On Mon, 2014-09-29 at 10:49 -0500, Les Mikesell wrote: > On Mon, Sep 29, 2014 at 8:40 AM, Always Learning <centos at u62.u22.net> wrote: > > > >> > sendmail is a link to exim on most exim systems (like mine, though mine is > >> Ubuntu). > >> > >> cliffp at ubuntu:~$ which sendmail > >> /usr/sbin/sendmail > >> cliffp at ubuntu:~$ file `which sendmail` > >> /usr/sbin/sendmail: symbolic link to `exim4' > > > > C 5.10 & C 6.5 > > > > file `which sendmail` > > > > /usr/sbin/sendmail: symbolic link to `/etc/alternatives/mta' > > > > strings /etc/alternatives/mta |grep exim > > > > produces Exim lines. No results for Postfix or for Sendmail. > > > > Thanks. I learned something new today. > > Not exactly... Applications that pipe to the sendmail command line > program to send messages go back to the dawn of email. MTAs that > replace the 'real' sendmail pretty much have to provide that > functionality. Yes I did learn something new. I started to use Linux, Centos, in desperation to rid myself of Windoze. I plunged-in, never learned the theory because of inadequate time. Hence I am Always Learning and never falling to be impressed, continuously delighted to be rid of M$ and wishing I have ventured into Linux 10+ years earlier than I did. -- Regards, Paul. England, EU.