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I've recently installed a server (12.04) with Apache, Postfix and Courier. Is this a system you can rely on in a production evinronment? The server (VPS) is hosting both emails and websites.

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The thing that worries me the most is, what do I have to do to keep the mail-part up to date? Does this setup require much work in terms of servermanagement?

What happens if email falsely gets tagged as spam? How can I undo that?
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Old 28th January 2013, 23:32
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falko, can you recomend this as a production server?

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Yes, of course.
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Thanks, and one more thing:

If Ubuntu update the postfix package, do we have to repatch postfix in this setup for quota to function properly?

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Yes. But you can use apt-pinning to prevent this. See chapter 4 on http://www.howtoforge.com/a-short-in...apt-pinning-p2
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Yes. But you can use apt-pinning to prevent this. See chapter 4 on http://www.howtoforge.com/a-short-in...apt-pinning-p2
Thanx, but it seems like:
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apt-mark hold postfix postfix-mysql
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