This list is by far not complete, it will grow. If you have an idea or a program to include, mail it to the above email address!
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A good Multi User Environment is needed. MUFS is still working, but with new Amigas ahead there need to be an update. We think that a Multi User environment is really needed to provide security to a server connected 24h a day. It should also be compatible with AmiTCP and Miami user administrations. Also Ixemul.library compatibility should be provided.
Status: needing a programmer to complete this project.
Mail delivery is also an important issue. There are only a few mailers that can handle a complete server with multiple e-mail addresses and are able to execute programs on mail-delivery. Programs should also work with (E)SMTP.
Qmail is developed by Rask Ingemann Lambertsen
Qmail homepage at:http://www.gbar.dtu.dk/~c948374/Amiga/qmail/
Status: Development continues.
Smail was developed by Ralph-Thomas Aussem but there are no updates made anymore (as far as I know). However, it's the only Amiga mailer that understands standard sendmail aliases.
Downloadable here: AmigaSmail3-29.lha
Status: Needs some work.
There are not many e-mail readers that understands standard mailbox format AND are usable via a Telnet connection. Most Amiga E-mail programs, like Yam or Eucalyptus have their own format in which they store/retrieve mail. So, for a server they are almost unusable (almost, you should be able to access your own popd and with the pop protocol access your mail with for example Yam. But there are some mail programs that are able to do the job:
There are a few pop daemons for the Amiga that allow to get mail from your server through the pop protocol. Almost every mailclient like YAM, Netscape Mail, IE mail etc, can get mail from your server after installation.
There are several Bots available for the Amiga.
FTP is of course an essential part of an server. Several solutions are available. Here is a list:
Wu-ftpd is a very stable and fast ftpdaemon. Almost everything is configurable.
LS-FTPD is an GUI driven ftp daemon, and very configurable. It looks like development stopped (the last update is from 1 jan 1997).
Some old versions:
There is actually only one ftp client that is usable on a server, and that is ncftp. Still a very good ftp program, and one of the fastest ftp clients available for the Amiga.
There are not many really usable telnetdaemons, all lack some features which makes them not as usable as it should be. For example, a selectable shell for telnet would be very handy. Also the output the shell delivers is not always desirable. For example, if i login with a windows95 telnet client, my password is visible and i have to use local echo to see what i type! Except if i use pico or pine to read my mail, then i have to turn local echo off again. Maybe i do something wrong.. if so, enlighten me pls :) Anyway here are some telnet daemons:
There are several telnet clients for the Amiga available. I only list the clients that are usable over a telnet connection, not gui-only-driven clients.