Re: Postfix as default MTA?
In article <19990630001540.A9123@rising.com.au>, Hamish Moffatt
>I would compromise performance before simplicity for a default MTA.
Yes. And add documentation as my major point on choosing a default MTA -
what does it help the newbie if he has a technological superior MTA, if he
can't use it? Forget everything about "intuitive configuration files" -
that doesn't work. A default MTA that doesn't have enough documentation
for newbies to use it and for professionals to get work done (or to decide
against it and choose another, because some situation can not be solved
with this one) creates more problems than it solves.