--On Monday, August 16, 2004 21:37:13 +0930 "Paul A. Hoadley" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> 

On Sun, Aug 15, 2004 at 02:22:02PM -0700, Pat Lashley wrote:

Just FYI, Exim, with the ExiScan patches, can reject at SMTP time;
and also has a 'fakereject' capability which tells the sender that
the message has been rejected; but actually delivers it.

Thanks for the info. I have been thinking of changing MTAs for a while.

I've been using Exim for years now, and in several widly varying installations. I can heartily recommend it as solid, flexable, and capable. And the config file is actually pretty easy to read even in complex or highly customized configurations. (Unlike a certain ancient but still inexplicably popular MTA...) The FreeBSD port automatically includes the semi-official ExiScan patchest which adds the ability to do SpamAssassin and anti-virus scanning while the SMTP connection is still open.

The Exim mailing list has a pretty high signal-to-noise ratio;
and the folks on it tend to be friendly and helpful.  And there's
very good on-line documentation at http://www.exim.org/

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