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yahoomail based upon what?

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which mail server software does yahoomail use?exchange or linux?
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yahoo mail based upon which server application?exchange2000 server or linux qmail or sendmail or groupware?
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check out the following

http://uptime.netcraft.com/up/graph/?host=www.yahoo.com

Yahoo run their sites on FreeBsd a verison of Unix. Their Mail application is also Unix based and is an in-house app developed by Yahoo.
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