> With Postfix 3, chroot is no longer the default. It remains an
> available option for people who want to go through the effort.
>       Wietse

Yes, but that wasn't my question.  Again, my question was:

I'm configuring master.cf to add amavisd-new.  The amavisd-new documentation
(/usr/share/doc/amavisd-new/README.postfix.html) differs from the default
master.cf file regarding the chroot setting for the cleanup (and
pre-cleanup) service.  I presume that the amavisd-new documentation is in
error and that I should go with the chroot setting that's in the default
master.cf.  But I don't know enough about the implications of one vs. the
other to be sure.

Specifically, I have three questions:

1) Section 4.2.1 of the above web page shows adding a pre-cleanup service
with chroot=n.  But the default master.cf (from Ubuntu) has the cleanup
service configured
with chroot=y.  Should I use the same chroot=y setting for the pre-cleanup

2) Section 4.2.2 of the above web page shows modifying the existing cleanup
service to add some "-o" options.  But it shows the cleanup service with
chroot=n.  Should I leave chroot=y for the cleanup service?

3) The above web page also shows the new "amavisfeed" and ""
services with chroot=n.  But similar services in master.cf have chroot=y.
Should these two new services also use chroot=y?

Thanks in advance,

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