[Solved] Re: Problem with the version 4.46.2

Sam Przyswa samp at arial-concept.com
Fri Feb 22 15:01:45 GMT 2008

Le vendredi 22 février 2008 à 09:58 +1100, James Gray a écrit :
> On 22/02/2008, at 8:35 AM, Julian Field wrote:
> > Anthony Cartmell wrote:
> >>> Unfortunately the Debian maintainers have the view that  
> >>> MailScanner is
> >>> "unstable" as I produce releases too frequently for them.
> >>
> >> That reminds me of a long discussion we had, a few months ago,  
> >> about frequently-released operating systems and whether their  
> >> release schedule made them "unstable"...
> >>
> >> FWIW (not much) I love MailScanner's release schedule :)
> > Thank you :-)
> >
> > Would you really prefer to have to wait a year before feature  
> > requests were implemented, just to keep some "distorted" Debian  
> > admins  happy?
> I don't have any "pure" Debian systems running but I have a number of  
> Ubuntu server installs I can play with.  Most are running Ubuntu  
> 6.06LTS (aka. "Dapper").  I'd be willing to investigate the whole  
> packaging so that it plays nice with Debian/Ubuntu's little quirks.
> Just a few questions:
> - Did you want to bundle SpamAssassin and ClamAV too?
> - Do we need to use your Perl modules or can we use the distribution  
> ones?
> - I was thinking maybe making separate packages for all of this (MS,  
> SA, Clam and Perl mods), then putting it all up in a single repo -  
> what do other people think?
> No time frames/promises...I've got to sit down and figure out the best  
> way to achieve this without borking the base packages etc.  This is  
> just something that's bugged me for ages and after reading this  
> thread, it's piqued my interest (again!).

I set the myhostame variable in /etc/postfix/main.cf and
set /etc/mailname and then it's work.

It was my fault by misconfiguration, sorry, sorry, and thanks for your
help, I hope my poor experience will be useful for other user like me.



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