Re: I don't need an MTA
2009/2/1 Nuno Magalhães <email@example.com>:
> I like the client/server approach but this MTA stuff is kind of
> annoying for regular desktop use. Is there a bogus MTA? One that'll
> pretend to be one and accept stuff from its clients but basically
> /dev/null everything?
I like nullmailer,
since you don't seem to care: no (real) setup required just have the
mail address you want important system messages to be sent to in
/etc/nullmailer/adminaddr (or similiar after installing you'll find
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