A free, open-source, cross-platform server called Postfix
was initially created as a rival to Sendmail MTA. This cross-platform was created and developed by Wietse Zweitze Venema while working on a project at the IBM research division.
The goal was to create software to address Sendmail's shortcomings while assisting with route-finding and email-sending.
It provides straightforward configuration, secure operation, simple administration, and flexibility in working. It performs quickly and is compatible with Mac OS X, Linux computers, and other Unix-like operating systems.
- Junk mail control
- Offers Database and Mailbox support
- Supports numerous protocols
- Address manipulations and offers multiple layers of defense
- Postfix is a fast, flexible, and robust MTA
- Uses table lookups