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Old 14th February 2011
unixjingleman unixjingleman is offline
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Default quick postfix question

Hi there
I gather that having postfix in a chroot environment and trying to implement SASL authentication at the same time can be a pain. So for a small site, that needs to offer relaying to a few authenticated clients, which do you feel is more worthwhile(chrooted postfix or SASL?). I'm just trying to see what the usual solution is for postfix on openbsd for a small site(i don't know whether to install postfix as a package of a port). I know that the postfix port results in a chrooted postfix.
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Old 28th March 2011
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What i meant was would you recommend postfix not in a chroot with SASL or postfix in a chroot with POP before SMTP?
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