On Jan 28, 2006, at 3:26 AM, Stuart Bell wrote:

It's no doubt possible, but keeping a 68K Mac up and running 24/7 is quite a responsibility!

I had an SE/30 up for years as an ftpd, though.

The other real issue is listserv software- mail is not the kindler gentler internet world it used to be, and software for the old listserv solutions is unlikely to be secure enough for use today. Not in terms of "hacking root" on a box without root :) but in terms of vulnerability in the mail protocol as regards spam.


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