Email working

I have not really mentioned it here yet, but my personal email address is now working again (it’s the one which has my first name before the at sign, and linuxart.com at the end).

In not-so-unrelated news: Woo-hoo Hula. (:

The Hula Logo

(I switched my mailserver to Hula and now my email works again. Thanks, Hula!)

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4 Responses to “Email working”

  1. Christian says:

    Just installed Hula myself to give it a try, looks nice so far :). Though, since I’m not hosting my own mail, I’d need some way to suck the mails from my ‘original’ mailserver to my local Hula server. Inside Hula or outside doesn’t matter. If you know a spiffy way feel free to let me know.

    *Shamelessly using Garrett’s site as support forum* šŸ™‚

  2. Fetchmail may do what you want — or if your normal mail server supports forwarding, then have it forward stuff over.

  3. Bobby says:

    I tried installing Hula a couple of weeks ago, on my Gentoo server. I grabbed it from CVN..it compiled correctly but some libraries were not built. I wish I could remember them off the top of my head, but I can’t. I thought that maybe it was because I was using a different distro then Suse.

    I really wanted to try it out. I use Postfix and Courier-IMAP. How well does Hula replace them, if you can call it a replacement?

  4. It is a replacement (although it will be made to play along nicely with other software soonish).

    Not all libraries build. You will get some warnings about things… It will still work; this is all know and it is due to recently being open sourced from a closed source product. Everything that crucially matters is there. If it builds and installs, then it probably works. (You will want to read the docs at the Hula website.

    Spam filtering and virus scanning aren’t there yet, but open source versions (which integrate with other software) will be there soon, most likely.

    It does work, and it works fast. (:

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