[Dovecot] Getting rid of the common newbie problems

Scott Silva ssilva at sgvwater.com
Wed May 16 18:43:30 EEST 2007

> No amount of effort can help someone who is unwilling to learn the bare
> minimum about a new program they want to use - and if they aren't even
> aware that dovecot has a config file (as does every other server app
> I've ever used), or what it is named or where it is - well, I don't
> think I need to say anything more.
I would have to agree. Dovecot is not an end-user program, so a person needs
to read a few pages of docs and plan his install. That is why network admins
and IT people go to school and/or buy soo many technical manuals. Do scalpels
come with the book "Surgery for Dummies"?


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