Q Mail and sendmail, both have a lot of solutions for Virtual
> domain Mail. (I didn't search info for the others MTAs)
> I finally got a Red Hat 6.1 with sendmail. What did I make??
> Red Hat (With the linuxconf tool) installs a new Mail delivery Agent
> Vdeliver and a new Pop Server caller Vpop3d. So, they look for information
of course the last line above is
> and so on....
> You need one Ip for each Domain and the whole works fine with 5 Domains
> a lillte more than 1000 users.
This is the amount of Domains and users I have in my system...not the total
allowed in sendmail...
So, in my system I have 5 users info...one for each domain...and they login
in the pop-server, as info...but each have another ip to login. I have 5
postmaster, 5 root , five sales...and so on. I use Ip-Aliases and a properly
> Yeap, linuxconf is a nice tool you can control relay, spamming, become
> for another server,but (there's always a but), you need to modify some
> settings from the /etc/sendmail.cf for your own and for sure modify the
> sources of vdeliver and vpop3d and compile again.
> I hope you can understand my movie-learned english :)
And of course, I have
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