First, a word on contacting me

Most people who get to this page are usually seeking help with their qmail installation. So here is my answer to the "I'm stuck. Can you help me?" question:

First, before you ask me a questions, please make sure the answer is not already available in 1 or more of the following places:

1) The FAQ area of the site.
2) The mailing list
3) The mailing list archives
3) The discussion forum
4) The qmailrocks IRC channel on at #QMR

If you are stuck and have a well thought out question or 2 that is not answered in the FAQ, the mailing list, the mailing list archives or the discussion forurm feel free to ask. I will attempt to get back to you as soon as I can, but no promises. I build the FAQ area of this site directly from people's questions, so a clear, concise and well through out question is always welcome. However, please do not start sending me e-mail after e-mail requesting help for every single problem you run into. The QMR installation does work, but I can promise you that you will run into a problem or 2 along the way if you are new to qmail and/or Linux/Unix. That's life. If you're running into problem after problem after problem, you may want to consider taking a step back and maybe even starting over. Please keep in mind that since I do not have access to your server, the amount of help I can offer is limited. It's rather difficult to accurately troubleshoot a system that I'm not logged in to. Additionally, try to keep in mind that I do this site "for fun" and that I have a fulltime day & night job. I cannot play the role of free support technician. It's just not going to happen. If you start sending me e-mail after e-mail, I will eventually ignore you. Sorry, but I have to draw the line somewhere. :)

With that said, here's how you can contact me...

In case you've missed it at the bottom of every page on this site, you can contact me at: 
I also have an AIM account for this site. If I am signed on, you can IM me at
     qmailrocks org
Or, if you prefer, you can simply fill out this form...


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