Difference between revisions of "What is OpenSMTPD"

(Created page with " ''by z0ran ; The great folks of OpenBSD have come out with yet another fabulous piece of software: OpenSMTPD. It's easier to safely configure than any other open sourc...")
 
 
Line 4: Line 4:
 
''by [[z0ran]]
 
''by [[z0ran]]
  
; The great folks of OpenBSD have come out with yet another fabulous piece of software: OpenSMTPD. It's easier to safely configure than any other open source mail server. OpenSMTPD is a mail daemon currently developed by Gilles Chehade, Pierre-Yves Ritschard, Jacek Masiulaniec and others for the OpenBSD operating system. Its goal is to be a secure mailing daemon without the licensing restrictions of Postfix and without the added complexity of sendmail. It is stable, fast, secure, and easy to configure and use. OpenSMTPD is a FREE, easy to use implementation of the Simple Mail Transfer Protocol. It provides the ability to send and receive emails, as well as act as a relaying host. It aims to be as reliable as possible and to respect RFC and standard behaviors when they don't reduce the overall security of system.
+
; The great folks of OpenBSD have come out with yet another fabulous piece of software - OpenSMTPD. It's easier to safely configure than any other open source mail server. OpenSMTPD is a mail daemon currently developed by Gilles Chehade, Pierre-Yves Ritschard, Jacek Masiulaniec and others for the OpenBSD operating system. Its goal is to be a secure mailing daemon without the licensing restrictions of Postfix and without the added complexity of sendmail. It is stable, fast, secure, and easy to configure and use. OpenSMTPD is a FREE, easy to use implementation of the Simple Mail Transfer Protocol. It provides the ability to send and receive emails, as well as act as a relaying host. It aims to be as reliable as possible and to respect RFC and standard behaviors when they don't reduce the overall security of system.

Latest revision as of 15:59, 19 July 2014


by z0ran

The great folks of OpenBSD have come out with yet another fabulous piece of software - OpenSMTPD. It's easier to safely configure than any other open source mail server. OpenSMTPD is a mail daemon currently developed by Gilles Chehade, Pierre-Yves Ritschard, Jacek Masiulaniec and others for the OpenBSD operating system. Its goal is to be a secure mailing daemon without the licensing restrictions of Postfix and without the added complexity of sendmail. It is stable, fast, secure, and easy to configure and use. OpenSMTPD is a FREE, easy to use implementation of the Simple Mail Transfer Protocol. It provides the ability to send and receive emails, as well as act as a relaying host. It aims to be as reliable as possible and to respect RFC and standard behaviors when they don't reduce the overall security of system.