> Does anyone know if anyone produces a shareware preconfigured
> e-mail server running under linux.
Donncha's install-sendmail sounds like the thing for this.
> Requirements are for machine to dial the internet every hour, collect mail
> from a POP account and then distribute e-mail to the users in the school.
Are you sure you want to use POP download the mail? If you want
that to work properly, you'll need to have one POP account at the
ISP for each user on your system. You'll also need some way to
maintain all the passwords for these accounts.
Better to use UUCP (or whatever system your ISP uses for this kind
> It is also to provide internal e-mail in that user1 at school.ie can send
> e-mail to user2 at school.ie
Sendmail will do this.
> Clients are POP3
A POP3 server probably comes with your distribution.
> A bonus would be to have a DHCP server.
Also probably included in your distribution.
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