[TriLUG] status of email
Andrew C. Oliver
26 Jan 2002 14:46:15 -0500
> Quota's are good. I also have a mail-eatting script that looks at the
> of the mailbox and prunes out messages till the mailbox is within
> or all the mail in the box is less than 5 days old... whichever comes
> If we are running IMAP, we don't want a script like that, but if we
> running POP, it comes in handy.
> Personally I want IMAP and as much storage as I can get (about 50Mb).
> help that happen, I'm willing to kick-in $50 towards a new HD.
> If you install the latest Cooker on the box (Mandrake), you'll make me
> happy man... ;-). I'm happy to lend some time to the project if you
> it. I live on the Western edge of Apex near FV.
Cool if you're able to do the mandrake install thats cool with me. I've
not yet installed Mandrake -- does it have command line upgrade scripts
(like up2date on redhat)? We really shouldn't install X on an email
server. Are you sufficiently blessed to get us into Inflow? (I'm
assuming they wouldn't let us just go waltzing in there)
I'd like IMAP as well but I'm flexible as long as its reliable.
By my calculations
8gb - 1gig overhead (overestimated)
7000mb/50mb = 180 users (and yes I know its actually more like
1024..etc, those who feel the need for precision/converting between
drive manufacturer megabytes and *real megabytes* etc are welcome to
should be enough for now. If someone is able to help Kevin then we can
use his processor, otherwise I'll start collecting parts from folks and
then will order a PII or PIII.
www.sourceforge.net/projects/poi - port of Excel format to java
- fix java generics!
The avalanche has already started. It is too late for the pebbles to