[buug] Whats a good MTA?

Matt Bockman bonkers at thetechbox.com
Tue Dec 10 21:13:33 PST 2002

well, I just have like.. 3 accounts. ONe for me, one for my junk mail, and
one for my friend. I don't need anything of great power, really. But I would
like to have a sort of hotmailish thing going on, where I could check my
mail from my site. Anyway, latez all...

----- Original Message -----
From: "Nick Jennings" <nkj at namodn.com>
To: "Matt Bockman" <bonkers at thetechbox.com>
Cc: <Buug at weak.org>
Sent: Tuesday, December 10, 2002 8:43 PM
Subject: Re: [buug] Whats a good MTA?

> Exim is extremely configurable (and very well documented). It supports
> logically seperating out users based on domain names.
> So, for instance, what I do on my server, is I have my servers domain &
> accounts set up normally. Then I have another domain name which is used
> exclusively for webmail (iaminsane.com) and it has a completely seperate
> namespace for user accounts, so the two do not conflict.
> I've been very happy with exim. I have not been very happy with sendmail.
> I do like Veggie Burgers. I do not like Anchovies.
> - Nick
> On Tue, Dec 10, 2002 at 07:52:59PM -0800, Matt Bockman wrote:
> > I'm trying to find a good mail transfer agent. I know my qmail works
wonders and all, but I'm just trying to figure out, cuz... I want to have a
webmail type thing on my website, one that I can customize and stuff. But I
gotta have a good MTA that will work with that. Anyone know any good
> >
> > ~Matt
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