Articles by Stew Benedict 

Setting Up An IMAP-Based Email Solution, part 3

Traditionally, Unix-based systems use POP servers for retrieving email, but in today's environment, where users log in from multiple location using varied clients, this can prove problematic. One solution is to use IMAP instead. This time out we cover the installation of SquirrelMail.

Setting Up An IMAP-Based Email Solution, part 2

Traditionally, Unix-based systems use POP servers for retrieving email, but in today's environment, where users log in from multiple location using varied clients, this can prove problematic. One solution is to use IMAP instead. This time out we cover Apache SSL and PHP setup.

Setting Up the Squid Proxy Server

Enhance logging and filtering on your Linux server, while reducing bandwidth usage, with the free Squid Web Proxy Cache.

Using the New Linux ReiserFS Filesystem

The pros and cons of the new Linux filesystem type, ReiserFS.

Linux in a Wireless World

Take a look at the wireless networking options that Linux offers.

Using Linux to provide Macintosh services

Linux provides a low-cost means to provide a wealth of services to your network of Macintosh machines.

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