Quoting Steve Langasek (firstname.lastname@example.org): > My point is precisely that I don't think there are any salient technical > advantages of one over the other. Either postfix or exim4 meets our needs > for a default MTA, and both have packages that appear to be well-supported > by their maintainers and by the community; so as a TC member I could only > vote for postfix because I don't *like* exim4 (and its packaging), and I do > run postfix everywhere. I.e., it's a question of personal preference; I can > express the reasons for my preference in terms of technical features of the > packages, but it still comes down to a popularity contest in the end. ...balanced by other considerations such as the one bringed by Manoj later (existing installed, base and/or documentation, etc.). Even if the -ctte has trouble doing the decision, I think that having that discussion happening in the CTTE would help converging towards a decision. You guys are there *also* because we trust you for not only putting your personal preferences over "higher" considerations...
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