Mailing List Message #6567
From: Michael Davis <>
Subject: Re: SIMS on OS X
Date: Thu, 20 Jul 2000 12:12:21 -0700
To: (SIMS Discussions) <>
on 7/20/00 12:06 PM, Stefan Jeglinski at wrote:

>> This may sound like a silly idea, but having used both Sendmail and SIMS, I
>> prefer SIMS in the department of simplicity, ease of use, and remote
>> administration.  So am I being silly to ask if there will be a 'carbonized'
>> version of SIMS available that one could substitute for the default
>> installation of Sendmail in OS X?  Is there anything that would make that a
>> bad idea?  I know Sendmail is highly scalable, but would SIMS not hold its
>> own in a single server environment?
> One should at least be able to run it in OS9 compatibility mode,
> shouldn't one? Or does it need to be Carbonized for that also? I
> didn't think so.
OS9 mode, or 'classic' is a pain in the rear.  It has to boot up OS9 in the
background.  Then you're running SIMS on top of Open Transport on top of
BSD/Darwin.  In that case I would rather use Sendmail.


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