Re: Smail -> Exim: If smail works, why change?
On Sat, Feb 20, 1999 at 11:54:31AM -0500, Jim Foltz wrote:
>Is there any compelling reason to switch from smail to exim?
How about this:
Ease of configuration with Exim, and Procmail (with it's cryptic
recipes) becomes obsolute, because Exim has already very powerful
filtering capabilities in kind of a "basic" language.
There's also an Exim-monitor (for X)
Example for filtering with exim:
# take care of mailing list debian-user
$header_X-Mailing-List contains firstname.lastname@example.org
# Save all non-urgent messages by weekday:
$header_subject: does not contain "urgent" AND
$tod_full matches "^(...),"
Kind regards Frederick
Linux *is* user-friendly.
It's just a little picky about it's friends.