Byte.com: Setting Up Qmail (An Alternative To SendMail)Apr 03, 2000, 17:08 (5 Talkback[s])
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"If you don't have a domain name, you need to set one up. If you don't have a fixed IP address, you need to enlist the aid of one of the Dynamic DNS services. The service I is TZO. We will be using my pseudo-domain (blacklotus.tzo.com) in the example here."
"Because there are two protocols, there are often two servers involved in a mail system. Servers can be separate machines or separate programs running on the same hardware. Frequently, these servers run continually and manage their own connections. Network servers can also be written to run under a special program called a super server, such as inetd or tcpserver."
"I have used QMail version 1.03 for this article. I have selected QMail because it is smaller, more secure, and easier to configure than SendMail. You need to get it from: http://www.qmail.org"
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