Subject: Re: Postfix
To: Pete Naylor <email@example.com>
From: Greywolf <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 08/14/2000 10:45:07
On Mon, 14 Aug 2000, Pete Naylor wrote:
# configuration, or postfix queue management etc. If there was a compelling
# reason for replacing sendmail with postfix I wouldn't be complaining, but
# there is just absolutely no justification at all. Why fix something
# that's not broken?
There's a lot of that going around; seems to be the new trend in
development :-/. I think the feature hackers are bored and have decided
that stripping paint is more their speed than adding chrome.
# Seems like it's just a personal crusade by a few
# postfix fans :(
I think I have to agree on this one. My system "just works" out of the
box as it is. I'd hate to have to bring my box up only to have it bounce
mail right away because I forgot to stop the mailer while I went out
to reinstall sendmail.
BSD: "Progress on your system is closer than it appears."