On Wed, Oct 11, 2000 at 03:34:42PM -0700, dannyman wrote:
> I am a Postfix weenie. I don't care what the "default" MTA that comes with
> FreeBSD is, but I like that 4.x is better at giving you a choice in the
> matter. If someone wanted to maintain Postfix in the FreeBSD source tree as
> an alternative to Sendmail, I don't see what's wrong with that ... same for
> Qmail and the like. The main objection I would seis that you're then bloating
> FreeBSD's source tree with every MTA known to man. The answer? Jihad? Or
> make EVERY MTA an option for the base system? Or just do as has been done for
> time immemorial and leave Sendmail where it has always been ... :)
For the hundred millionth time, the right way to do all of this is in the
"everything is a package" approach, which everyone agrees is the right answer,
but no one has turned out code to do yet.
All time spent anywhere other then churning out the code for the that design is
wasted. We don't need another MTA in the default system, some would argue we don't
need the current on we have. We do need a more configurable install and adding
more MTAs isn't going to help.
Bill Fumerola - Network Architect, BOFH / Chimes, Inc.
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