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Re: postfix-2.1

On Fri, 23 Apr 2004, Johannes Erdfelt wrote:

> On Fri, Apr 23, 2004, Tom Diehl <tdiehl rogueind com> wrote:
> > On Fri, 23 Apr 2004, Chuck Mead wrote:
> > 
> > > Florin Andrei wrote:
> > > | Is i too late to include Postfix-2.1 in FC2?
> > > | That "inspect mail before it is queued" thing looks really nice. ;-)
> > > |
> > > 
> > > Is anyone working on an rpm for this that includes TLS? Though I suppose
> > > we could always wait for Simon Mudd to finish his.
> > 
> > Simon is working on it although it would appear he is having some problems
> > getting the srpm into a state where it will build on all of the supported
> > platforms. Currently I cannot get it to build on RHEL3 and I know of st least
> > 2 other people having the same problem. 1 is on whitebox and the other I do
> > not know what platform/distro he is using. I really feel this is just a
> > variable not getting set properly as Simon has indicated it builds on
> > whitebox for him. I expect to see an announcment/request for testing from
> > him soon. 
> I grabbed his latest 2.1-RC4 RPM packages and adapted it to FC1 and the
> release 2.1pl0.
> The big problem getting it to compile was with embedded %doc and
> %install strings that silently caused rpmbuild to fail with a strange
> error message. Deleting the % sign from the comments fixed the problem.

Cool!! I will give it a try. I have not had the time to T/S this at all.
If it works I will let Simon know.

> It appears that there are some patches included that are only
> appropriate for 2.0 and not 2.1. Atleast they give a ton of patching
> errors if you try to use them. The TLS patches are one of them.


> I finally did get a package built and I'm playing around with it now,
> but the lack of TLS is a problem for me right now. I was going to spend
> some more time this weekend figuring out what needs to be done to get
> Postfix 2.1 with TLS support. (I haven't been keeping up)

There was some discussion on the postfix list about this but no solution
yet. I am sure it will come shortly though.



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