Re: install postfix+sasl+mysql by RPM ? [signed]

From: Matthias Schmidt [c] (no email)
Date: Tue Apr 24 2007 - 05:05:56 EDT

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    Am/On Tue, 24 Apr 2007 10:32:49 +0200 schrieb/wrote Patrick:

    >On Tue, 2007-04-24 at 07:58 +0700, Truong Tan Son wrote:
    >> Dear Sir,
    >> Can we install postfix+sasl+mysql by RPM for smtp-auth ?
    >> Please teache me.
    >The idea is to basically teach yourself. If you have any questions along
    >the way than you can off course ask them.

    he just wants us to answer the question. It is a polite way to ask in
    Japanese and probably in Korean as well. The usage of the word "teach"
    in this case sounds to Westerners mostly funny, because it doesn't
    really mean "teach" in this context ;-)

    >The answer to your question is: yes you can install postfix, sasl and
    >mysql rpms on for example a box running Fedora Core, CentOS or RHEL.
    >That's easy part. If you don't know how to do that than you probably
    >should first start to get yourself familiar with the Linux distribution
    >of your choice (buy a book, get trained). Once the rpms are installed
    >you will still need to configure postfix, mysql and sasl. I suggest you
    >read all the available information on those subjects at

    if a Mac OS 10 server is used these things are already preinstalled,
    just need to be configured.

    Thanks and all the best


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