On Sun, Oct 08, 2000 at 01:14:14PM +0200, Brad Knowles wrote:
>               2.  You mention the use of snapshots, but this is not
>                       recommended practice for sites new to postfix.  Instead,
>                       start with the most recent "release" version, e.g.,
>                       postfix-19991231-pl09.
>                       According to Wietse, the "snapshot" versions are:
>                               Work-in-progress code, subject to change, needs
>                               testing before it can become an official release.
>                       However, these versions are what he runs on his own
>                       systems, so it's probably better than the official
>                       "production" release version of code from most anyone
>                       else.

Heh.. Wietse uses so-called ``experimental'' Postfix on his systems.
And there are *LOTS* of people who think that whatever Wietse runs is
good enough for them.. so this statement had better be hased on personal
experience about the actual stability of ``experimental''.

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