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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • Apache::SMTP looks neat, but is it really worth the effort to write an entire new SMTP implementation when Qpsmtpd already exists and there's already code to plug it in to Apache2/mod_perl2?
    • qpsmtpd is a nifty package that has lots of great plugins and a strong community behind it. And with the release of Apache::Qpsmtpd it will only get better. I guess the short answer is: TIMTOWTDI. In an effort to work just like qmail, qpsmtpd made certain trade offs that aren't strictly necessary for processing email -- like passing variables around in %ENV. Our goal with Apache::SMTP is to make a blazingly streamlined SMTP proxy that is designed for maximal Apache integration and minimal legacy cruft. It should also be braindead easy to work with. As for qpsmtpd -- go crazy! The more alternatives there are in this space, the better.
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