There’s plenty of information online on how to configure Postfix and Dovecot but it turned out that there were a few last-mile steps that aren’t adequately documented. I remember my first go-around was pretty hairy, but the second time, I found a better starting point and learned from the first experience. So I decided to set things down, both for my benefit and that of others.
I read a HackerNews post pointing to Kristof Kovacs’ collection of a list of Unix terminal tools that he called “obscure.” Admittedly, some of them were hardly obscure – both editors vim and emacs made the list, along with a text-based game called nethack (which I’ve played but nowhere as frequently as I’ve opened up emacs and vim to edit files.)
Looking for the list on Google, I realized (though not surprised when I did so) that many others had compiled similar, and similarly edifying, lists: