Re: Summary - Sparc mail issues
If that's your main purpose, I'd suggest ssmtp instead - it only
routes mail outbound to a mail server, no need to worry about
security or anything else. Just point it at your SMTP server
and away it goes. Best solution for that.
Of course, I realize that you've already set it up now. :)
On Thu, 2 Nov 2000, Jeremy Rashbrooke wrote:
> Fortunately my requirements were pretty modest -- just getting
> mail to leave the nest was sufficient, really. smail did this fairly
> painlessly, so of course I was emotionally attached to it. apt-cache
> searches showed me zmailer (ostensibly the fastest in the west?),
> but the rest of the description was too scarey.
> Anyway, sparc-smail is now added to NTP and VNC-sparc on
> my impressively short list of things Debianish that failed to work
> as expected by simply apt-get'ing them. (And I'm happy to blame
> NTP's failings on the Solaris legacy systems here anyway.)
> exim, of course, works out of the box. Thanks to the two people
> who suggested I follow that path. Now I just need to battle the
> Groupwise weenies whose system likes to delay incoming mail
> for a good half hour.
> PS. I can confirm that relaying is turned off by default ; )