How To Make A Basic Email Server


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The only downside with most e-mail providers is that they host all of your private e-mails on their own servers. That means they “own” all of your private e-mails. One way to keep your private e-mails private is to create your own e-mail server and host it yourself. I’ll show you how to make a basic e-mail server using a cheap $25 Raspberry Pi computer.

[notification type=”notification_warning”]This video only shows the very basics required to set up an e-mail server. Hosting your own e-mail server comes with it’s own dangers, including spam, potential hackers, and potential viruses. If you intend to follow this tutorial, please use due diligence to make it secure.[/notification]

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