I would like to set up a mail server that by default will accept any
mail for any domain (I don't necessarily want to configure each domain
it has to receive) and then forward it onto another box that will then
handle the mail message and deliver it to the user. Yeah I know it's a
bit strange, but there is a good reason for this. Now I am looking at
Exim (My auld buddy) and qmail (My newer buddy) and am just wondering if
anyone got any opinions on this or on my two choices. I am not
disregarding Postfix, but I simply don't know enough about it at the
moment, so yeah that could be a fun one to work with as well.
Any advice, comments welcome. Please mail replies off list.
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