Brendan Minish wrote:
> On Fri, 2009-05-01 at 15:34 +0100, John Allen wrote:
>>> On the other hand Postfix is amazing. Once I tried Postfix there was no
>> way I'd go back to sendmail.
>> Does postfix do IPv6 yet ?
Yes? Has done for years, was definitely using it back when I worked for
DIAS. Only real quirk is that you tend to have to use  to delimit
IPv6 addresses in config files because of the benighted IPv6 colons.
Much the same as you have to do in URLs (rfc2732) so it's not that quirky.
(Like someone said at an ILUG talk (quite possibly David Malone)
once quipped, IPv6 would have been widely adopted years ago if they'd
stuck to dots and just used more of them instead of colons. Colons
fucked *everything* up since they're used in URLs and a bunch of other
places. What could have been a simple change to a zillion sysadmin's
stock regexes (yeah yeah jwz shutup) suddenly became quite complicated.)
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