BTW, not that this is particularly related to startup scripts, but -- I found it quite frustrating that due to a transient failure at submission time, my mail went into /var/spool/clientmqueue, for which you have to use "mailq -Ac", which is pretty much completely undocumented. It turned out OK because there was actually a daemon there whose job it was to process that queue, but from a user experience point of view, sending mail, having it talk about a transient failure and that it was queued, and then not having that message show up in "mailq" was fairly astonishing (and stress-inducing until I found the "other" queue).
Anyway, that was really a long way of saying: should this be documented somewhere? Like, prominently in the mailq man page? And, addressing the initial failure itself: apparently I need to add O ResolverOptions=WorkAroundBrokenAAAA and my masquerading options to submit.cf; are there any plans to add per-host submit.mc handling (i.e. a SENDMAIL_MC equivalent) to /etc/mail/Makefile? Is there any general advice on what MC stuff goes where at this point (e.g. does the masquerading stuff only go in submit.cf, or should it also be in sendmail.cf, etc.) Thanks, Bill To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with "unsubscribe freebsd-current" in the body of the message