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On Sunday 21 July 2002 05:33 pm, Troy Arnold wrote:
> By default in qmail, user-foo@domain goes to user.  I usually run qmail on
> my servers, but have been playing with postfix on a development box.  I
> personally prefer qmail at the moment, but that may certainly be due to
> familiarity.  postfix is definitely more sendmailish.  qmail, (like most
> djb-ware) has it's own peculiar way of doing things.

Do you know if that can be changed? I'd rather use an underscore. (If i had 
it installed, I'd look through the config file, and I didn't see anything in 
skimming tha FAQ)

I also noticed that there's a cash prize for security holes, which has yet to 
be claimed. 

http://cr.yp.to/qmail/guarantee.html

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