I'd prefer NTMail for the Mail. News you can do what you want. NTMail
with direct integration is pretty nice and powerful.
> I know 90% of you on the list are NT people, but we have been running
> Linux News, Web and Mail servers for the past 2 years with much success.
> Why not take those thousands of dollars in licensing fees and use
> something that is stable, proven and reliable?
This isn't an arguement. We have NT servers that run for months. Thats
proven to me. :) Some people also like commercial software, rather than
user supported software.
> We're intergrating Emerald with Linux at an alarming rate here, and thanks
> to Dale and I cracking heads on a couple of phone calls, have the export /
> automatic account creation / synchornization setup and working. It's
> really rather slick.
And for my bandages, I'd like to see that one of these days. :)
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