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Re: [tlug] A few SPAM questions...
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- Date: Thu, 07 Mar 2002 13:13:49 +0900
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> > That would be qmail. ... > > > > One thing that makes my life much easier is compiling whatever it is on > > one machine and just installing the binaries on the rest. > > That is correct, you are not allowed to redistribute without DJB's > permission... At which point, "Why bother?" seems a reasonable question. Exim is powerful (*) and has a standard GPL license. I don't know about others, but the first thing I do when evaluating software is look at the license. If it isn't GPL or BSD the next thing I do is look for an alternative, and only come back if I can't find one and I need whatever it is badly enough. Darren *: I've only read a few chapters, so take this with a grain of salt, but the O'Reilly Exim book is recommended: much clearer than trying to learn the system from the online documentation.
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