Re: Exim + POP3 + quota problems
At 09:59 PM 03/19/2002 +0100, Emile van Bergen wrote:
On Tue, 19 Mar 2002, Loren Jordan wrote:
> > > I would recommend going with something like qmail (I like it more than
> > > anything else I have used) or any other pop server that supports
> > > Maildir.
> >Actually I have to deal with qmail on another machine, and I prefer
> >exim... and it supports Maildir delivery as well, so I think I'll just
> >try to switch to it.
> I hope exim works for you, everybody should use the best tool that they
> prefer to use. One of these days, I will try to make an exim mail server
> but I have too many qmail servers running without requiring attention, it's
> more trouble to switch now.
Just out of curiosity, why would you want to switch away from qmail at
all in such circumstances?
Well, actually I have no intention to switch... (yet?) I do want to become
more educated in the ways of exim because its the stock default MTA for
Debian and I might think that any new mail systems I build could/should use
it. I might also be called upon to work on an exim based machine,
knowledge can be a powerful paycheck enhancer. At this point in time, I
don't know enough about exim to say that I do or don't want to switch
everything to it.
I don't have a problem with DJB's license requirements, and I use
"unofficial" Debian packages to install qmail,djbdns,daemontools and these
packages work just fine (keep djb's software running as it should) but
installs some things outside of Debian's file system location
requirements. I like the security reputation of this software and I
understand qmail daemontools, and djbdns (after a lot of head + wall = loud
banging noises) but now they seem simple to work with and never break. I
know this can be said about other packages but hey, I picked my poison and
it hasn't killed me yet... Just think, some people use sendmail on
purpose, that just totally confuses me but oh well.
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