Release useful links

Below are some qmail related links that, when I need help, always fall back on. I hope everyone finds them as useful as I have. I've also thrown in some non-qmail related links that also come in handy at times.

Dan Bernstein Links - Need i say more?

     - Dan Bernstein's Homepage

     - Dan Bernstein's Qmail Homepage - More Qmail information and goodies than you can shake a stick at.

Matt Simerson's Qmail "Toaster" Tutorial - A fantastic "how to" for setting up a Qmail "toaster". I borrowed a lot from Matt.

Life With Qmail - THE resource for a step-by-step bare bones qmail installation. All newbies should start here.

Jeremy Oddo's Qmail Toaster - A very nice Qmail toaster tutorial very similar to my installation.

Bill Shupp's qmail toaster - another fine qmail toaster how-to that utilizes netqmail.

Mark Teel's qms-analog page - Mark Teel created qms-analog, which is now in use on this install guide. Thanks, Mark.

John Simpson's qmail pages - John is crazy smart and he's made some of the coolest patches for qmail.

Inter 7 - The birthplace of so many of the bell and whistles you'll see in my Qmal installation. Just to name a few: Vpopmail, Vqadmin, Qmailadmin, Courier IMAP and autoresponder.

The Arda Network - Andrew St. Jean's site of cool and useful software. Lots of mail goodies.

Spamassassin - Makers of Spamassassin.

Webmail Server Guide - A nice qmail installation how to. Sort of like mine, but with a few differences.

Bill Olson's "nospam" email service - Bill Olson's project, offering free email accounts equipped with hefty spam filters!

Qmail-Scanner Homepage - Lots of helpful info on Qmail-Scanner, the alternative mail queue device.

The Rocks Project - The project that I've started. Making tutorial sites for everything under the sun! - My take on Dan Bernstein's DNS software. Djbdns makes an excellent companion to Qmail and Qmail runs much better when run with it. - A tutorial for building an iptables based server firewall and routing table. Currently under development. - A tutorial for installing and configuring the Apache web server. Currently under development. - A little guide a threw together about the vsftpd FTP server.




Color Coded Qmail Installation Key
Regular Black Text 
 Qmail installation notes and summaries by the author. Me talking.
Bold Black Text 
 Commands to be run by you, the installer.
Bold Maroon Text 
 Special notes for Redhat 9 users.
Bold Red Text 
 Vital and/or critical information.
Regular/Bold Purple text 
 Denotes helpful tips and hints or hyperlinks.
Regular Orange Text 
 Command line output.

Regular green text 

 Denotes the contents of a file or script.
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