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Old 01-11-2004, 08:25 PM   #1
frankd99
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Postfix Update Question


Hi All,

I just completed a fresh install of Red Hat 9 and would like to upgrade the installed version of Postfix and make it the default MTA. Do I need to remove Sendmail before I do the upgrade? I planned on using the rpm -Uvh switch and then after it completed use the MTA switcher to make Postfix the default agent. Does this sound like a reasonable plan?

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Frank
 
  


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