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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • by Matts (1087) on 2003.11.04 18:16 (#25479) Journal
    Just do your entire smtpd in perl [develooper.com].

    There's two pieces left to the qpsmtpd puzzle - firstly to have a pure perl server (which I've just checked into CVS, but it's a little premature yet - help would be most welcome since this is an area you have lots of experience in), and secondly to have a pure perl delivery system (perhaps delivering to procmail, but also needs to support onward relaying).

    Sorry, I hate it when people like me suggest a completely different solution to the one you just found that works perfectly well :-) I'll shut up now.
    • There are times when I want a stick shift, and times when I want an automatic.

      For email delivered to $FOO@stonehenge.com, I want an automatic. If it was just my own mail, I'd be happy to play with new tools, and take the risks (and rewards of such).

      I think you can both relate, and agree.

      --
      • Randal L. Schwartz
      • Stonehenge