> -----Original Message-----
> From: fbsd [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] 
> Sent: Thursday, 4 May 2006 11:02 AM
> To: Murray Taylor
> Cc: freebsd-questions
> Subject: RE: Getting DHCP to use resolv.conf? AN ANSWER
> The script I sent are operational on FBSD 4.11 with the 
> enter/exit-hooks scripts that are part of the base install.
> NB Dont forget I run the ipf firewall rewrite rules script 
> manually as root when my IP number changes, but the DHCP -> 
> resolv.conf is automatic via exit-hooks
> The scripts are always called by dhclient, what I put in them 
> is what I attached.
> And I am also using Postfix ... As far as I remenber pcre is 
> only needed by Postfix if you use pcre:<check-file> regular 
> expression type files in main.cf. If you use 
> regexp:<check-file> then pcre is not used.
> Murray Taylor
> ---------------------------------------------------------------
> ---------------------------------------------------------------
> I checked postfix main.default.cf and find no "pcre" or "regexp"
> options.
> Please explain what you are talking about.
> Thanks for your help


these are optional elements you can add to main.cf.

if you havent decided to use them then they wont be in main.cf

try      grep pcre: *   in the /usr/local/etc/postfix directory

this will find where you may have used them.  
generally only used on various lookup tables etc..

Murray Taylor

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