[olug] Web Mail Info, Mail questions and DVD drive Questions
thechunk at home.com
Fri Aug 31 13:53:06 UTC 2001
I haven't purchased a dvd drive in two years but I don't think there is too much to worry about. Find a good price and a reliable manufacturer. Something to keep in mind with dvd speeds is that data on a dvd is compressed much more than a cd. a 4 speed dvd isn't the same as a 4 speed cd. And you only need 1x to play back a movie.
On Fri, Aug 31, 2001 at 08:20:23AM -0500, Mike Peterson wrote:
> I am trying out Squirrelmail. http://www.squirrelmail.org/
> It seems to be a very usable package.
> It runs with Apache, Perl, PHP, and IMAP.
> It is much easier to setup than IMP/Horde. I still don't have that running.
> IMP/Horde is built-in to e-smith. http://www.e-smith.org
> However, qmail I am not familiar with.
> I plan to setup SUSE 7.1 or Redhat 7.1 and run squirrelmail for Web mail.
> I had my ISP setup a domain called mail.domain.com to point to a real IP
> The problem is that all my mail for domain.com now is sent to this IP
> address and not it's real IP address.
> domain.com runs Redhat 6.2 and sendmail.
> mail.domain.com runs e-smith which is based on Redhat 7.0 and has qmail.
> I plan to replace the e-smith as noted above.
> Has anyone done mail forwarding or relaying between two Linux boxes on the
> same domain but different IP's in the group?
> I have Linux DVD's ( SUSE ) and one Microsoft (the competition) DVD.
> What manufactures of DVD drives have group members had good luck with
> running on Linux and or Microsoft OS products?
> What is a good price to pay for a DVD drive?
> Is the one that DIT sells good?
> Or should I look to the Internet at CDW, Insight, Global or others?
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