OSX Server 10.6

Discussion in 'OS X and OS X Apps' started by nerdoc, Dec 14, 2009.

  1. nerdoc

    nerdoc Member

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    Ei guys need your help... I'm working for a medium sized company 150-200 employees currently our email hosting is not doing so good i would like to make our Email services inhouse planning to use the new macmini. I need to know if the OSX 10.6 server can handle email and website for us??

    any feedback to all osx server users

    thanks and more power to philmug
     
  2. brain1976

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    For email you'll need some form of external storage to store all of them :). Though the mac mini is capable of doing email and website hosting, the lack of a secondary ethernet port makes it a bit handicapped compared to say a mac pro or xserve. Do you also plan on hosting the user database on it? Or will you just hook up to an external database (LDAP server)?
     

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