Re: Exim (was Re: Qmail)
> jgoerzen >> * Internet only (no UUCP &c, unlike Smail and Sendmail).
> jgoerzen >
> jgoerzen >How is that a "feature"? Lack of UUCP is a serious problem for
> Exim does not support complex bang paths like demanded by old style uucp
> networks. Exim DOES support uucp using domain names if set up properly.
Cool, OK, I guess I misunderstood what you were saying. Sorry.
BTW, I don't know of any UUCP site that still uses "bang paths" (there are
probably still some in existance, I'm sure, but I'd guess they are very rare).
Lemme ask you a few questions about Exim, then:
* Does it support using procmail as the default system delivery agent?
(so users need not put it in their .forward files)
* Does it support a file with compatible layout to /etc/aliases?
I really don't want to have to rewrite that file as I have *lots* mailing
lists hosted here.
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