courier-maildrop vs maildrop
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I have a Debian/testing box, and I have a small issue with the maildrop
I installed the normail maildrop package, then I found out that I rather
should install courier-maildrop, because I use courier, so I removed
(not purged) the maildrop package and installed courier-maildrop.
Now courier-maildrop created a symlink to the /etc/maildroprc file
created by maildrop.
Later (~2 months afterwards), I decided to purge unused packages and
with them maildrop was removed _and_ the /etc/maildroprc file.
Now, because both packages can't live next to each other, wouldn't it be
better to copy the /etc/maildroprc file to /etc/courier, if that file
exists, rather to symlink to it? With a plain install courier-maildrop
seems to not create a maildroprc file ...
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