Bill Fumerola wrote:
> 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.
Yes! Yes! Yes!
Where am I, and what am I doing in this handbasket?
Wes Peters [EMAIL PROTECTED]
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