what I said, not what you said...

On Mon, Dec 11, 2017 at 10:41:44AM -0800, Kenneth Porter wrote:
> --On Monday, December 11, 2017 1:07 PM -0500 Ruben Safir
> <ru...@mrbrklyn.com> wrote:
> >thatis not secure and you might as well use gmail
> >
> >It is not so hard to just get a static IP and put a mail server up.
> Why do you think this isn't secure?
> Gmail wouldn't let me run my own spam and AV solution. My external
> server gives me full control, with sendmail, MIMEDefang,
> SpamAssassin, ClamAV, dovecot, and procmail. I could, in principle,
> keep a remote copy of all my mail there and dsync it to my home
> server. I'm using fetchmail (with SSL option) only because I didn't
> understand dsync when I set it up.
> I'm still a bit unclear on how dsync decides which users to sync.
> All my users are real system users, not virtual users. I'd like to
> retire my 3 older accounts on my home system to never receive email
> again, only provide it for archival reading, and direct all my mail
> to new accounts that could be dsync'd to the leased external server.
> So I'd want to limit dsync to only sync the new accounts. Which
> might even be virtual.

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