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Hi, All the help document say; edit yum repo , remove postfix and reinstall via yum. Without removing postfix. How can i give postfix mysql support? (centos 5.6 64bit)...
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    Postfix Mysql Support


    Hi,

    All the help document say; edit yum repo , remove postfix and reinstall via yum.

    Without removing postfix. How can i give postfix mysql support? (centos 5.6 64bit)

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    Was mysql support not already compiled into the postfix package provided by CentOS? Do you have mysql installed? See here for info on compiling postfix with mysql support.

    I have CentOS 5.x, but I don't use postfix so I have no idea.

    Are you talking about this help document? Did you follow the steps to get the postfix package from the CentOS Plus repo? I see postfix/mysql packages in there...e.g.:

    Index of /pub/CentOS/5.6/centosplus/i386/RPMS

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    Can you run the following command:

    rpm -aq | egrep -i 'mysql|postfix'

    We need to verify the versions you are running.

    Also run: rpm -qi mysql or rpm -qi postfix

    This statement will provide detailed information of what you are running.

    I think we need to identify that first.

    Yum is usually located under /etc/yum and the repos are located in the /etc/yum/repos.d

    Have you run any yum commands yet, but we will address it one thing at a time.

    T

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