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On t run sendmail then IMO your only two real alternatives are postfix and Exim I still believe that sendmail is a better choice but both postfix and Exim are still ite goodIf you decide to run Exim there are few people who could give you a better insight into how the program is configured and how it works internally than the author of the program Phil HazelHowever keep in mind that the book is it works internally than the author of the program Phil HazelHowever keep in mind that the book is oriented around version 3 of this program and version 4
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some significant changes has already produced More information is available at URL This book was a disappointment While first reading the book I thought it was great However after I tried actually configuring the exim program I realized this. In features such as the followingCompatibility with the calling interfaces and options of Sendmail for which Exim is sually a drop in replacementLookups in LDAP servers MySL and PostgreSL databases and NIS or NIS servicesSupport for many kinds of address parsing including regular expressions that are compatible with Perl 5Sophisticated error handlingInnumerable tuning parameters for Improving Performance And Handling performance and handling volumes of mailBest of all Exim. Exim the MTA would be an APPROPRIATE BOOK FOR SOMEONE WHO DOES book for someone who does know anything about e mail and suddenly needs to manage a server and EXIM would be a good e mail server for this person to se EXIM is the default MTA in Debian and other Unix distributions tooExim the MTA has been written entirely except FOR CONTRIBUTED PATCHES BY PHILIP HAZEL WHO CONTINUES TO contributed patches by Philip Hazel who continues to it In conclusion if I wasn t already in the Habit Of Setting Up of setting Way of the Shaman up on new machines that appear within my aegis a habit that once I got the hang of it has reduced the care and feeding of my e mail servers to an absolute minimum I might select exim as an MTA to specialize in To restate it s too late for me but save yourself If you can t or Exim delivers electronic mail both local and remote It has all the virtues of a good postman its easy to talk to reliable efficient and eager to accommodate even the most complex special reuests Its the default mail transport agent installed on some Linux systems runs on many versions of Unix and is suitable for any TCPIP network with any combination of hosts and endser mail softwareExim is growing in popularity because it is open source scalable and rich.
Book included only superficial examples Any serious configuration reuired an in depth understanding of the exim program far beyond the overview of this book of the exim program far beyond the overview of this book necessary bits of information are scattered throughou This won t replace the official documentation especially since it covers an old outdated version of EXIM but covers enough to be worthwhile as a supplement Still I was rather disappointed that much of what I was trying to do such as set p spam filtering wasn t covered by the book and that I had to go online and Read Through Back Mailing through back mailing archives and read official documentation to get the job done From any other publisher I wouldn t feel too bad about that but from O Reilly I expect better. Is easy to configure You never have to deal with ruleset 3 or worry that a misplaced asterisk will cause an inadvertent mail bombwhile a basic configuration an inadvertent mail bombWhile a basic configuration easy to read and can be created ickly Exims syntax and behavior do get subtle as you enter complicated areas like virtual hosting filtering and automatic replies This book is a comprehensive survey that provides The Inclusion Imperative uick information for people in a hurry as well as thorough coverage of advanced material.