My best friend and old friend call me to help him to reinstall his email server that hit with hard disk failure. Luck for him the OpenLDAP user profiles are residing in the another server.
More than one year, I 'dont work with FreeBSD. My first login since then
Last login: Sun Apr 27 18:55:40 2008 from 192.168.1.62
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I just need to compile postfix and dovecot or maybe dbmail. :)
make install clean