5 out of 5 with 6 ratings

mailcow: dockerized Reviews

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Easy to install, setup and manage, supports all latest releases of Ubuntu and Debian, provides ipv6 and ipv4 communication standards, provides dkim generator per each domain from the UI, have integration with antivirus, anti spam, firewall, fail2ban, mail client very easy to use, has API, is fast,the support is amazing and continuously developed and improved. I say this is the ideal software for a mail server and client.

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Easy to install and setup, supports all latest releases of Ubuntu and Debian, provides ipv6 and ipv4 communication standards, provides dkim generator per each domain from the UI, have integration with antivirus, anti spam, firewall, fail2ban, mail client very easy to use, has API, is fast,the support is amazing and continuously developed and improved. I say this is the ideal software for a mail server and client.

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I have long used postfix dovecot, I shopped around recently since it's all on trusty 14.04 still.

in history I have basically tried it all and manually set it all up with server side sieve, rainloop, roundcube, spamassasin, milters, dkim ...

I have tried many of the out of the box solutions like mail in a box
modoboa citidel etc etc etc ...

in the end there are 3 ways that I considered for my production server.
1 .From scratch with some admin interfaces slapped on it... (did not want this more then anything)

  1. Modoboa, This one was a toss up with mailcow, I really liked their development model and feature offered through crowd source model.
    the fact it's built natively in python3... It is really nice

  2. MailCow, very active community, officially supported ansible roles and docker ... I did love modoboa but opted for the polish and believe the technical debt incurred will be the least over time.

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Farily easy to set up (for an e-mail server suite), well documented, ressource hungry features can be disabled if needed to.

Awesome!

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if you choose wisely your host (debian and ubuntu) and your don't try to do into the esoteric (alpine or photon) everything works as it should ;)

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The best I tried so far!

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