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Debian GNU/Linux Network Administrator's Manual (Obsolete Documentation)
Chapter 10 - Mail


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This section describes how to setup different mail handling servers (daemons) on Debian. Here you will find information on Internet mail and pointers for you on how to handle it. Of course, not every detail will be described here - only the Debian specific differences.


10.1 Post Office Protocol (POP3) software


10.1.1 qpopper


10.1.2 ipop3d


10.2 Interactive Mail Access Protocol (IMAP) software


10.2.1 imapd


10.3 Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP) software


10.3.1 sendmail


10.3.2 smail


10.3.3 exim


10.3.4 postfix


10.3.5 zmailer


10.3.6 ssmtp


10.4 Other mail processing tools


10.4.1 procmail


10.4.2 mailagent


10.4.3 deliver


10.4.4 smtp-refuser


10.5 Mailing lists handling software


10.5.1 smartlist


10.5.2 majordomo


10.5.3 listar


10.5.4 mailman


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Debian GNU/Linux Network Administrator's Manual (Obsolete Documentation)

This manual is OBSOLETE and DEPRECATED since 2000, Instead see http://www.debian.org/doc/user-manuals#quick-reference

Ardo van Rangelrooij ardo.van.rangelrooij@tip.nl
Oliver Elphick olly@lfix.co.uk
Ivan E. Moore II rkrusty@debian.org
Duncan C. Thomson duncan@sciuro.demon.co.uk