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Email server solution


Can you please help with the decision of choosing the right solution for technical needs.

The need:

To have secured email communication.
All the emails should be encrypted during the process of sending.
All the emails should be encrypted on the email server itself.
Encryption send/receive when sending on same email domain.
What can be done when sending outside of domain?
Web access and local access in office when using M.Outlook or Thunderbird (some computers on Linux Mint).

Email server for team of 10-15 person.
Will need around 15-20 email addresses, maybe more later.

What email server would you suggest us?
Will we obtain our security goal if will use some online services, or if will rent a dedicated server or vps at our local hosting or internet provider?

Thank you in advance.

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Email::Sender::Failure(3pm)				User Contributed Perl Documentation			       Email::Sender::Failure(3pm)

Email::Sender::Failure - a report of failure from an email sending transport VERSION
version 0.110005 ATTRIBUTES
message This method returns the failure message, which should describe the failure. Failures stringify to this message. code This returns the numeric code of the failure, if any. This is mostly useful for network protocol transports like SMTP. This may be undefined. recipients This returns a list (or, in scalar context, an arrayref) of addresses to which the email could not be sent. METHODS
throw This method can be used to instantiate and throw an Email::Sender::Failure object at once. Email::Sender::Failure->throw(\%arg); Instead of a hashref of args, you can pass a single string argument which will be used as the "message" of the new failure. SEE ALSO
o Email::Sender::Permanent o Email::Sender::Temporary o Email::Sender::Multi AUTHOR
This software is copyright (c) 2012 by Ricardo Signes. This is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as the Perl 5 programming language system itself. perl v5.14.2 2012-03-06 Email::Sender::Failure(3pm)

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