terry.john at bbc.co.uk
Thu May 6 16:36:44 UTC 2004
On 29 Apr 2004 17:50:42 +0100
Dick Porter <dick at acm.org> wrote:
> I'd recommend postfix. It's also written to be secure, is trivial to
> set up, and the main author doesn't seem to be a plonker.
Keith Edmunds wrote:
>For what it's worth, I'd agree with that - I tend to use Postfix unless
my customers have a
>particular desire to use an alternative.
Thanks for the comments. I'll have a look at postfix.
For the record I know why one system I have works and the other doesn't.
Without a config Sendmail connects directly using its hostname to
identify itself to the destination machine. It fails if the DNS domain
isn't valid. On my dodgy system the DNS name does not agree with the
hostname. Demon have been asked to correct it and give enough time I'm
sure they will :-)
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