Is debian's cyrdeliver really lmtp?
wcooley at nakedape.cc
Tue Jan 6 20:18:31 EST 2004
On Tue, 2004-01-06 at 03:47, Jim Archer wrote:
> Hi All...
> When I invoke cyrdeliver (which I believe is just the deliver program
> renamed by the debian package) I see this happen in my cyrus mail.log file:
> Jan 6 06:42:32 test2 cyrus/master: about to exec
> Jan 6 06:42:32 test2 cyrus/lmptunix: executed
> Jan 6 06:42:32 test2 cyrus/lmtpd: accepted connection
> Jan 6 06:42:32 test2 cyrus/lmtpd: lmtp connection preauth'd as
> I have been told that it is better to use lmtp then deliver because lmtp
> will handle multiple recipients at the same time and also because it
> returns better error messages to Exim4. But what is the difference between
> deliver invoking lmtp and Exim4 invoking it? Is it because Exim4 can only
> hand deliver one addressee at a time?
'cyrdeliver' (which is assume to be 'deliver' renamed) is a front-end to
LMTP-delivery; basically, it's a pipeline you can use if your MTA
doesn't support LMTP (or you want to inject messages into Cyrus using
something other than your MTA).
Wil Cooley wcooley at nakedape.cc
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