Re: sendmail future
Richard A Nelson <email@example.com> writes:
> As the new maintainer of sendmail, I'm asking for your help in two
> places. I doubt the interest level is high enough to warrent keeping
> this on the list, so replies here or private are welcomed.
> 1) future direction
> I'm soliciting ideas you have for sendmail - no promises, except
> to add the items to my current wishlist.
I would like to have the check_* rules in the distribution.
> 2) installation and customization
I agree partially to Yann Dirson but I would put in an F):
F) providing access to local network
1) pop3 or Imap
2) no local network
Yann: I think forwarding mail to a local network is not what most of
the users will do. I think the scenario, that linux is used for inet
access (IP-forwarding, gatewaying, masquerading) by dialup and that
mail is stored on the linux server (fetched by Eudora, etc.) is much more
common than a local network with so much nodes, that you have to forward
the mail. I think forwarding is a problem of setting up DNS and MX hosts.
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