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Courier-MTA

Posted Aug 31, 2006 14:50 UTC (Thu) by markc (guest, #4419)
Parent article: A comparison of Mail Transfer Agents - Part Two

Here we go, the article missed *my* favourite MTA... courier-mta, indeed
the whole courier suite which is very complete. I didn't even bother
reading either of the 2 articles because I know how much *I* prefer
courier so therefor reading anything about "the others" is a waste of my
time. I post this comment in case anyone cruising the issue of what MTA to
use happens upon a mention of courier and bothers to check it out (at
courier-mta.org). A nano-review of good points would go something like; a
complete (as in mta, pop/imap, webmail, a barely usable list manager,
great filtering options) that is bound together by a unified auth system
of various backends types. I use MySQL for virtual users and the same DB
table gets used by RADIUS and FTP servers as well. It uses Maildir format
for storing messages, like qmail, and is a far better qmail than qmail
could ever be as it is at least well maintained. I know I am conceited and
bigotted but I am not sure why anyone would bother using anything else.


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