Ideal mail server: qmail or postfix
schalk at home.incredible.com.na
Mon Jul 21 14:30:32 PDT 2003
You should consider EXIM - ships standard with FreeBSD ports collection.
There is also a Mailing List you could join, should you consider to migrate.
Exim is FAST, very powerful and versatile. Also very suitable to run Virtual
Domains. Integrates seamlessly with vmPOP for Virtual Domain POP Accounts.
As ISP, we are running multiple Exim Servers with no problems at all.
Suitable for Dial-Ups / Leased Circuits.
Nice system_filter (easy to install) to block all those vbs and other
Just my opinion.... :)
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----- Original Message -----
From: "James Godwin" <james at organicwire.net>
To: <freebsd-isp at freebsd.org>
Sent: Monday, July 21, 2003 10:07 PM
Subject: Ideal mail server: qmail or postfix
> We are building small server solution for our clients which run a number
> services and we are looking at incorporating mail server services.
> As a hosting provider we manage their web and email services. Our boxes
> configured with Sendmail and we have had no need to change. No need fixing
> something which is not broken. :) basically have not had the time to
> As our company grew we became more familiar with running BSD and aware of
> other alternatives.
> I was wondering what mail servers fellow ISP are running. I can't decide
> between postfix or qmail.
> Any advantages or disadvantages would be greatly appreciated.
> Kind regards,
> freebsd-isp at freebsd.org mailing list
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