Charlie Li on 21 Oct 2016 11:14:51 -0700

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Re: [PLUG] spamassassin help: create a rule to score by sender TLD

On 21/10/16 13:23, Thomas Delrue wrote:
> I am that guy, but I've also been rigorously deprogrammed over the last
> couple of years and haven't touched an MS piece of software in years
> now. :) And I am so much happier that way!
> I guess I'll start looking into zimbra as well as dovecot & postfix. I
> know that will be a steep learning curve but it does seem to be what
> everyone is pointing me to.
OpenSMTPD is also a good MTA to look into; it's developed by the OpenBSD
guys among other attributes. There was a learning curve that was only
steep because of my laziness and impatience in actually reading man
pages. It was all Unix philosophy at work all along…
> About zimbra, does it do calendaring (and shared calendaring) as well?
> Because if it does, that's extra points!
Zimbra is a full collaboration suite. I'll let you imagine what
capabilities that suggests and Keith to actually explain it in detail.

Charlie Li
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