Subject: Re: postfix on NetBSD 3.0
To: Michael van Elst <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Michael Richardson <email@example.com>
Date: 06/15/2006 10:42:35
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>>>>> "Michael" == Michael van Elst <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
Rui> Postfix on NetBSD 3.0 doesn't support TLS and IPv6.
>> Why not?
Michael> Both were added in Postfix 2.2. Previously there were only
Michael> Patches against Postfix 2.1.
Ah, I see. Those patches are included in other operating systems by
default, I guess.
I got TLS in pkgsrc postfix built, no problem, but it doesn't work.
It seems like it gets built against /usr/pkgsrc openssl, but then
links against /usr/lib openssl at runtime. I'm confused about this, but
even when I futz around the symlinks, I still get the same errors.
Since I need TLS now, I'll have to stick with pkgsrc sendmail for now.
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