Postfixing your mail server

Posted by dcparris on Nov 3, 2005 7:21 AM EDT
Ars Technica; By Ryan Paul, Ian Smith-Heisters, Matt Mondock
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Years removed from the original release of Postfix, the Unix-based mail server is still serving oodles of people every day. As a great alternative to Microsoft Exchange and the predecessor to crazy uncle Sendmail, Postfix is becoming the Linux mail server of choice, and is the SMTP mail transfer agent for Mac OS X Server. Sendmail may have a larger market share in the Linux community, but Postfix has a much simpler setup and is good for users who do not want to spend a lot of time configuring a mail server.

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