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    Post Need Info to transfer mailing from windows to linus platform

    Hi Guys,

    First of All thanks in Advance

    I am a newbie in linux, not even seen how linux looks like
    but i am fascinated by the cost linux servers are offering

    Currently we are using windows servers for hosting a mail sending program, and its working very fine, only problem is its 3 times costilier than the linux

    i need the help of you people to transfer my mail manageing domian from windows to Linux platform and thus saving my hard earned money

    The process, which we are following right now
    Local Server Installed with
    - SQL Server (for Databases Storage)
    - Visual Basic (For Programing)
    - ASP Email (for Producing Email Files)

    Web Servers Installed with
    - Same Asp Email (for Sending the mails)

    - Using VB Application and Sql Server, some set of Email files (Time Stamped) are produced at the Local Server (DateWise)

    - After that Email Files are transferred to the Web Server manually

    - ASP Email program at the Web Server keep Sending the mails at the time stamped with the E-mail

    I want to have all this task to be turned to Linux Platform

    Local Platform can be changed to linux, if really required

    Web Servers are easily available

    I need Help and info on this Topic
    Kindly help me

    Thanks & Regards

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    Linux Guru Rubberman's Avatar
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    Apr 2009
    I can be found either 40 miles west of Chicago, in Chicago, or in a galaxy far, far away.
    There are a lot of email apps for Linux, including the default "sendmail". There are web servers, sql database servers (MySql, Postgres, Oracle, etc), and many programming tools including BASIC. However, it won't support VBA - that is a Windows-only situation. For web-enabled apps, there are a lot of good scripting languages like javascript, jsp, python, php, and the like that will work well with the Apache web servers.
    Sometimes, real fast is almost as good as real time.
    Just remember, Semper Gumbi - always be flexible!

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