Re: (OT) Prejudice against sendmail?
On 07.09.06 23:04, Paul Johnson wrote:
> On Thursday 07 September 2006 18:51, Cameron L. Spitzer wrote:
> > [This message has also been posted to linux.debian.user.]
> > In article <6QhSLfirstname.lastname@example.org>, email@example.com wrote:
> > > qmail has the least Debian support, due to uninteresting
> > > licensing issues, but has a large user community and excellent
> > > documentation (www.lifewithqmail.org, qmail.org). It runs nicely
> > > on Debian systems, and is unlikely to require upgrading.
> > Sorry, no. On anything bigger than your personal mail
> > server, Qmail is going to require replacing with a modern MTA.
> There's a reason to not like it other than just djb-damage?
googling for "qmail bugs wishlist" might help to make your view.
the most annoying parts are accept-then-bounce behaviour and mail unbundling
(mail to more recipients at the same place will be delivered for each
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