Re: exim or postfix for home modem user?
Dan Jacobson <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> I wan reading in the exim FAQ:
> Q1403: How should Exim be configured when it is acting as a temporary
> storage system for a domain on a dial-up host?
> A1403: Exim isn't really designed for this, but...
> Anyways, I'm junior home user Dan. Every day I connect my modem for
> 20 minutes to my ISP to exchange mail and browse. Do I want to go
> with the woody installation default and use "exim" or should I instead
> opt for the postfix I was using on Mandrake 7.2 which I am leaving for
Exim is Debians default MTA and works. If you use autodialing you
might want to keep it from making lots of DNS-lookups (host_lookup)
and tell it to don't try immidiate delivery (queue_only*). Exim is
documented _very_ nicely in /usr/share/doc/exim.
OTOH if you have some knowledge of postfix I cannot see why you should
learn how to configure another MTA and switch to exim. Debian
provides it as package and won't try to force you to switch to exim.
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