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Re: Exim (was Re: Qmail)

On 16 Dec 1996, Kai Henningsen wrote:

> clameter@waterf.org (Christoph Lameter)  wrote on 15.12.96 in <Pine.LNX.3.95.961215141521.4930A-100000@waterf.org>:
> > On Sun, 15 Dec 1996, Ian Jackson wrote:
> ian >> * Internet only (no UUCP &c, unlike Smail and Sendmail).
> > That does not matter too much I guess.
> Well, it's what may keep me from using it on my ISP, whose postmaster I've  
> lately become.
> I'll have to see if this can be worked around, because otherwise Exim  
> seems to be just what we need - but handling UUCP is absolutely essential.  
> All non-IP accounts are UUCP, and some of the IP people still use UUCP for  
> news&mail (like me, for example) - we'd actually prefer if everyone did..

Just another data point, but I too prefer to use UUCP for news and email.
So, if exim couldn't handle UUCP it would rule it out for me too.

Best regards,

Nick Busigin     <Sent from my Debian/GNU Linux Machine>    nick@xwing.org

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