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I live in Dublin, Ireland with my wife and daughter. I founded and manage Open Solutions, a company specialising in internet infrastructure. I also help ensure the internet keeps working in Ireland with INEX.
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Category Archives: ViMbAdmin
An FAQ post for future reference because, well, it’s a FAQ! ViMbAdmin is primarily a database frontend for managing virtual mailboxes with mail services such as Postfix and Dovecot. A frequently asked question is does it / can it support … Continue reading
As part of pushing our new release of ViMbAdmin, I wrote up a mini how-to for setting up a virtual email system on Ubuntu where the components are: Postfix as the SMTP engine; Dovecot for IMAP. POP3, Sieve and LMTP; … Continue reading