Take back control of your email with this easy-to-deploy mail server in a box.
Mail-in-a-Box lets you become your own mail service provider in a few easy steps. It’s sort of like making your own gmail, but one you control from top to bottom.
Technically, Mail-in-a-Box turns a fresh cloud computer into a working mail server. But you don’t need to be a technology expert to set it up.
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|Required to use||Nextcloud|
|Required to use||SpamAssassin|
|Required to use||Munin|
|Required to use||OpenDKIM|
|Required to use||Uncomplicated Firewall (UFW)|
|Required to use||Nginx|
|Required to use||Roundcube|
|Required to use||Z-push|
|Required to use||nsd4|
|Required to use||Dovecot|
|Required to use||Postfix|
|Required to use||Duplicity|
|Required to use||Postgrey|
|Required to use||Fail2ban|
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