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Re: Use of an MTA on openBSD



I came from Linux and am likewise using Postfix as my MTA on OpenBSD. For me it was an easy choice as I have no desire to struggle with Sendmail. Postfix just works and is very easy to configure.

Sean


On May 14, 2004, at 7:21 AM, Carl Libra wrote:

Im running postfix as I came from NetBSD (hardware wasn't supported by OpenBSD) and they use Postfix as MTA. Now Im migrated to OpenBSD and isntalled the Postfix package and works perfect. Saved me a day of getting through the sendmail manuals :-)

So use what you feel comfortable with and what suits your needs.

From: "Kevin Barrass" <kevin_(_dot_)_barrass_(_at_)_wakefieldhis_(_dot_)_nhs_(_dot_)_uk>
To: <misc_(_at_)_openbsd_(_dot_)_org>
Subject: Use of an MTA on openBSD
Date: Fri, 14 May 2004 12:26:20 +0100

Hi

I'm building a new OpenBSD test server at work and have some experience
with Exim but Openbsd comes with sendmail which I have not used before
iam unsure what MTA to go with, if sendmail is good then Id rather stick
with what is packaged with sendmail.


Any advise welcome.

Regards

Kev


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