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The following is a simple wrapper program that will allow the execution of procmail as a specific user (when used with Postfix as a delivery command). All the does is change the user id and group id of the currently running process, then executes the standard procmail in /usr/bin/procmail. This is most useful in Virtualmin, but not specifically for that.
The Virtualmin Project makes a pre-compiled version available for i386 and X86_64, but not PowerPC.
Starting with version 3.1, Mozilla Thunderbird has a built-on feature for automatically discovering mail server settings. While the default operation of "guessing" the setup works great 90% of the time, there is a feature that will "look-up" the correct settings for the given email address.
I've recently been coming across some major commercial software that has gone the .NET route. It's very disappointing and sad to see great software come to this. When a software developer chooses to use/develop thier application .NET, it looses users, becomes lesser in quality, and locks itself into Windows. The purpose of this article is to inform developers why they should avoid .NET.