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Sat 03 Sep 2005

DNS Enabler will work on OS X Server

Category : Technology/DNSEnablerForOSXServer.txt

Just a note about DNS Enabler and OS X Server. Yes it will work on Server.

This is not like Postfix Enabler, which couldn't work on Server because Server is wired to Cyrus for IMAP and POP while Postfix Enabler uses UW/IMAP and I'm afraid (no, I'm sure) I will mess things up for a Server mail user.

OS X Server is short of a good DNS set-up tool. So I'll be happy if DNS Enabler proves to be useful to all those Xserve administrators out there.

I'll have a new release of DNS Enabler with support for setting up slave backup name servers by tomorrow. It's almost done.

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