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Old 30th September 2008, 09:09
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Default PPTP causes Postfix reload

Hi folks,
lately I set up a ubuntu hardy 8.04 server with postfix, clamav, spamassassing with the help of this tutorial (http://www.howtoforge.com/virtual-us...ail-ubuntu8.04) what I found very useful. As a perfect newbi, i could setup a complete mail server in no time. Thank you Falko.
Now it comes my question:
on the same server i also configured a PPTP VPN but every time someone connects to that VPN I get this message in the syslog:

linux postfix/master[5219]: reload configuration /etc/postfix

and on the servers screen I can read: reloading postfix configuration .... done.

I think that there is something conflicting between those programs but i cannot find out where i should look.

Any help is very welcome
Franco
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