E-mail for Standalone Workstations

Knowing how to run a full-fledged e-mail server is an excellent system administration skill; however, it doesn't help you much if your FreeBSD machine isn't intended to be an Internet server providing mail services for dozens of users. What if you're just running a workstation, in the same way that someone might run a Windows desktop machine, with a Gnome or KDE desktop and graphical productivity applications instead of server tools?

Fortunately, as you might guess, a standalone workstation's e-mail setup is much less complex than that of a full-scale server. Still, it's no less important an environment to know how to control, and there are some interesting tricks that will make standalone computing with FreeBSD ...

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