Dovecot must be easy to set up, as I have managed it with no trouble.
> As a matter of interest, why are you going to use pop3?
> Isn't IMAP more "with it".
It is, but from what I gather this initial install will be for someone who
just wants to "pop" emails off a queue. They want emails to be deleted after
accessing so POP suits nicely. We might end up using IMAP later if the
requirements change. Both Dovecot and Cyrus do both happily enough :)
> Also, how is email going to reach your server?
It'll depend on individual setups. I'm not entirely sure as I was just asked
"Name a good Linux POP server with minimal maintenance and setup. All that's
needed for now is to pop mails off a queue" :) The only thing I'm sure of is
that TLS will be involved.
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