[nSLUG] PHP - Sendmail - Postfix

Miles Thompson miles at allnovascotia.com
Mon May 7 07:38:12 ADT 2007


Thank you, Ian.
Miles

At 03:10 PM 5/6/2007, you wrote:

>On Sun, May 06, 2007 at 02:53:12PM -0300, Miles Thompson wrote:
> > Over on the php-general list someone suggested that sendmail had to be
> > running when PHP was compiled. That does not make sense.
>
>Postfix supplies a sendmail wraper that's a drop-in replacement for
>the sendmail binary that's part of... er... Sendmail. Don't confuse
>the two, Sendmail is the entire package, sendmail is just an
>interface.
>
>The sendmail binary/wrapper/whatever has to be present when PHP is
>compiled.
>
>If you've got the wrong timeline in your email (ie you uninstalled
>exim, built php, installed postfix), try recompiling PHP. Make sure
>you clear the configure cache and re-run it.
>
>You might as well do that anyway, keep an eye out for errors during
>sendmail detection.
>
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