> > Template: postfix/kernel_version_warning > > Type: boolean > > -_Description: Kernel is too old to support postfix > > - Postfix uses features that are not found in kernels prior to 2.6. If you > > +_Description: Too old kernel. Install postfix anyway? > > + Postfix uses features that are not found in kernels prior to 2.6. If you > > proceeed with the installation, Postfix will not run. > > "Too X" can't be used attributively; better to make it something > like "this/the running/your kernel is too old". OK. That one is tricky because we have two ideas to give: - the kernel is too old - do we want to install anyway ...and we have to make it short (also because translators *will* have hard times and they have to make it short too..:-)) I propose: "Install postfix despite a too old kernel?" Not sure this is correct English but I count on you guys to correct it the Oxford|Cambridge way. > > + Local delivery only: > > + The only delivered mail is the mail for local users. > > (Whereas here "the" is correct, "the specific messages") > > > +_Description: System mail name: > > + The "mail name" is the domain name used to "qualify" mail addresses > > + without a domain name. > > . > > - This name will be used by other programs besides Postfix; it should be the > > - single, full domain name (FQDN) from which mail will appear to originate. > > + This name will also be used by other programs. It should be the > > + single, full domain name (FQDN). > > + . > > This no longer quite conveys the point that it's what mailname(3) > calls the _visible_ name of the system; "mydomain.org" rather than > "mylan.local". Hmmm, well, That's complicated to explain and I'm not sure such explanation pretains to a debconf template. > > Template: postfix/mynetworks > ... > > - To use the postfix default (which is based on connected networks), enter > > + To use the postfix default (which is based on the connected networks), enter > > an empty string. > > Does this mean "the default (which is determined from the networks which > are connected)"? How does that work? Well, it means that postfix default value for "mynetworks" uses all existing IP connections.
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