[xmail] HOWTO quick-testing spamassassin (spamd + spamc) at home

2015-05-24 Thread U.Mutlu via xmail
Hi Spros All, this maybe might interest some of you: HOWTO quick-testing spamassassin (spamd + spamc) at home spamd is the daemon program (runs in background) spamc is the client pgm to interact with spamd 1.) install spamassassin pkg (Debian-Linux: apt-get install spamassassin) 2.) enable

Re: [xmail] new maintainer for the 1.27 branch

2015-05-24 Thread U.Mutlu via xmail
Hi Bart All, Bart Mortelmans via xmail wrote on 05/16/2015 10:27 PM: I have been using XMail for what must have been almost 15 years. I still prefer XMail for anything that does not need IMAP. I have no experience yet with Dovecot, but what does it mean when they say If you already have

Re: [xmail] new maintainer for the 1.27 branch

2015-05-24 Thread Spyros Tsiolis via xmail
I was introduced to XMail by a colleague of mine. At first it seemed cryptic and it still is for some stuff I am interested in. I've been using it since 2003 and never looked back. --- On Sun, 24/5/15, U.Mutlu via xmail xmail@xmailserver.org wrote:

[xmail] Tip: Speeding up xmail by pointing envvar XMAIL_TEMP to a ramdisk

2015-05-24 Thread U.Mutlu via xmail
Tip: Speeding up xmail by pointing envvar XMAIL_TEMP to a ramdisk (here on Linux using a 64 MB ramdisk mounted to /mnt/ramdisk ) mkdir -p /mnt/ramdisk in /etc/fstab: tmpfs /mnt/ramdisk tmpfs nodev,size=64M 0 0 then either reboot or use this cmd: mount /mnt/ramdisk in xmail start script:

Re: [xmail] new maintainer for the 1.27 branch

2015-05-24 Thread Stefano Straus via xmail
I think that a github repo is better and easier to fork just in case someone else will contribute. Stefano Il giorno 24/mag/2015, alle ore 18:09, U.Mutlu via xmail xmail@xmailserver.org ha scritto: Hi Bart All, Bart Mortelmans via xmail wrote on 05/16/2015 10:27 PM: I have been