Hello, I try to make it short (really I try): I aleady have a dedicated Debian Rootserver, without ISPConfig, just a "nearly naked" Apache+Sendmail Box. Now it is becoming to small and I would like to "step up" to a dedicated Rootserver with ISPConfig installed. My experience, like said, is only with Debian so far and even there not toooo much - just enough to run it, no expert here at all. And that's where you guys come in as experienced tech-people -> I need your help, please: What exactly would you recommend for a completely new dedicated box? (external administration via ssh-putty -> btw, how do you copy&paste in putty, doesn't work here - have to type everything in manually - what am I doing wrong? :-( ) (1) What kind of Linux? (2) What Version of ISPConfig - Stable or Beta? The Server will be a middle-to-low-class one (2.4Ghz Celeron w. 512MB Ram I guess - not expensive + I don't need to do tooo much fancy stuff at all). I certainly hope you can help me out with this - I took Debian 4 years ago (that's how long my old box is already running!), because installing is quite automatic for most stuff - not that there are never problems though... Point is, I'm open for suggestions - very open in fact, thanks! Oh something else: (3) Do Stable and Beta of ISPConfig have the ability to setup DKIM + Domainkeys easily? (SPF is only a DNS entry, so that's not the problem, but DKIM + Domainkeys are kind of complicated and I would love to have them implemented automatically ) (4) How long will it take to do a complete fresh remote installation you think? Heaps of thanks in advance - hopefully we get this all managed perfectly & easy ciao!