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Old 12-06-2012, 10:07 PM   #1
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"netstat -apute" shows exim4


I checked the programs connected to network with the command:
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# netstat -apute
It showed exim4 to be LISTENing. I checked and found that it is a mail transfer agent application. I need to use the computer for office work and for browsing the internet. Do I really need exim4? How can I disable it. I am running Debian testing.
 
  


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