On 12/23/42 12:59, Nate Bargmann wrote:
Hi,* Jerry Stuckle <email@example.com> [2009 Jan 31 07:34 -0600]:A bit late, but I've been unavailable. When I need help configuring Exim, I look at the Exim mailing lists - just like I do any product.In the README.Debian file it quite explicitly discusses that support should be sought on the Debian list first and only afterward should the upstream Exim list be consulted. This is likely due to the Debian configuration changes that have been made to the package. Since I wound up solving my configuration entirely within the framework of the Debian configuration, asking on a Debian list was the proper avenue to take, IMO. For the record, I checked the Debian Exim4 mailing list and it appeared to have very low traffic and since I am already subscribed here, I asked here.I don't expect this to be a product support list.There seems to be a lot of "product support" that takes place on this list without issue. Why some got upset about this thread is puzzling to me. - Nate >>
What was the solution?
I'm interested in getting Exim4 to talk to a smarthost provider. TBird seems to have no problem, but Exim4 provokes an unexpected error.