Re: why sendmail and not postfix?

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And qmail is also proprietary... not Free Software, while Postfix, Exim,
Sendmail and others all are, and as such are compatible with Fedora's
objectives (which, I dare to add, silently dropped focusing on user's
freedom).

Rui

On Thu, 2003-12-04 at 17:57, Fulvio wrote:
> qmail is fantastic. Postfix is simple to configure
> 
> > Fulvio wrote:
> > 
> > >why sendmail and not postfix?
> > >
> > >
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> > qmail works very well on Fedora.  My Fedora/qmail mail server has been 
> > running for a few weeks now and performs well.
> > 
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