> -----Messaggio originale-----
> Da: Vincent Li [mailto:vli@vcn.bc.ca]
>
> On Wed, 13 Jun 2007, Giampaolo Tomassoni wrote:
>
> >
> >> -----Messaggio originale-----
> >> Da: Vincent Li [mailto:vli@vcn.bc.ca]
> >>
> >> On Wed, 13 Jun 2007, Jerry Durand wrote:
> >>
> >>> Sometime later this summer I'm going to be replacing our server.
> >> It's
> >>> currently a Mac (1.42GHz G4) running OS X Server. Since the mail
> >> server part
> >>> of OS X "needs work", I'm thinking of just replacing this with an
> >> Intel/AMD
> >>> based Linux box. I'm considering Ubuntu, any
> >> suggestions/warnings/panics?
> >>>
> >>> Not a big panic if I can't move the IMAP files over, most mail is
> >> read by
> >>> APOP so there isn't much there.
> >>
> >> I have OS X Server running email server too, To save the headache of
> >> replacing this OS X server, moving mail boxes, reducing the memory
> >> load...You can run Amavisd-new/SpamAssassin on a seperate Linux box

> and
> >> let Postfix on OS X talk to Amavisd-new on the Linux box.

> >
> > Just to know, what's the matter with installing amavisd-new on MacOS

> X?
> >
> > Giampaolo
> >

>
> Nothing wrong to run amavisd-new on OSX, just an idea


Ah, ok.

For the records: I'm not MacOS X-addicted. My question was just because I
was pretty sure that installing a fresh copy of amavisd-new on a MacOS X box
was possible...

Thank you,

Giampaolo

>
> Vincent