Mail server migration - w00t!

Have you ever seen a server with a post-it note on it reading “LEAVE ON, DO NOT TOUCH”? Chances are it was probably the mail server. Email has a lot of components and they all need to play along, so once you have the system working, you want to modify it as little as possible. Security updates only, basically. And certain checks, like making sure that the storage component isn’t getting filled up too much.

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Nixing the Old for Good: Exploring New Ways with NixOS

Greetings, fellow tech enthusiasts, it’s time for an update from the star ship No Agenda’s engine room! As the designated tech honcho for No Agenda I’ve been dedicating a lot of time over the past year to researching the best possible successor (the fifth incarnation!) to our current infrastructure. Our current Linux distribution just isn’t cutting it anymore and the hardware’s getting old – changes need to be made. But where to begin? Should I stick with what I know (Debian, Gentoo, Funtoo), or venture out into uncharted territory?

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