On Sun, Oct 08, 2000 at 07:02:12AM +0000, attila! wrote:
> (o) CAUTION: 'make world' reinstalls 'sendmail' even when
> NO_SENDMAIL=YES # do not build sendmail and related programs
> is included in '/etc/make.conf'; 'make world' may not
> compile sendmail, but it restores the symbolic link during
> 'make installworld':
> /usr/sbin/sendmail -> /usr/sbin/mailcap
> which blows away postfix' 'sendmail' interface.
> My alternative was:
> 'cp /usr/sbin/sendmail /usr/sbin/postmail'
> I had written a two step intermediate mail interface some
> time ago to eliminate the wait for sendmail to do its
> thing; so, all that was necessary was to change its
> target and all user mail programs on this network followed
> right along.
Actually, mailwrapper (I don't know about this mailcap thing, I'm only
running STABLE right now for lack of machines) does this job. Have you
looked at /etc/mail/mailer.conf? The sendmail binary in /usr/sbin has no
relation to sendmail - it's the mailwrapper, which is a good concept.
Otherwise, nice to see such a howto.
'/ignore-ance is bliss' - me
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