[Mailman-Users] Sendmail to Postfix
brad.knowles at skynet.be
Thu Jan 22 04:24:26 CET 2004
At 12:16 PM +0900 2004/01/22, Tokio Kikuchi wrote:
> I mean NO. You don't have to re-install Mailman but ...
> But you should read README.POSTFIX and do some post-install
Keep in mind that postfix was designed to be as much of a drop-in
replacement for sendmail as possible, at least to the degree of the
interfaces, the names that binaries are called, etc.... So, you'll
still have a program on your system called "sendmail", it will just
point to the postfix code instead.
Nevertheless, such a replacement is never 100%. You should look
at the system carefully to make sure that you fully understand
everything that is going on before and after the switch.
Then you should look closely at the postfix documentation and
make sure that you've got everything configured the way you want,
because the way sendmail does most things is very, very different
from the way postfix does them (at least, at the admin level).
Brad Knowles, <brad.knowles at skynet.be>
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