Ok, today in the morning i checked a fresh current tree out to a different
machine which just got done with a make build/installworld, new kernel and
a mergemaster run.

Before i did that, i updated the postfix port, compiled it and verified it
works (this was on a current as of August 1st).

After the reboot i tried postfix:

 Sep  7 16:19:49 hmscrap postfix[372]: fatal: could not find any active network 

ifconfig output is indeed normal:

        inet netmask 0xffffff00 broadcast
        ether 00:a0:d2:a5:c8:c0 
        media: Ethernet autoselect (100baseTX)
        status: active

and the net runs without any noticable problems.

The current sources i used are from today 9:00 MET (one hour east of GMT).

I had a look at the relevant postfix source file but i have no clue what
might cause this ...

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