Re: [desktop] Installation of mail server by default
Let's stop "iirc" and "I think". ;-)
Graham Wilson <email@example.com> wrote:
> On Sat, Mar 15, 2003 at 03:45:38PM +0100, Andreas Metzler wrote:
>> Matthew Forrester <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>>> A sensible Idea would be to have nullmailer installed. none of my
>>> debian using friends knew about nullmailer, but were well chuffed
>>> when i told them about it, as they could get rid of the mta on there
>> Iirc nullmailer has problems with pine (if it does it is documented),
>> I might mix it up with ssmtp though.
That is ssmtp.
>> Additionally having a MTA which manages a queue is a real nice thing
>> for dialup hosts (masqmail might be a good choice).
> i think nullmailer does this.
ssmtp: No queue, no daemon, just /usr/sbin/sendmail. pine-problems
nullmailer: reminds me of a very stripped down qmail.
Afaict both can't do local deliveries or listen on Port25.
 This isn't bad because pine can talk to a mailhub directly.
Hey, da ist ein Ballonautomat auf der Toilette!
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