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Re: Community opinion for new MTA



I would also support Exim..:)

On Tue, Apr 26, 2011 at 9:38 PM, Harry Hoffman <hhoffman ip-solutions net>wrote:

> Postfix is the way to go :-)
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> Hi all,
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>
>  I've been a long time user of qmail, but I'm looking for opinions on
> other MTA's.  Currently I admin two qmail servers and I have a need to
> migrate one of those to a newer machine.  I could stay with qmail, being
> that I'm extremely familiar with it, but the fact that it hasn't been
> updated in years (and doesn't look like it ever will be), I'm open to
> moving to more current MTA's.  The sever would have to support the most
> common things, like multiple domains (ability to route based on domain
> and such), the ability to relay and/or run scripts configurable down to
> the user domain level, being able to handle a mailing list of 250k
> subscribers (as long as we can inject to the send), the ability to set
> different header elements like 'reply to' and 'bounce' addresses, etc.
> Time is kind of short for me, so if I'm to go with anything other than
> qmail, it can't have a steep learning curve for getting the basics up
> and running.  Thanks for your opinions in advance.
>
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Abhilash


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