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Harm van Tilborg wrote:
>> Why not put it all in a directory called /etc/tcpserver. Since I'm not
>> only ACL'ing SMTP, also POP, IMAP, vpopmaild, etc. etc.
>> So like /etc/tcpserver/smtp with the plain rules, and
>> /etc/tcpserver/smtp.cdb with the compile rules?
There have been many past discussions about this, and I'd rather not rehash
it all. Essentially, if you want roaming users, that's where it goes for now.
>> Linux Standard Base, I think Debian introduced (enabled) this in Lenny.
>> I though it's just making some remarks about your init.d script in the
>> script's header.
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