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On Wed, 31 Mar 2004 23:30:54 GMT, Grant Crozier
On Thu, 1 Apr 2004 00:28:18 +0100, chris wrote:
WinXP as a mail server indeed. Oh deary, deary me.
Works well for us which is more than I can say dark ages Linux ever
did its time you cought up Chris it's 2004 now not 1804 .
It's time *you* caught up.
Linux is *way* ahead of Windows in server markets now. Because it is
very much better for the job.
It shouldn't be at all difficult to set up a working SMTP server on
linux, and is probably easier to make it secure. Most of the linux
SMTP servers don't default to allowing relaying, for instance.
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