Re: Mail Server?
Thanks everyone.....I will be going with Postfix, no one had any complaints
and I was leaning toward Postfix to begin with. I was surprised that no
one was really pushing qmail or sendmail.....
At 03:01 PM 6/17/2002, Simon Ross wrote:
I run exim and found it to be very easy to setup and run. Then again I
only use it for a home office. You would have to look at the exim mail
groups for more information about ISP use.
On Mon, 2002-06-17 at 17:46, Ottavio Campana wrote:
> On Mon, Jun 17, 2002 at 01:27:38PM -0400, Dave Baker wrote:
> > > I run potato's postfix since 266 days and I've never had a problem.
> > >
> > > I don't think exim's good for an ISP. It could be useful for a
> > > computer but nothing more. I don't like qmail.
> > >
> > Exim's very flexible configuration file makes it (imho) very suitable for
> > very configurable virtual mail handling.
> > I'd be interested to hear why you think it's no good - is that based on
> > personal experience?
> I have to say that on my worksation I use exim. But on bigger mailserver
> I prefer running postfix because I've found a imho better documentation.
> It has been easier for me to set it up.
> I think that postfix's configuration files are really easy to understand
> and debian's script for configuring it is a good point to start from.
> That's why I've chosen postfix.
> Exim's good when you have to set up a dialup configuration: you just
> select 2 and write your smarthost... Easy and fast :-)
> Non c'e' piu' forza nella normalita', c'e' solo monotonia.
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