Subject: Re: smtpfeed & mailer.conf [was: Re: CVS commit: pkgsrc]
To: None <email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: None <email@example.com>
Date: 12/28/1999 13:22:01
>>> be more friendly with mailwrapper(8) when installing sendmail.
>>> XXX maybe we should install sendmail into /usr/pkg/somewhere, and let
>>> the user edit /etc/mailer.conf? I'm not really sure what is the best route.
>>Having sendmail in pkgsrc may be nice (people may decide here).
>>We could distribute example mailer.conf files with pkgsrc, like
>>mailer.conf-sendmail, mailer.conf-smtpfeed, mailer.conf-whatever,
>>and people could just copy/link to /etc/mailer.conf.
>>(Solaris does this with /etc/nsswitch.conf*)
> I'm happy with having sendmail (8.9.x or 8.10.x) in pkgsrc. 8.10.x
> has IPv6 support by default so it would be real nice. I'll try to
> do this.
> smtpfeed wants sendmail with specific patch, so this is a bit
> separate problem - pkgsrc/mail/smtpfeed needs to build sendmail
> anyways (or make it depend to pkgsrc/mail/wide-patched-sendmail).
oops, we already have mail/sendmail...
I'll be making mail/wide-sendmail for use with smtpfeed (and IPv6).