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Re: a good mail server
So the virus exploits Outlook's addressbook and then propagate via smtp?
Which means the MTA has nothing to do with it? So if this consultant uses
sendmail for the MTA and exchange internally how does he avoid all the
security issues, assuming he's not bs'ing me? Just curious.
>Then the other admins should be fired. Virus propagation issues are not
>handled with any MTA by default. The practices/procedures to control them
>are pretty much the same regardless of the MTA, whether it's sendmail,
>exchange, postfix, exim, etc.
>I avoid exchange whenever possible, more because of licensing $$$ as
>anything else... None of the major viruses have had anything to do with
>itself. They may take advantage of Outlook/Outlook Express holes, but
>unless you force users to switch clients, those problems will still exist.
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