On 24.10.2002 15:23 Uhr, "Peter Palmreuther" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

> Hi Zeno,
> On Thu, 24 Oct 2002 14:27:50 +0200
> Zeno Davatz <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
>>> Counting the number problems you have with setting up a simple mail
>>> server and the simpleness of a lot of your problems (second time a
>>> path problem, IIRC) you should consider to engage somebody that is
>>> used to Linux and qmail stuff. Could be safer for your server if it
>>> is intended to run 24/7 in public access at a later time.
>> Lets see - I believe I can manage.
>> Have you never been a beginner?
> I have been. But 'til I managed this stuff safely I did not intend to
> install a server that's accessible from outside my LAN for obvious
> reasons: If I had overlooked only a small detail I could have been in
> big trouble.
> And a vpopmail installation is not the 'usual stuff' for a small LAN
> server not accessible from public; simply because _somewhere_ the mails
> have to come from.
I agree with you. That is why I am still testing on my LAN environment. I
also would never only test vpopmail online. I also want to test that first

And till then I will still have _a_lot_of beginner questions - I guess.

Thanks for helping in the meantime.


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