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Re: (Fwd) Re: sendmail on cygwin

Ok.  Can I ask what all this is about?

If you want to port sendmail, that's great.  There is no reason that I
can see to include us in a back and forth communication with someone at who has taken the reasonable stance that if you want it,
you should just do the port yourself.

I doubt that provides much specific OS porting advice.

If you need help with something, then this is probably the right mailing
list.  It sounds like you're going to have to do some research first,
though.  Look into the way sendmail is currently configured and try to
adapt an existing configuration to cygwin.


On Thu, Nov 30, 2000 at 07:22:24AM +0100, Gerrit P. Haase wrote:
>------- Weitergeleitete Nachricht / Forwarded message -------
>Von:            	Gerrit P. Haase <>
>An:             	Gregory Neil Shapiro <>,
>Betreff:        	Re: sendmail on cygwin
>Antwort an:
>Datum:   	Sun, 26 Nov 2000 22:56:20 +0100
><26 Nov 2000, 11:12 Uhr wars, als Gregory Neil Shapiro folgendes schrub:>
>< Re: sendmail on cygwin >
>> gerrit.haase> O.k., but cygwin is not windows, cygwin got a fork! So when
>> gerrit.haase> it builds on unix, it should build on cygwin too.
>> If you want to port it, feel free.  Unfortunately, we don't really have the
>> resources to port it ourselves.
>O.K i'll try it.
>------- Ende der weitergeleiteten Nachricht / End of forwarded message -------
>use Filter::exec qw(tr n-za-mN-ZA-M a-zA-Z);
>@ = ("Whfg", "nabgure", "Crgre", "Unnfr,");
>sbernpu $1 ( @ ) { cevag ( "$1", " " ) ; };
>$_=1; cevag 'treevg.unnfr@g-bayvar.qr' vs$_;

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