Mail Not Delivering

Glenn Steen glenn.steen at
Mon Nov 13 09:19:28 GMT 2006

On 13/11/06, Res <res at> wrote:
> On Sun, 12 Nov 2006, Glenn Steen wrote:
> > Nope, I think it has something to do with general understaffing and
> > continually jumping from one hot spot to the next (networking
> > (switches, firewalls, VPN GWs, RSA ACE etc etc), Unix admin (some
> > hefty AIX boxes, a slew of Suns, a plethora of linuces), backup
> *snip* what are you a one man NOC ? surely you can delegate, but I
> know if somthing f2#$#s up it still comes back down to me, thats why
> competant engineers by my side are a must ;)
The term there is _understaffed_;-). Then one becomes "key" to
operations in oh so many ways. Sigh. We're leasing the needed people
to delegate to, but... It's not the same as a fellow employee.

> > The MX GWs with postfix/MailScanner/etc/etc is what _saves_ me time,
> > more time to qmail (Q for quirky, right:) or snide^H^H^H^Hendmail if I
> We are shortly about to remove qmail from equation on all our virtual
> domain boxes by using sendmail and cyrus, I'm sick to death of spending 2 days
> patching the usless peice of crap every time we want some other feature
> thats defaultly in sendmail and has been in it for like 8 years or more.
> bernstein is right about one thing tho, qmail is secure, afterall how can
> you exploit somthing that does nothing :D

-- Glenn
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