mail admin – deleting old accounts

I’m just beginning the CentOS installation on the HP server and, as is often the case with my mind, a sort-of-but-not-totally-related question pops up.

In all of the mailadmin documentation I’ve read in the last couple of weeks (electronic reams of the stuff), I haven’t read anything about deleting an entire email account in Postfix.

I don’t know if I’m going to use Postfix as my mailserver (there are a number of choices), but my point is, in admin terms, you’d want to be able to remove redundant email accounts, yes?

Well, yes, obv.

So I’m going to pause the server installation until I have a better handle on this (to me, fundamental) piece of mailadmin.

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2 Responses to mail admin – deleting old accounts

  1. Masher says:

    Just thought I’d mention that it all seems to work fine at this end, so your NAS (and you) are doing a good job.

    I like that, in your Pending tab, you list all the stuff you’ve yet to do, and yet you’ll still find time to watch Patrick Swayze give Demi Moore a a quick pottery lesson.

    • Whoops! says:

      Patrick Swayze give Demi Moore a quick pottery lesson? That’s a fantastic euphemism that kept me smiling throughout the afternoon.

      Ghost is an open source publishing platform, kind of a cross between blogger and wordpress. I’m going to look at it, but I doubt I’ll do much with it.

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