Subject: Re: POSTFIX_USE_* options deprecated
To: Soren Jacobsen <>
From: Juan RP <>
List: current-users
Date: 07/27/2004 07:38:47
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On Mon, 26 Jul 2004 22:29:13 -0700
Soren Jacobsen <> wrote:

> I'd rather not see this go in.  If people need more features enabled in
> Postfix, I think they ought to use the pkgsrc package.  Having things in
> the base system depend on pkgsrc libraries makes me nervous.  Now that
> MKPOSTFIX=no works, people can build NetBSD without its version of
> Postfix.  Having (well, strictly speaking, it's unnecessary, but having
> them both installed at the same time would annoy me) to do this is no
> worse, in my mind, than building with your patch or something similar to
> it.

I agree, but I was asking about SSL support, because I think that postfix 
from the base system doesn't support this, If I'm not wrong, right?

BTW why postfix requires SASL libraries to enable SSL support?


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