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Old 3rd November 2008, 15:34
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Hi,

I noticed there is an old exim4 config file in the config/exim4/ folder in SVN. Unfortunately it's rather out dated and the SQL table structure has changed quite a bit.

I was wondering if anyone had a more up to date version?
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Old 3rd November 2008, 15:42
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Exim is not supported in the current version but it should be possible to write a exim configuration for it even if its not supported by the installer. The files in the config folder are all outdated, I missed to delete them from SVN.
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Exim is not supported in the current version but it should be possible to write a exim configuration for it even if its not supported by the installer. The files in the config folder are all outdated, I missed to delete them from SVN.
it's bad, exim4 default mail-system, and on many forum's sysadmin's say's that postfix not for high load email server.
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it's bad, exim4 default mail-system, and on many forum's sysadmin's say's that postfix not for high load email server.
Postfix is better for high load mail sytems then exim. You should not believe every nonsene posted in the internet

If you dont believe me, benchmark it yourself.
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