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postfix is an easy choice. it is easier to install and is secure. I use it to for a mail relay server and it works great. qmail (I believe) is ...
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- 10-19-2004 #11
postfix is an easy choice. it is easier to install and is secure. I use it to for a mail relay server and it works great. qmail (I believe) is not distrubuted in any packages form, rpm, deb,...
- 10-20-2004 #12
Running postfix now with no complaints, but have used qmail sucessfuly before also, in the end, I saw no serious differnce in either, but I was only handling 4-5 accounts with 100 emails a day adverage outgoing and another 100-200 incoming.
- 10-21-2004 #13
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- Oct 2004
I'd say qmail all the way..
It's designed for extensible systems where the load can increase to any no.
It's used by email giants like Yahoo! Mail.
The main site of qmail is http://cr.yp.to/qmail.html - which is the site of Dan J. Bernstein - the author of qmail.
Also, this page would be of help: http://cr.yp.to/surveys.htmlThe Unforgiven
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- 12-14-2004 #14
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- Jan 2004
Trust a fellow newbie. Post fix is the best for and email server. It is versatile and fast.