[TriLUG] Mail Server options.
Mon, 14 Jan 2002 00:22:46 -0500
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Ben Pitzer [firstname.lastname@example.org] wrote:
> I've got Postfix installed, and working like a dream. It wasn't overly
> difficult, and I highly recommend it. It also seemed to me that exim is
> a tad too limited for my purposes, but Postfix filled the bill
> perfectly. It's not too difficult to configure, and you can have it
> installed and running in very short order.
I'll second that...
While QMail is very nicely written, it doesn't play well with the rest of
the system, I think. Dan Bernstein make some great code, he has this
knack for doing things in a very neat way that works like absolutely
nothing else, and therefore you spend a lot of time relearning things.
If you don't mind that, qmail is a great system, but it just drives me
QMail/Postfix is kind of like vi/emacs, I'm probably starting a holy war
right here... ;)
Ben Reed a.k.a. Ranger Rick (email@example.com)
http://defiance.dyndns.org/ / http://radio.scenespot.org/
Frankenstein was the creator -- not the monster. It's a common
misconception, held by all truly stupid people. -- Kryten
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