Re: [RFC] Exim as standard Debian MTA?
>>"Steve" == Steve Lamb <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
Steve> Take a look at Sendmail configuration some time. Early in its
Steve> development they made concessions in the configuration format
Steve> that made it convenient for the program to parse it, not the
Steve> human. To this day they have not shrugged off that legacy.
Steve> It is so bad that to effectively and efficiently configure
Steve> sendmail you have to use a seperate macro language and then
Steve> compile it into the configuration file!
Personally, I think sendmail.cf gets a bad rap. It does have a
learning curve, but once learned, it is highly elegant and simple to
use. Also, I do not see using a compiler to go from a human readable
format to a machine readable format a negative; it is, after all, how
most executables are created.
who still directly edits sendmail.cf
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Manoj Srivastava <email@example.com> <http://www.datasync.com/%7Esrivasta/>
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