Since then I have swapped my home desktop to Gentoo and setup a VM at work for me to do my development in. When I have problems, Portage provides enough output for me to figure out the problem (or find the solution through the forums).I like the control I have over my system and I like that I'm usually running more up to date packages than are found in other distributions.I've put the routine updating/maintenance steps into scripts to run routinely and consistently, and so I rarely have merging issues.When I do, there is usually some known reason for it and the answers can be found by examining the package emerge logs and forums.qmail is a modern SMTP server which makes sendmail obsolete, written by Dan Bernstein, who also has a web page for qmail. You can download netqmail 1.06 (Redhat RPMs, and Debian .debs, HP-UX, Gentoo, and Open BSD ports) and redistribute qmail for free. It's also archived at The Aims Group, at Gossamer Threads, and in Mailbox-format archives.
This section is specifically targeted to stand-alone install and execution.The main criteria of its usefulness -- reliability, and if DRAC hangs the situation is much worse that its complete absence (in this case you just buy a standalone KVM).In case you don't have personnel on a remote site and you experience this situation with rack mounted server, or if blade sever does not reacts to the attempt reboot the DRAC from the enclosure, "frozen" DRAC is a real SNAFU.mail, Network Solutions, Verio, Message Labs (searching 100M emails/week for malware), (a big listserv hub, using qmail since 1996), Ohio State (biggest US University), Yahoo!Groups, Listbot, (Western US ISP), Telenordia, (German ISP), Net Zero (free ISP), Critical Path (email outsourcing service w/ 15M mailboxes), Pay Pal/Confinity, Hypermart.net, Casema, Pair Networks, Topica, My tr, FSmail.net, Mycom.com, and