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> you could always just not install postfix, since installing
> an entire mail server isn't at all necessary to simply send
> email. i would recommend null client specific software, such
> as msmtp, instead. among other things, it would likely
> introduce far fewer packaging considerations.
I thought of that. It's just that we have been using postfix in so many different places for years and have it on almost all of our Linux servers. This is the first time I've tried to install postfix and it demanded the MySQL libraries. I was thinking there might be some simple way to disable the need for MySQL. But if not, we can look at another solution.
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