On Friday 01 May 2009 12:18:39 John Allen wrote:
> Just checked some CentOS boxes I manage, and they are all sendmail by
> default, but as you suggested if you want to install a real mail server,
> then rpm -Uvh postfix; rpm -e sendmail
I agree with you - CentOS runs sendmail by default.
In my view, sendmail, although incomprehensible, works perfectly well,
at least for small home systems.
I think it is always best to stick to the default
unless there are very strong arguments to the contrary.
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