Re: MTA wars (was Re: make anacron a base package)
- To: Anthony Towns <email@example.com>
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- Subject: Re: MTA wars (was Re: make anacron a base package)
- From: Marc.Haberemail@example.com (Marc Haber)
- Date: Thu, 01 Apr 1999 09:09:18 GMT
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On Thu, 1 Apr 1999 12:21:42 +1000, you wrote:
>well, isn't. It's maintained, it's considered secure, it's considered
>fairly fast (although usually qmail is nominated as better), and it's
>considered easy to configure and well documented. At least by me.
I second this. qmail is known to perform better under load because it
doesn't fork (and I actually like it because of the maildir concept -
no locks!), but exim is still easier to configure. And exim's support
is superb. One time, it took Philip a mere 38 minutes to produce a
(working!) fix for an obscure bug that I have been experiencing.
_This_ is what I call supported software.
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