Re: Best mail transport agent for a desktop PC
If you have apt installed, apt-get install exim. Exim is the easiest to
configure. When prompted to created the exim.conf file, choose (2), then
enter the relavant information. After the setup app is finished vim
/etc/exim.conf and add the name of your local host where it says
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McGeorge School of Law
On 1 Mar 1999, Eloy A. Paris wrote:
> I am just wondering what's the best mail transport agent for a PC that
> will not be receiving e-mail from the outside world and will be
> transferring all e-mail to a mail hub.
> A standard installationg of Debian uses cron, which suggests a mail
> transport agent.
> In my servers I use sendmail but this looks overkill (in terms of
> use of valuable resources like memory) for a simple workstation.
> Can someone tell me what's in use out there (exim, smail, etc.)?
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