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|XMail Forum > XMail Server > On which platform do you use XMail (Part II) ?|
|Posted by: hschneider Jan 22 2004, 03:30 PM|
| Curious about the results? Then vote! They are directly displayed after voting!
We have restarted this poll to get a finer granularity (BSD and Solaris were missing in the original one). So please vote again.
As usual anonymous and confidetial. Thank you!
|Posted by: dfitch Jan 22 2004, 09:42 PM|
|Runs very well on Trustix!!!!|
|Posted by: hschneider Jan 26 2004, 09:38 AM|
|Then choose Linux, since this is one of its flavours .. :-)|
|Posted by: tac Jun 3 2004, 04:12 AM|
|There was no way for me to select both Windows and Linux, since my Windows XP Pro servers as an exact replica of my RedHat Linux 9. At least all the files are the same, even though most of the server software is different. I use my XP machine to program and test, and then upload to my Linux machine for the world to see.|
|Posted by: atomant Jun 3 2004, 06:36 AM|
|The question meant on which platform you run production version and not the testing one.|
|Posted by: tac Jun 3 2004, 03:42 PM|
|well suppose they were to say, okay people voted on Windows 2003 server, and windows NT, and Linux, so lets stop doing the extra work to support the other OSs. I'm just letting the admins know that i use both, and both are equally important to me.|
|Posted by: hschneider Jun 10 2004, 01:21 PM|
| There is no intention to stop the support for multiple platforms. It's just a survey.
The fascinating result of this voting is, that XMail is used on Windows as much as on Linux. Even thought the Unix world has such big players like Sendmail and Postfix. So Davide's strategy and work has been proofed as excellent.
Unfortunately the voting module does not allow multiple votings ...
So if you love both, then just close your eyes and vote for one of them -- I did the same
|Posted by: Nicram Jul 6 2004, 04:42 PM|
|I'm do something similar like Tac. I'm testing some services on my Windows 2003 & use them later on OpenBSD. Right now i'm testing Xmail on my Windows 2003 so I choosed this platform. But in future i will install it on OpenBSD box|
|Posted by: sergioperr Oct 26 2004, 11:36 PM|
I´ve recently put a Xmail 1.20 on line for our medium size company.
My enviroment is similar to Davide´s description, and Xmail is running on a W2000 svr. It goes to Internet through a RedHat Firewall, acting as a internal and external server.
|Posted by: Nicram Aug 15 2005, 01:09 AM|
| I've setup two production servers last week.
One for IT company on Slackware Linux. Second for hosting company (more than 300 users), on OpenBSD. Both with AntiVirus & spam filters. & Xmail works great in both places
|Posted by: ChiefRebelAngel Oct 28 2005, 10:35 AM|
| I am using xmail on a Redhat Linux Enterprise Server 3...
|Posted by: Qugh Apr 5 2006, 02:06 PM|
| I use XMail on Suse Linux Enterprise Server 9 SP2 Kernel 2.6. After many modifications (thanks to the Board) it runs well without any Problems.
|Posted by: Kamardash May 10 2006, 02:50 PM|
|I am running on 2 servers Win2000 & Win2003 - working create, handle a million email per day.|
|Posted by: madmalkav Sep 19 2006, 11:28 PM|
|I just wanted to say that I run it on linux, but I admin it from a MacOsX machine.|
|Posted by: cx_jx Apr 12 2007, 01:39 AM|
I have XMail running on OpenWRT Linux inside an Asus Wireless router.
|Posted by: dlbogdan Mar 24 2008, 09:01 PM|
| running it on OpenWRT whiterussian 0.9. till now i have not succeded though to send/receive any emails outside local domain.
|Posted by: Don Apr 10 2008, 06:11 AM|
|I'm running it on a QNAP NAS device running an embedded version of Linux on an ARM processor. Works great!|
|Posted by: mad666 Sep 29 2008, 12:31 PM|
|I'm using on FreeBSD 6.2, works great|