Edwin L. Culp
eculp at encontacto.net
Sat May 28 05:25:50 PDT 2005
Quoting Milan Obuch <ports at dino.sk>:
> On Wednesday 25 May 2005 06:04, Milan Obuch wrote:
>> On Tuesday 24 May 2005 20:46, dick hoogendijk wrote:
>> > Any ideas how long it'll take until a new courier package will come out?
>> > I'm running courier mailer on 4.11-stable, but cannot install it on my
>> > 5.4-release because it's broken. That's not nice. I don't want to learn
>> > another mailer. So, will it be much longer? any info on this?
>> Try attached unofficial 0.50.0 port. It compiles for me :) I did not
>> evaluate functionality however. I am using in production 0.49.0 version
>> without issue (attached too). I would like to see courier port updated too
>> - please test them and share your experiences.
Milan and Yarema,
I still had two machines that needed upgrading to 50.0 from the old
FreeBSD courier-ldap-0.45.4 port and decided to try it even though I've
grown acustomed to having to complile my own. I decided to try it on
one of them. It is up and running perfectly, only about 1/2 hour, but
seems solid and stable. BTW the really AWESOME part is I didn't have
to make any configuration changes, except to authldaprc and
authdaemonrc and the respective changes in rc.conf for
courier_authdaemond_enable that are now seperate and in
/usr/local/etc/authlib and /usr/local/etc/rc.d/courier-authdaemond.sh
but that is a no-brainer. Gonna do the other one tomorrow, if I find
As you may remember, I have fam running on all my manually compiled
courier .49 and .50 installations. Is it going to be used on FreeBSD?
Is it beneficial?
As a courier user, I can no see no reason to not commit the port as is.
Thanks for all the work you guys have put into this. I think I like
the seperate ports approach that you are taking rather than the
megaport. Easier to upgrade the pieces.
Have a great weekend,
> Argh, no attachments here :(
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