Re: Which mail server?
Thanks very much for the information.
I'll install postfix and cyrus.
All comments helped so much.
Felipe Augusto van de Wiel (faw) wrote:
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On 02/24/2006 12:46 PM, Mustafa Kutsal Ay wrote:
yes, its quite true. i am sure qmail has patches to do both of the works.
but, it is also the problem itself.
qmail has too much patches, after patching so many times it becomes
postfix is not good at performance comparing to qmail (i mean slightly
slower), but it can do the same things in the painless way.
ps: and i dont ever know any patch that qmail does all deliveries at
one smtp transaction.
Just a quick note, qmail-ldap patch is pretty good, it
incorporates a lot of other patches in a single patch and it
is very well maintained by Andre Oppermann and Claud Jeker. I
don't like qmail patch structure or netqmail, but qmail-ldap
shows up as a very good solution to integrate with LDAP and
in certain aspects the approach is better than postfix-ldap
and exim-ldap. :-)
Felipe Augusto van de Wiel (faw)
"Debian. Freedom to code. Code to freedom!"
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