ISP in a box: Host mail, web and more on a Mac

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    Category: Tips and How To's
    Link: ISP in a box: Host mail, web and more on a Mac
    Description:: Richard Valk’s “ISP in a box” project provides instructions for setting up a mail, web and more server on a Mac mini (or any Mac) at home. Richard has now released “ISP in a box” 2.0, a series of blog posts with instructions and links to binaries that allow you to be your own ISP.

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    if it actually provided a solution for providing others with internet service, i'd be interested. this is just what I'm doing right now (all with one piece of software, MAMP, which has a nice cocoa GUI) with a mail server included. the one cool thing that this piece introduced me to was the RoundCube webmail platform, which seems rather mac-ish to me.
     

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