On Fri, Jan 16, 2004 at 03:44:28PM +0000, Andrew Boothman wrote:
> Joel Gudknecht wrote:
> >Do the daily/weekly/monthly scripts need a lot of tweaking to still
> >mail reports to root after switching from sendmail to postfix?
> >
> >Are the changes necessary documented anywhere?
> Changing your MTA is documented on 
> http://www.freebsd.org/doc/en_US.ISO8859-1/books/handbook/mail-changingmta.html

I've changed the MTA to postfix just fine.
> If you're talking about making sure that the normal periodic script 
> reports are emailed back to you: those scripts simply use 
> /usr/sbin/sendmail, which is a mailwrapper(8) which should always point 
> to your actual sendmail binary. The scripts themselves don't need any 
> changes for you to continue to recieve their results.

If I follow the advice from /usr/ports/mail/postfix/pkg-message which states:

Also, you will want to disable some Sendmail-specific daily maintenance
 routines in your /etc/periodic.conf file:

daily_clean_hoststat_enable="NO" daily_status_mail_rejects_enable="NO"

The reports stop completely.

> However, some items in those scripts are no longer needed if you move 
> away from sendmail(tm). These are documented in 
> /usr/ports/mail/postfix/pkg-message.

Before I did this I didn't have a periodic.conf at all, relying on the scripts,
which generated these errors:

Jan 16 03:01:01 postfix postfix/sendmail[2177]: fatal: unsupported: -bh
Jan 16 03:01:02 postfix postfix/sendmail[2178]: fatal: unsupported: -bH

Any thoughts?
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