Paul Jakma wrote:
>> On Sun, 11 Jun 2000, Michael Megan wrote:
>> > What is the general strategy for implementing email on a multi-machine
>> multi-server? multi-client? or both?
>> > site such that email access is transparent to the user using
> > standard email clients (such as elm, pine, mutt etc.)
> > The network I'm envisioning would involve nfs mounted home directories.
>> IMAP would be a more robust way of delivering
>> (incidentally: anyone know where i can find an SSL enabled
The newest version of University of Washington IMAPD (standard redhat
imapd) is ssl enabled, might be only beta though,
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