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RE: dependencies rpoblem

When I try to run dselect, it wants to uninstall packages that I have
installed myself, so that won't do.
I know postfix, but not exim, I have it on another machine, so I would like
to use it instead of exim. All my nerd friends recommend postfix.

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-----Original Message-----
From: Sven Burgener [mailto:maillists@bluewin.ch]
Sent: Monday, June 12, 2000 2:48 PM
To: Henrique M Holschuh; Debian-User
Subject: Re: dependencies rpoblem

>I had no problems ditching exim and installing postfix a few months

What advantages / plus-points does postfix have over exim?
I have only been using exim for a week now. Ran sendmail before, but as
I wasn't able to configure it to my (simple) needs, I switched to exim.


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