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Old 07-06-2006, 01:36 PM   #1
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sql auxprop plugin using mysql engine


I've had virtual mail relaying/mailboxes working a good year or so now, and seeing as I have nothing better to do, I'm just working on refining the nitty-gritty.

It's not so much a problem as an annoyance: every time mail is sent, "sql auxprop plugin using mysql engine" appears in logs. Grep is fine with these lines, but when I have to manually go through from time to time it's like a forest of all these darn lines all looking the same.

The obvious question is, I know mail's working fine, so is there any way of turning this info off now?


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