Re: starting sendmail at boottime on SuSE 9.3
Date: Thu, 11 Aug 2005 14:54:01 -0000
Peter Honka wrote:
> The important question for me is still: How do I get sendmail
> starting at boottime?
If you have added it with Yast, it should start up. Changing it does not
start it. Otherwise look at what I wrote about /etc/init.d/...
The easiest would, I think, still be to use postfix, unless you have a
very specific setup. Just sending mail with postfix works just fine. The
only disadvatage is that you will not be able to brag about the fact
that you can handle the sendmail config files. :-)
> Who's there?
> Under the Patriot Act, we don't have to tell you that.
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