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For those who want to build their own mailserver from sources on different GNU/Linux distributions like Slackware, Gentoo, CentOS, Su
For those who want to build their own mailserver from sources on different GNU/Linux distributions like Slackware, Gentoo, CentOS, SuSe, Fedora Core or Debian, we created an universal package called qinstall-src.
qinstall-src is a source package collection along with a bash script that helps an administrator to compile, configure, install and run an e-mail server, based on qmail, together with all the programs required to run properly.
Here are some key features of "qinstall src":
all perl modules required for optimum runtime;
user administration web interface(qmailadmin);
console-based user and domain administration (vpopmail, cqadmin);
a bash script that eases the administration of queue pending messages (qmHandle);
personalized webmail (SSL/TLS), activated quota, password changer (squirrelmail);
ESMTP/SMTP, IMAP/POP3 SSL services activated by default (qmail, courier imap);
e-mail autoresponder (autorespond);
antivirus and antispam software (clamav, spamassassin);
email filters (procmail);
other programs that help running the e-mail server at optimum speed;
qinstall-src is tested on Slackware, Gentoo, Fedora Core, CentOS, openSuSe and Debian.
What's New in This Release:
Recompiled for Slackware 11.0.
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