sendmail && dhcp
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Mon Mar 2 18:21:44 UTC 2015
Raimund Sacherer <rs at logitravel.com> writes:
> sorry to barge in so late, but I do not like to have sendmail or any
> daemon which can listen on 25 running on my systems when it is not
> necessary, therefore I use DMA.
> It doesn't run a deamon, rather when you send mail it stows them in a
> queue. Now the queue get's worked on, but when there is no internet
> connection it should queue the mail (never tried it without internet
> connectivity though).
> You can then fire up your link and use dma -q (see man page) to send the queued email ...
It's easy to get the impression that Dragonfly BSD has invented every
clever OS concept ever, but I don't remember any MTAs that *lacked* the
ability for this mode of operation.
Does anyone else remember one?
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