Would you add an UPDATING entry for this? Many people have been
reporting problems with the local mailer not knowing these changes.
At Tue, 10 Oct 2000 11:19:43 -0700 (PDT),
Gregory Neil Shapiro wrote:
> The following changes have been made in -CURRENT:
> 1. mail.local(8) is no longer installed as a set-user-id binary.
> If you are using a /etc/mail/sendmail.cf from the default sendmail.cf
> included with FreeBSD any time after 3.1.0, you are fine. If you are
> using a hand-configured sendmail.cf and mail.local for delivery, check
> to make sure the F=S flag is set on the Mlocal line. Those with .mc
> files who need to add the flag can do so by adding the following line to
> their your .mc file and regenerating the sendmail.cf file:
> MODIFY_MAILER_FLAGS(`LOCAL', `+S')dnl
> Note that FEATURE(`local_lmtp') already does this.
> 2. sendmail(8) is now built with STARTTLS support unless NO_OPENSSL is set.
> 3. The default /etc/mail/sendmail.cf disables the SMTP EXPN and VRFY
> 4. Now using sendmail's version of vacation(1).
> This change should be transparent except for the new options/features
> 5. The sendmail cf building tools (contrib/sendmail/cf) are installed in
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