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    Mailserver setup With GUI Interface

    Hi ,

    I want to create a mailserver setup ( SMTP/POP3/IMAP/SSL) in my server which in public network.Can any one suggest the Webbased GUI interface tool which manages my mailserver setup . The tool must able to manage users ( creating mail users,allocating quato) . Please suggest the best tool....

    Thanks in advance

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    I guess you could use something like Webmin/Usermin but it would still be good to get your hands "dirty" and have at least some command-line knowledge.


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    I would second that - Webmin+Virtualmin+Usermin is very nice combination.

    Total control over your server among the mail server configuraion.

    Install Webmin and after that run the Virtualmin install - it will install all you need - Apache, PHP, MySQL, ProFTPd and Postfix.

    Simply add a Virtual Server (your domain) in the Virtualmin and everything will be automaticly set up.

    If you need further tweeking you can always use Webmins modules.

    I am using this configuration on couple of VPS and dedicated servers.

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    Cpanel works fine for this.
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    You can get Dirctadmin for as little as $10/mo. It has a decent web interface and is cheap compared to the other paid Control Panels.

    Webmin is definitely free!!
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    You might want to look into Zimbra, their open source edition is free and works like a champ.
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    zimbra would be a way to go if you have decent hardware, otherwise you can also have a look at http://www.iredmail.org/

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    Quote Originally Posted by xtrac568 View Post
    zimbra would be a way to go if you have decent hardware, otherwise you can also have a look at http://www.iredmail.org/
    I can second virtualmin.com if your on tight budget.

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    I would suggest Zimbra (http://www.zimbra.com/). There is a fully featured Open Source version, plus a Network Edition if you want to pay for support which gives a few additional options. Runs on Linux, built on open source, and all web-gui controlled.
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    Hi

    Virtualmin have an automatic install script:

    http://www.virtualmin.com/download

    install it is very easy, and later disable apache, proftpd and others.

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    Hi,

    ISPSystem is very nice control panel for shared hosting and emails. Pretty cheap... if you compare to others like CPanel, Plesk.

    DirectAdmin don't think a good idea for that.. .

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    If you're just looking for a simple solution, check out AtMail. They have bundled a few popular open source tools and slapped on a nice interface.

  13. #13

    please give the installation & configuration steps

    please give the detailed installation & configuration steps of a mail server in graphical user interface mode in linux especially ubuntu linux


    Quote Originally Posted by butch3r View Post
    I would second that - Webmin+Virtualmin+Usermin is very nice combination.

    Total control over your server among the mail server configuraion.

    Install Webmin and after that run the Virtualmin install - it will install all you need - Apache, PHP, MySQL, ProFTPd and Postfix.

    Simply add a Virtual Server (your domain) in the Virtualmin and everything will be automaticly set up.

    If you need further tweeking you can always use Webmins modules.

    I am using this configuration on couple of VPS and dedicated servers.

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    you can try a guide from howtoforge

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