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Re: [libreplanet-discuss] Libre Email Service Recommendations

From: Adam Bolte
Subject: Re: [libreplanet-discuss] Libre Email Service Recommendations
Date: Fri, 9 Sep 2016 16:39:22 +1000
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On Thu, Sep 08, 2016 at 09:15:48PM -0700, Nathan Edson wrote:
> Many apologies if this has already been answered a million times. What
> are the current recommendations for libre email services? I've looked
> high and low and seem to come up with the regular suggestions of gmail
> etc...
> I don't mind paying a few bucks. I don't need super heavy duty privacy
> (like Tutanota). I ran my own email server for a couple of years and
> tired of the spam and semi constant attention it seemed to require of
> me. Suggestions? 

Were you using greylisting?
That alone cuts down nearly all spam.

The LetsEncrypt certbot can automatically take care of certificates.

You can configure Debian-based distros using unattended-upgrades or
cron-apt to e-mail you when there are security updates to install - or
even have it install security updates automatically if you're
comfortable with that.

Then all you need to do is dist-upgrade every few years.

The time-consuming part is setting it all up, and it sounds like
you've already achieved that.


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