FreeBSD port / mta.in script
Jan-Peter.Koopmann at seceidos.de
Thu Mar 9 15:54:29 GMT 2006
On Thursday, March 09, 2006 4:39 PM Mike Jakubik wrote:
> Postfix starts up everything that is needed. It doesn't have separate
> commands that you need to start for queues to work, thats just silly.
> With postfix, we specify a rule to put all incoming mail in the hold
> queue, which mailscanner scans and then transfers to postfix incoming
> queue, where postfix picks it up and sends it on its way.
Which explains why you (Postfix) do not need the mta.sh script and others
(Exim, sendmail) may find it useful since it will start the necessary
instances for them. :-)
That should answer the original question.
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