fedora and pico
steve at holmesgrown.com
Tue Jun 1 00:54:09 EDT 2004
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On Tue, Jun 01, 2004 at 12:56:52AM +1000, Shaun Oliver wrote:
> you don't need to configure mutt to use exim.
> not that I remember,
> anyone else that's either used exim rpms or compiled exim from source
> might be able to help you with this.
Mutt does have a variable that is set as a command string to invoke
sendmail along with some other command line arguments. I should tell
you that when exim is installed by default, it creates a symbolic link
to itself called /usr/sbin/sendmail so the choice of mail transport in
this case should be completely transparent to mutt. In fact, it is so
on 3 of my machines. I compiled exim from sources and built a
Slackware compatible package.
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