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From: phil (philosbtown.com)
Date: Mon Aug 27 2001 - 00:09:59 CDT
Na, I didn't BCC. But, I think they can read it now.
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Subject: Re: [suse-security] sendmail
Date: Sun, 26 Aug 2001 23:13:48 -0500
From: Avi Schwartz <aviCFFtechnologies.com>
To: phil <philosbtown.com>
Well, unless you BCCed the list, only you and me read this :-)
--On Sunday, August 26, 2001 08:59:23 PM -0700 phil <philosbtown.com>
> Thanks again.
> Just to be fully clear about this to others who may read this thread, I
> did have to update postfix to postfix-20010228pl03-5.i386.rpm
> which was 1894387 bytes.
> So if we got that version of postfix and that "sendmail symlink" thingy
> called sendmail then we are cool for now. (As of whatever day this is.)
> btw - I only noticed it because of some perl scripts that deal with the
> I just wanted it to be clear for others.
> On Sunday 26 August 2001 08:14 pm, you wrote:
>> No harm at all. Better safe then sorry ;-)
>> --On Sunday, August 26, 2001 08:09:16 PM -0700 phil <philosbtown.com>
>> > Thanks Very much
>> > That is pretty much what I thought. Some kind of symlink. Just
>> > checking though to be sure. No harm in that eh?
>> > On Sunday 26 August 2001 07:51 pm, you wrote:
>> >> Type man sendmail (and assuming you don't have the real sendmail
>> >> installed you will get:
>> >> sendmail - Postfix to Sendmail compatibility interface
>> >> Basically it is an interface allowing programs that expect sendmail to
>> >> continue to be happy even when sendmail is not around.
>> >> Avi
-- Avi Schwartz aviCFFtechnologies.com
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