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Date: Mon, 5 Aug 2013 14:58:40 +0400
Subject: Re: OWL and postfix distro.

On 05-Aug-2013 14:47:44 +0400, misha shiposh wrote:

 > Good day guys, but i am tormented by one question, why in
 > Owl-current 2013/04/08 for 32-bit x86 we have old postfix
 > distro ? I mean postfix-2.4.15-owl2 Maybe the new versions
 > of postfix are unsecure? Maybe i should stay on old version
 > postfix-2.4.15-owl2?

The postfix-2.4.15-owl2 was checked and patched by our team members
and is supposed to be a little more secure. Newer version weren't

 > What's the difference between postfix-2.4.15-owl1 and
 > postfix-2.4.15-owl2 ?

Try looking at the changelog... :-)

 > For info, Already have
 > Postfix 2.10 stable release.

You are welcome to try it. However, you may also prefer not to use
it for the user-accessible /usr/sbin/sendmail, but install something
like msmtp instead:
(size: 308876 bytes, SHA1: 9e4ea961289da7b8d3ceffea050fb93997fd4f97)

Alexey V. Vissarionov aka Gremlin from Kremlin <gremlin ПРИ gremlin ТЧК ru>
GPG key ID: 0xEF3B1FA8, keyserver: hkp://
GPG key fingerprint: 8832 FE9F A791 F796 8AC9 6E4E 909D AC45 EF3B 1FA8

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