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Obsolete: bugnumber 2395


Some time ago I found the bug report 2395[1]:

        By default OpenBSD 3.0 ships with Sendmail as default MTA.
        Every 30 minutes cron flushes mail queue. When installing
        Postfix from ports collection, /usr/local/sbin/postfix-enable
        executed, /etc/mailer.conf is modified to replace system's
        default MTA. Cron then fails to execute /usr/sbin/sendmail,
        which does not recognize the "-L" flag. It seems it really
        executes /usr/local/sbin/sendmail instead (which is Postfix
        replacement), sionce in relies on mailwrapper.
        Failure makes cron send an error report to root:

Is it prefered to close obsolete bugs? If it is, I think this one
could be closed, because postfix added the -L flag for compatibility
reasons long time ago.



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