How funny. The nicest and simplest SMTP MTA I have managed to find so far is OpenSMTPD from the OpenBSD project.
Look at this. This is how you design software. This is a config file that will actually result in a working mail server:
@kura I don't know how it works, but I found a thing:
@lanodan Which MTA is that?
@lanodan MY needs are not so complex. Virtual hosts, delivery, uh, yeah.
I would have to look up mine, but I know Cloudron.io use Haraka email, makes handling email cert/auth/dkim/spf & user accounts a breeze!
@thor Yes! OpenSMTP is the only smtp server I ever enjoyed to work with. It's really amazingly simple - just like the SMTP protocol itself.
(Oops, named the repository 'opensshd-example' because muscle memory. Fixed.)
(LOL, I keep screwing this up, forgot to stip /settings from the URL.)
Here you go:
Tried to document what's going on in as much detail as possible. Took me all day to figure it all out, but it's really simple once you get it.
@thor Personally, I want open source to go simple. small. it will have effect of encouraging more developers. it will reduce bugs. BSD seems to be simplier. I've been thinking about it. but can we get simplier than minix? perhaps a new XINU?
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