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Re: smail not starting on boot

> On Mon, Dec 15, 1997 
> > It responds, but I've manually started smail.  The problem is that the init.d file doesn't seem to be run automatically.

> But when it runs out of inetd, there is nothing for it to do on startup.
> There is nothing running all the time.

It's not that there's noting running that's bothering me.  It's that mail goes neither in nor out until i manually type 

  /etc/init.d/smail start

as root after each boot.  It used to process mail automatically, and i told smailconfig to use the default that it offered.


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