Email on SOHO Networks

Monday, 30 September 2002, 12:06 PM EST

Setting up an in-house email system offers benefits such as better control of spam, virus scanning, and easy creation of new email addresses. It takes a little time to set up, but most of the software is available on Linux either inexpensively or for free. Hardware requirements are modest ó a 486 can handle a home office and a Pentium is adequate for a small business. You may need a larger disk for the 486, but you probably can't buy one anymore that's too small. In this article, I will provide detailed steps for implementing your own email system.

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