At 7:30 PM +0200 1999/10/14, Anton Berezin wrote:
> Hmm, it sends mails itself. I doubt it can do this more effectively than
> postfix does. Am I wrong?
I quote from the README file:
>> You probably want to create a listar user/group so that the program
>> runs as an unpriveledged user. Chmod the listar executable to this
>> user and make sure this user is a trusted user of your sendmail
>> program. Also make sure all the list directories and the
>> newlist.pl script have the correct permissions and can be read/written
>> by the listar user/group.
[ ... deletia ... ]
>> Create lists using the newlist.pl script. This script will create all the
>> initial list files for your list. Further documentation will be
>> forthcoming at a later date (any volunteers?) The newlist.pl script
>> will output some aliases which should be added to a valid aliases file
>> for sendmail. After adding them, run 'newaliases' (or the equivalent
>> for your machine).
I've just downloaded the package and haven't yet had a chance to
actually try it out, but it looks to me like it uses the standard
sendmail & SMTP interfaces.
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