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Can I run a Mail server on FriHost





Possum
I saw this post

http://www.frihost.com/forums/vt-136885.html


Does this mean I can run a mail server on Frihost..

The reason this interest me is that I would like format certain E- Mail and put it on a Webpage so I can browse to it on my Mobile..
RosenCruz
Possum wrote:
I saw this post

http://www.frihost.com/forums/vt-136885.html


Does this mean I can run a mail server on Frihost..

The reason this interest me is that I would like format certain E- Mail and put it on a Webpage so I can browse to it on my Mobile..


That post is about someone who wants to change the mail server his ubuntu machine. Probably he has his own virtual or dedicated machine. We are using the server of Frihost on a shared environment.
badai
maybe there is php package that you can install.
k_s_baskar
Possum wrote:
I saw this post

http://www.frihost.com/forums/vt-136885.html


Does this mean I can run a mail server on Frihost..

The reason this interest me is that I would like format certain E- Mail and put it on a Webpage so I can browse to it on my Mobile..


Mail servers are already installed in servers. You can create mail accounts from you control panel.
If you wish to send receive mail than try to access your mail accounts from webmail (ie. http://yourdomain/webmail
biolu
Same than above, I just use frihost webmail server and they work quite well (as long as you you keep your account updated)
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