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Old 6th March 2007, 07:21 PM
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Lightbulb fc6 : postfix with mysql backend

I have a computer with fedora6. Until 2 days ago everything was ok , I had 1 domain with web and mail.

For the mail system I followed the steps from http://www.howtoforge.com/installing..._fedora_core_6 and everything is ok.

Now I have 2 domains (and in 2 weeks a third one). I configured named and apache and works ok.

But for the 2nd domain I thought that I need to make a postfix with mysql backend.

I followed the steps from :


http://postfix.wiki.xs4all.nl/index....IMAP_and_MySQL (without reinstalling postfix)

Now in logs I havean error with "....dictionary: mysql" . This means that I need to recompile postfix with mysql support?

How can I do that? Maybe to preserve the work done from howtoforge .

Any suggestion is accepted. Thanks.
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