Email and Web Hosting

Martin Hannigan hannigan at
Tue Jul 6 22:46:14 UTC 2021

Sounds like you already know what the decision is. If you can justify it,
no need to second guess.

If my ISP stopped providing email services I wouldn’t even know. [ may even
check if i get bored ]

Hope that helps.



On Tue, Jul 6, 2021 at 5:22 PM Steve Saner <ssaner at> wrote:

> The issue is not an understanding of how to run the system. The issue is
> that it isn't our core business and we want to minimize/eliminate the money
> and time needed to maintain the infrastructure and support the services.
> On Tue, Jul 6, 2021 at 3:54 PM Bryan Fields <Bryan at> wrote:
>> On 7/6/21 3:26 PM, Steve Saner wrote:
>> > The current platform is a custom collection of open source software,
>> smtp,
>> > imap, pop, webmail. Web hosting is a basic LAMP stack all php 5.2 or
>> > greater. There is no interest in growing these services.
>> Ok, so this really doesn't say much in terms of software in use.  Almost
>> all
>> SMTP/IMAP/POP servers are open source, and could be anything from
>> sendmail 8
>> to postfix.  If you're capping it, just run what's in place and learn it,
>> I'd
>> think most people in networking have configured apache once or twice
>> before.
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