galtsev at kicp.uchicago.edu
Wed Jul 3 16:36:36 UTC 2019
On 2019-07-03 11:19, Roderick wrote:
> On Wed, 3 Jul 2019, @lbutlr wrote:
>> and you are not qualified to denigrate people who make that choice
>> just because it isn’t the choice you like.
> Yes, it was a little provocative, but never denigration.
> So an exageration as when you said: postfix is the only choice.
> Till now I ask me, how to chose the right MTA.
Indeed, the question is akin: how to become a sysadmin?
Two options: you can just learn by doing and after 5-6 years you will
have your solid choice, or you can read what proponents of different
choices say, and estimate using your best guess how trustworthy what is
said is , and what you yourself like best. A shortcut for second to
first is to choose good book on how to run secure mail server, and just
I for one used that last approach some 20 years ago, and architecture of
postfix (built with security in mind) was one confirmation that I chose
good source (that was: secure system guide - do not remember the
title...); and I never regretted. And I learned a lot of fundamental
approach which I still use in whatever I do now. And I still use postfix
whenever I need MTA.
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