The Exim Mail Transfer Agent, a Replacement for sendmail

Exim is a mail transport agent (MTA) developed at the University of
Cambridge for use on Unix systems connected to the Internet. It is
freely available under the terms of the GNU General Public Licence. In
style, it is similar to Smail 3, but its facilities are more extensive.
In particular, it has options for verifying incoming sender and
recipient addresses, for refusing mail from specified hosts, networks,
or senders, and for controlling mail relaying.

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337e3505b0e6cd4309db6bf6062b33fa56e06cf8.diff 0000001215 1.19 KB over 8 years
aa097c4c00f62487128d74f65c521f9e877b184f.diff 0000001312 1.28 KB almost 9 years
apparmor.usr.sbin.exim 0000000786 786 Bytes about 12 years
exim-4.12-tail.patch 0000000479 479 Bytes almost 9 years
exim-4.74.tar.bz2 0001588636 1.52 MB almost 9 years
exim.changes 0000073352 71.6 KB over 8 years
exim.logrotate 0000001104 1.08 KB over 11 years
exim.rc 0000002241 2.19 KB about 11 years
exim.spec 0000011955 11.7 KB over 8 years
exim4-manpages.tar.bz2 0000008392 8.2 KB over 13 years
eximstats-html-update.py 0000000759 759 Bytes over 13 years
eximstats.conf 0000000141 141 Bytes over 13 years
permissions.exim 0000000033 33 Bytes over 13 years
sysconfig.exim 0000000924 924 Bytes over 13 years
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