Maildrop with MySQL look-up?
ljfong at sdf.lonestar.org
Thu Sep 4 03:20:38 UTC 2008
Found out how to do it:
# portinstall mail/maildrop -m "WITH_AUTHLIB=YES"
Choose MySQL as one of the possible authentication methods in the config
On Tue, Sep 02, 2008 at 04:48:33PM -0700, Hong wrote:
> How do I enable MySQL look-up when I install maildrop from the port system? I
> looked at the Makefile:
> # New ports collection makefile for: maildrop
> # Date created: 16 November 1998
> # Whom: Tom Hukins <tom at eborcom.com>
> # $FreeBSD: ports/mail/maildrop/Makefile,v 1.50 2008/08/21 06:17:37 rafan Exp $
> # The following compile-time options are available:
> # WITH_AUTHLIB=yes Enable optional support for Courier Auth Library
> # WITH_FAM=yes Enable optional support for File Alteration Monitor
> # WITH_GDBM=yes Enable database extensions using GDBM (default: off)
> # MAILDROP_SUID=<uid>,
> # MAILDROP_SGID=<gid> Maildrop will be installed with suid permissions for
> # MAILDROP_SUID, and sgid permissions for MAILDROP_SGID.
> # MAILDROP_TRUSTED_USERS=<user> Specify users allowed to use the -d option
> # NO_MAILWRAPPER=yes If defined, let configure guess which sendmail binary
> # to use
> There doesn't seem to be a way to enable mysql for the maildrop in the port system directly.
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