Switch to Linux

chris ( chris@sensible-net.com )
Tue, 10 Feb 1998 14:07:36 -0500

We are contemplating switching our home user's e-mail accounts from
Postoffice 3.1 to a Linux Sendmail box. When we bought Emerald in May
1997 we wanted to be able to continue to have the one entry account
entry we had when we were a linux only shop, nine months later we are
still entering accounts in emerald and again in Post.Office. We really
like many of the emerald and Post.office features and will continue to
use it but I don't want to continue buying licenses for Post.Office.
All I want to be able to do is have a clerical employee add a user in
emeral and have an e-mail account created on a linux box. We use the
serveu dll for ftp on an NT webserver so that's no big deal. I don't
care about a radius entry, I can do a UNIX logon for backup
athentication or continue to batch to a flat file and use radius nt.

any ideas or things to watch out for?

Chris Carey
Sensible Computer Solutions