Re: Newbie: Is there a basic Debian-for-ISP HOWTO?
On Thursday, August 1, 2002, at 04:23 PM, Marcin Sochacki wrote:
IMO, exim and postfix are comparable and there's no huge difference
which favours one of them. I use exim in all my installations, they are
usually small to medium size, but even with big ones, I would consider
exim as a good MTA.
A large ISP in europe whom I used to work for uses Exim to relay mail
for over 2 million customers.
Its a fast MTA, usable in large to huge installations.
I would consider Exim to be an excellent MTA.
This nicest thing about Exim is that you don't have to frig around with
the binary to get it to do nice things like LDAP. It just works out of
the box, and scales up to millions of users without fuss. Just learn
how to use the exim configuration file :) Unlike, say, qmail where you
have to patch the source. (Not that qmail isn't good - it is excellent.)
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