I sent the following message to the qmail port maintainer.
External todo patch is a good option to have for busy mailservers since if you continously get email to your smtp-server then qmail-send can't keep up with both todo-queue and spawning qmail-local/qmail-remote.
I don't suggest changing the default install, but only add external todo as an option for those of us that use freebsd and qmail for busy mailservers.
I have not yet received any response from the qmail port maintainer so I wonder where I should go and whom I should turn to to get it included in the port or a reason why it shouldn't be added.
Date: Mon, 30 Aug 2004 12:14:55 +0200 To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] From: Emil Isberg <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> Subject: external todo patch to qmail (ports)
I noticed you are maintainer for the qmail port in FreeBSD.
I've recently needed ext_todo patch for several installations of qmail (where I couldn't use qmail-ldap) so I created a patch to include that patch into the main qmail port.
I've attached it to this mail and hope this could be included in the ports. You might want to check for other dist sites for this patch.
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