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As I continue on my open source adventure, I’ve been trying to configure a Linux server as a mail server for multiple domains. I haven’t spent a ton of time on it, and I’m definitely a Linux server configuration newbie. But I get by with a little help from my friends and a little good research.
Here’s a helpful page with tips on using the postfix application for those who care. I’m attempting to use the Linux server to handle my mail for all of the domain names that I have registered. Should be interesting…
In my “other spare time,” I hope to actually get to install my surround speakers from the home theater system I bought last Christmas.
SJ Mercury: Tools coming for connecting information. Dan Gillmor. But we need more sophisticated methods for gathering, massaging and making connections among all the pieces of information that enter our lives each day — everything from e-mail to Web pages to phone numbers and more. So when I see useful tools, I pay attention. [ Tomalak’s Realm]
Hmmm…Tools to help me organize my information? I’m listening.
Unfortunately, there was no further explanation about the speakers thoughts. I would have liked some nugget to help me figure out what kind of control I supposedly have.