HMailserver as Docker image

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HMailserver as Docker image

Post by evb » 2018-09-02 10:56

Hi,

Are there plans to make hmailserver available as a docker image, so that it can run on a linux box?

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Re: HMailserver as Docker image

Post by jimimaseye » 2018-09-02 13:10

No. It is specifically a Windows application. (There are already plenty of linux available applications. Hmailserver is not required on Linux.)
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Re: HMailserver as Docker image

Post by fabianus » 2018-11-04 16:00

Hello guys,

in order to reduce server costs, I am looking for an alternative to hmailserver on linux. But really, I couldn't finde anything that is as powerful as hmailserver. Any ideas ?

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Re: HMailserver as Docker image

Post by Dravion » 2018-11-04 16:14

There is a lot of Software on Linux and tge fact you are not aware of it sounds not that you know much about Linux. Use Postfix and Dovecot, i can handle all your needs.
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Re: HMailserver as Docker image

Post by fabianus » 2018-11-04 20:37

Hello Dravion,

If you are aware of a mailserver that is as advanced in features as hmailserver for linux, I would appreciate your advice.
Devcot is definitely not as powerful as hmailserver - for example I am missing features like Rules, where you might set header values depending on various criteria.

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Re: HMailserver as Docker image

Post by Dravion » 2018-11-04 22:08

You can in conjunction with postfix all do that or use python or perl for scripting. Dovecot is a POP3/IMAP server only and needs a MTA like Postfix or Exim to functioning.You can define rules or use regular expressions, use can use postgres,mysql or MariaDB as Userdatabase or just a flat password file.There are Books out there which describes it
step by step. Postfix with Dovecot together is the most used SMTP+POP3/IMAP solution on Linux/Unix.
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Re: HMailserver as Docker image

Post by fabianus » 2018-11-08 00:29

Hi Dravion,

thanks for your additional feedback !

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Re: HMailserver as Docker image

Post by mwwhited » 2019-06-10 09:46

The linux options are trash in comparison. I having to install and maintain 6+ applications in place of one is why I changed to hmailserver in the first place.

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Re: HMailserver as Docker image

Post by Dravion » 2019-06-10 10:34

mwwhited wrote:
2019-06-10 09:46
The linux options are trash in comparison. I having to install and maintain 6+ applications in place of one is why I changed to hMailserver in the first place.
The hMailServer Community Developers (HCD) Project is committed to bring hMailServer to (POSIX) Portable Operating System Interface for all UNIX alike
Operating Systems such as LINUX or MacOS. Most free or OpenSource Source Software is built that way and hMailServer will be to.

Our Mission is to make hMailServer HCD as easy to use on any other Platform then it is today on Windows, drivven by a Democratic Community Process and
of course Open Source all the way. A first releases can be expected next year, same time.
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