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Philip Hazel

Exim - the Executive Summary.

The author tells us a little bit about how this popular replacement for sendmail works. His talk will cover the major aspects of Exim's design, the way its processes interact, how it deals with local and remote addresses, and how it handles temporary delivery problems. It will also cover some aspects of Exim configuration, including spam blocking and control of relaying.

More about Exim at www.exim.org.

Philip Hazel has been a systems programmer in the University of Cambridge Computing Service for longer than he cares to admit. He has spent the last four years developing Exim, and is still hard at it.


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