dude, yahoo uses qmail, nuff said!
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From: <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
Sent: Tuesday, July 05, 2005 1:39 PM
Subject: Re: [vchkpw] Why does Inter7 opt Qmail?
> I cannot name any company name but I used to work for a large
> telecommunications provider. They are world leader for supplying mobile
> operators with core network solutions like SMS and WAP. While designing
> their MMS solution they had to choose an MTA to handle all the email
> involved in MMS. Of all the options, they choose qmail becuase it was
> secure, scalable and very reliable. Also their idea of scalable and
> reliale is 99.999% uptime and 200 msg/sec.
> That secures qmail as my mail server, always!!
> > On Tue, 5 Jul 2005 15:05:22 -0300
> > Bruno Negrão <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> >> >does your boss have a rationale for his doubts, or are they based
> >> >upon a 'gut' feeling? usually doubts arise based upon shortcomings.
> >> >what shortcoming does your boss see in qmail (note, small 'q' - it
> >> >is not "Qmail").
> >> OK. He wants to know if there is a tendency on the market for some
> >> other mailserver. He asks me what mailservers the biggest linux/Unix
> >> distributors are using on their products. For example, what's the
> >> mailserver shipped with RedHat, Solaris, Mandrake, Debian, etc? I
> >> really don't know. I believe all of them are shipped only with
> >> Sendmail, but I'm not sure on this actually.
> > Debian (and Ubuntu - based on Debian) and FreeBSD all use Exim by
> > default. I'm not sure about any Linux distros other than Debian.
> > I've seen a couple ISPs and such before that use sendmail - but that was
> > simply a mandate from the higher ups that didn't know anything about
> > mail servers. Evidently Sendmail was the only software name they
> > recognized, so they decided it needed to be the only one used in their
> > company - none of the techs liked it.
> > Personally, I think sticking with qmail is a pretty good choice.
> > HTH,
> > Jacob