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Server in a Box

Dan Ritter wrote:
> The real problem (that I see) is that there isn't enough RAM to
> run good anti-spam techniques.

Very true. Then again it may be telling that the box comes bundled with 
fetchmail, implying that the preferred use is as a local store for mail 
being processed by some upstream ISP.

> Running Clam A/V, SpamAssassin and a few IMAPd simultaneously will
> eat most of 128MB.

The more expensive "Bubba" box actually has only 64 MB of RAM. (The 128 
MB came from the Kuro box that I mentioned.)


Tom Metro
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