Yes, that is correct with respect to versioning.

I believe you get the lastest 1.03-3.1 with update from development.

I've been using this version since creation date and have found no ill effects. There have been MANY downloads of this from the repos I control, and I can't be sure what people are using it for, hopefully production use. There are several other people I know of using the latest version successfully.

If there are others please pipe in and let us know your experience.

I wouldn't hesitate to install it in a production environment.


On 7/11/2019 6:23 PM, Angus McIntyre wrote:
This is probably a question for Eric B.

On the '' homepage, under CentOS 7 QMT Host, section 3, it offers three apparent alternatives -- a straight yum update, followed by yum update with 'qmt-testing' enabled, and yum update with 'qmt-devel' enabled. There are then four qmail versions described, one current, and three development.

My reading of this is that you get to pick one of these options, and if you choose the basic yum update, you get the qmail-1.03-2.1 install, if you use 'qmt-testing' you get qmail-1.03-2.1 but with updated versions of the supporting software, and if you choose 'qmt-devel', you get one of the versions listed as 'development repo'.

Is this more or less correct?

Which development version do you get if you choose 'qmt-devel'?

The qmail-1.03-3.1 repo is shown as having been installed at the end of September last year; has it proven stable enough that you'd recommend installing it in production?

Thanks in advance for any advice,


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