On 14/2/09 06:28, Tim Judd wrote:
> On Sat, 2009-02-14 at 22:32 -0600, Bobby Walker wrote:
>> I have a small network at work that, unfortunately, uses Windows 2003.
>> I need a good mail server, but I do not have a budget for purchasing
>> additional software. Exchange requires too many hacks to configure a
>> catchall email account, and Exchange and I do not get along very well.
>> So, today while brainstorming, I thought why not run FreeBSD as a guest
>> OS on the box. Any suggestions for the best way of doing this?
>> Thanks in advance,
> There was a recommendation of another win32-based email server -- and I
> have it bookmarked at work. From the single person that mentioned it,
> he was praising it pretty well.
> When I get to work, I'll send it on your way. I just don't have a clue
> what it was right now.
>From what I can remember http://www.hmailserver.com/ is decent for a
windows based free mailserver (smtp imap pop and imap.)
Been a while since i used it and they seem to have closed the source for
the latest version but its still free as in beer.
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